Best Mobile Rock Chip & Windshield Repair In Rancho Santa Margarita

Were you aware that in the past, having your stone damaged windshield repaired was not always an option? Before the invention of the repair process, you would have to have your windshield replaced, even for the smallest of rock chips. It was either drive across town to the glass shop’s location wait 4-6 hours for the windshield to be replaced and the adhesive to cure OR not do anything and hope the damage never got worse. Of course, if it did, then you would be back to option #1. Thanks to the modern repair process, your windshield can now be repaired, for less money and at your car’s location.

Rancho Santa Margarita Mobile Windshield Repair Remedy

Our windscreen repair service pros work through out all of the southern part of the county — essentially from JWA to the north end of marine base, obviously including Rancho Santa Margarita. We’ll have the ability to repair your laminated glass painlessly as well as rapidly all the while conserving your original windshield. Whether it’s fixing Small Chips or Long Cracks, give our professionals a call today to discover exactly how we could aid you.

Trained Rancho Santa Margarita Windshield Repair Technicians

black sports carJust recently, First Choice celebrated its 15th year in business. While that is obviously more important to us than you, it is important when you are deciding with which company to do business with. Heck, with the internet being the great consumer equalizer, one could do just a minor amount of digging and find that our domain was indeed bought years ago (2007). A companies time in business, coupled with what past customers say about them on the internet (the new word of mouth) are probably the most important parts of the decision making process a consumer goes thru. Naturally, price is important as well. A strong combination of the 3 almost always provides the best customer experience. Are we perfect? No. But we are pretty darn good.

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Auto Glass & Windshield Repair Benefits

  • Safely restores the structural strength of the windshield.
  • Windshield’s original factory urethane seal is preserved.
  • Blocks moisture entry into the glass’ plastic laminate layer.
  • Reduces the sun’s glare from the windshield’s damaged area.
  • Glass surfaces is smoothed out for best windshield wiper use.
  • Clarity of damaged area is almost completely restored.
  • A repair will save you up to 95% the cost of a new windshield.

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Common Questions And Answers

Q. Can a foot long crack in windshield be repaired?
A. A windshield crack that measures 14″ in length or shorter is repairable, while a rock chip is easy to repair if it’s an inch or less (size of a quarter). A crack on the windshield that penetrates only the top layer of glass is repairable. If you feel the damage on the inside layer of the windshield, a replacement is mandatory.

Q. Can you repair a windshield crack over 6 inches?
A. So the short answer is yes. Current windshield repair standards classify short cracks as less than 6 inches and long cracks as between 6 to 14 inches.

Q. What size rock chips can be repaired?
A. Rock chip damage around an inch or smaller can usually be repaired, while some bigger size chips may be repairable as well. Anything as well big or with significant fractures possibly isn’t repairable.

Q. Is it a chip or a crack?
A. A chip is a basic term that refers to little damage on a windscreen, whereas a crack refers to a distinctive line flowing across the windshield.

Q. What household items can you use to fix a cracked windshield?
A. None. Call a professional. Save yourself the time and aggravation and potentially the cost of a replacement. Say no to clear nail polish, superglue, toothpaste, vinegar etc.

Q. How fast does a windshield crack spread?
A. It varies. A windshield crack may stay the same for months or years. Or it can expand a couple of feet in just minutes. It goes when it goes.

Q. Why do windshields crack so easily now?
A. Easy is kind of subjective. A windshield cracking without impact is known as a stress crack. Reasons vary from extreme fluctuations in temperature to improper installation.

Q. Do cracks in windshield get bigger?
A. If you have chips or cracks and it gets hot outside, the glass will possibly expand which can trigger the damage to get worse. This may trigger replacing the glass.

Q. Why do windshields crack so easily?
A. Temparature and Pressure. Windshields are made of glass and plastic. They can only withstand so much pressure. Too much pressure applied in any one area of the windshield’s surface can be enough to cause cracks to form.

Q. Does insurance cover windshield crack?
A. It depends on which state your live in, your insurance company AND the type of coverage you carry. If you wish to know, best bet is to contact your insurance provider.

Q. What are the dangers of a cracked windshield?
A. A small rock chip doesn’t pose any immediate danger. If the small chip expand into a large crack, it can become a huge safety hazard. It can impair drivers vision or distract their attention while vehicle is moving. More seriously, a windshield with a large crack may not support the roof during a rollover accident.

Q. How much does it cost to replace a windshield?
A. Here in California, you might pay $250 to $400 to replace a windshield on older (not classic) vehicles. For newer cars and trucks equipped with ADAS (lane departure, forward collision systems, etc) the amount can baloon into 4 figures. Price differences also occur due to a vehicle’s make, model, or year.

Q. Should I claim windshield replacement insurance?
A. It depends. While glass damage is covered under comprehensive car insurance, you will be subject your deductible. This can range from zero to $1000. Cost of replacement and desire to file a claim are just 2 factors to consider.

Driving Directions From Rancho Santa Margarita To First Choice Windshield Repair

Our office is located at 26040 Acero, Mission Viejo, CA 92691

  1. Proceed on Ave De Las Flores towards Santa Margarita Pkwy
  2. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Santa Margarita Pkwy
  3. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Alicia Pkwy
  4. Turn right onto Jeronimo Rd
  5. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Acero
  6. Turn right
  7. Turn right

Destination will be on the left.

Rancho Santa Margarita City Tour

Rancho Santa Margarita is a city in Orange County, CA, US. Among Orange County’s youngest cities, Rancho Santa Margarita is a master-planned community. The populace was 47,853 at the 2010 census, up from 47,214 at the 2000 census. Although it is called for Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores, which remained in San Diego Area, the city restricts fall within the boundaries of Rancho Mission Viejo. At 20 letters long, it holds the title of lengthiest city name in the Golden State. The city seal has the brand names of Rancho Mission Viejo and also Rancho Santa Margarita and Las Flores on the boundary, with artwork including Santiago Peak behind-the-scenes. The tower in the foreground represents the Rancho Santa Margarita Lake Tower. Hughes Aircraft Business’s Microelectronic Systems Department transferred to Rancho Santa Margarita in May 1988 from Irvine. In August 1992, the Hughes plant shut its facilities and moved the department to Carlsbad due to spending plan restrictions in the aerospace industry. Rolling Hills Estates (where the First Choice Windshield Repair owner grew up) had the lengthiest city name in California with 19 letters up until January 1, 2000, when the title was ceded to Rancho Santa Margarita (20 letters) upon Rancho’s official incorporation. The City is a basic regulation city as well as runs under the council-manager form of federal government. Rancho Santa Margarita is an agreement city. Cops services are offered via contract with the Orange County Sheriff. Fire Defense solutions are offered via the Orange County Fire Authority. 

Is Rancho Santa Margarita a good place to live?

Rancho Santa Margarita is in Orange County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in here offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. The city’s public schools are highly rated.

What is Rancho Santa Margarita known for?

Rancho Santa Margarita was planned to be an urban village, offering the best of 2 worlds: all of the elements and advantages of a small city plus the quality of life of a small village. The newly formed city incorporated on January 1, 2000 and became the 33rd city in the County of Orange.

Is it expensive to live in Rancho Santa Margarita?

This metro area is ranked 10 out of 273 cities across the US in terms of cost of living. According to C2ER (the Council for Community and Economic Research), the cost of living in Rancho Santa Margarita is estimated to be 148.5% of the national average making it one of the more expensive cities in the US.

How safe is Rancho Santa Margarita?

Rancho Santa Margarita is recognized as the safest city in California of cities with populations between 20,000 to 100,000.

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