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Lifetime warranty on windshield leakage, wind noise, stone chip repairs and thermal glass seals.
Lifetime Warranty on Window Film Installation
Our warranty applies to auto glass as well as residential and commercial windows.
Windshield Repair & Replacement
Do I need a windshield repair or replacement?
If your windshield is chipped, we always try to repair it instead of replacing the entire windshield. Repairs are faster, cheaper, and more environmentally conscious.
A cracked windshield is a different issue. In that case, All-Brite recommends a replacement. And we can even come to you to do the job.
Replace your windshield if:
- There is a chip larger than a Toonie or it obscures the driver’s vision
- A crack extends more than 1” into the critical vision area
- Any damage obstructing the driver’s line of sight
There are additional reasons we might recommend replacing your windshield. We can offer the right advice once we’ve done an inspection.
All-Brite’s skilled windshield experts are always ready to complete a hassle-free windshield replacement for any make or model of vehicle, all with our red carpet service. We only use high-quality OEEM (Original Equivalent Equipment Manufacture) and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) glass and adhesives, so you can trust the product and workmanship. The entire process takes approximately 60-90 minutes and you’re safe to drive away 15 minutes after the job is done.
We now offer recalibration for many vehicle types, using our state-of-the-art Opti-Aim Recalibration System.
Guarantees – ask about our “industry-leading” glass protection on most windshields.
Windshield Chip Repair
OUR WINDSHIELD REPAIR EXPERTS USE TOP-QUALITY WINDSHIELD REPAIR EQUIPMENT AND ARE TRAINED TO FIX EVERY TYPE OF CHIP.
A chip repair is far less expensive and time-consuming than a full windshield replacement. All-Brite can repair your chipped windshield in 15-20 minutes, with NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. In most cases, the process is covered by insurance. You can drive away immediately, knowing our workmanship is guaranteed for the life of your vehicle. But on the rare occasion a repaired chip does spread, we provide a credit towards a new windshield.
Auto Window Tinting
The ULTIMATE PROTECTION from harmful ultra-violet rays for your car, home
Why install window film?
1) Decrease heat
2) Reduce fading
3) Diminish health risks
4) Cut hazardous glare
5) Increase safety and security
6) Enhance appearance
7) It’s fast & easy
Experience the Power of Madico Film
At Allbrite Glass & Tint, we proudly offer Madico film solutions that transform your windows into a shield of protection, style, and comfort. Whether you’re seeking the ultimate UV protection, enhanced privacy, or improved energy efficiency, Madico film has you covered.
Benefits of Madico Film:
- UV Protection: Block harmful UV rays to safeguard your health and preserve the interior of your vehicle or home.
- Privacy: Enjoy enhanced privacy without sacrificing natural light.
- Energy Efficiency: Reduce energy costs by maintaining consistent indoor temperatures.
- Glare Reduction: Eliminate annoying glare from the sun or headlights.
- Safety: Reinforce your windows for added security.
Upgrade your windows with Madico film and experience the difference. Contact us today for expert installation and a window transformation you’ll love.
Auto Glass Technology Is Rapidly Changing.
Advanced Driver(s) Assistance Systems (ADAS) in vehicles are increasingly popular. These systems rely upon cameras, lasers, and radar, often with the camera mounting to the windshield. Any time a new windshield is installed, the camera must be calibrated to ensure proper functionality and to restore the camera to OEM specifications.
By 2020, more than 44% of new auto glass production will include ADAS features.
49% of cars will require calibration by 2025.
Other Windows – Tempered Glass
We give our clients peace of mind when replacing damaged side and rear windows. If your side or rear windows are damaged from a car accident, break-in, or just cracking with age, it’s the perfect time to visit us.
All-Brite Glass handles thousands of side and rear window replacements every year. Our experience has taught us the importance of broken glass clean-up and providing the attention to detail required to make your vehicle safe and comfortable. We have a huge glass inventory and promise to get our clients back on the road quickly and safely.
We also service power lift gates, truck power sliders, sunroofs, and automatic door glass, in addition to providing 24/7/365 patch-up service for glass not in stock.
RV, Buses & Heavy Equipment
Recreational Vehicle, Motorhomes, Coaches:
All-Brite is the top choice of many RV dealers and clients. We are highly trained, well-versed, and well-equipped to provide windshield replacement on your home away from home on wheels.
We are flexible. Whether it’s at your RV dealer or in the comfort of our shop and on-sight storage facility (up to 45ft motor coaches), we can meet your needs.
Windows fogging up? You might have a failed sealed unit. Give us a call to discuss some options. There are some great cost-saving options available.
We can meet all of your glass and windshield needs for school buses, mass transit buses or trains, trams, or subways. All-Brite provides glass systems that enhance safety and create comfort for various modes of public transportation.
Four Signs You Should Replace Your Wiper Blades
Drivers use their vehicles for basic daily needs, like commuting to work or dropping kids off at school. They may not spend much time thinking about maintenance, aside from oil changes and tire rotations. Automotive upkeep is one of the last items of concern. Part of the problem is a lack of awareness that every part of a vehicle is depreciable and eventually needs to be maintained or replaced.
For those who turn the key and go without worrying about maintenance needs, the time between wiper blade changes could be a few months to a year too long. It’s only when the blades can no longer properly clean the windshield that vehicle owners decide they need new ones. If you see any of the four signs listed below, then it’s time to replace your vehicle’s wiper blades. TRICO also has a guide to help you decide which blades are best for you.
Leaving Streaks on Your Windshield
Bent or damaged blades become less effective at clearing your windshield of rain, snow, sleet, and other road elements. Under grueling pressure, blades eventually leave streaks because the rubber is no longer snug against the windshield.
In many cases, wear or blade damage is the cause of these streaks. Wipers are rendered ineffective when the rubber element is tattered, or the blade is bent. For drivers who live in a sunny, dry climate, long periods of UV exposure can also dry out the rubber elements in your wiper blades, causing a breakdown. Dried-out blades have a very difficult time gliding smoothly and snugly across the windshield.
Chatter Caused by Extreme Temperatures
Extreme heat or low temperatures can cause chatter, which refers to the blades’ inability to smoothly pivot back and forth. Permanent set, caused by exposure to extreme heat, occurs when the rubber element is fixed in one position. Conversely, frigid temperatures can stiffen the element, causing cold set and limiting wiping abilities. Chatter can be addressed using premium beam wiper blades, offering longer-lasting rubber and better performance in any weather condition.
Squeaking Noises During Operation
Unpleasant, high-pitched noises can be a sign your blades aren’t working properly. If you hear squeaks every time you turn on your wipers, it could indicate a number of issues, including:
• Debris or grime build-up, a problem you can fix yourself with window cleaner
• A dry windshield caused by a lack of washer fluid, which is a good reason to keep up with your washer fluid refills
• Worn or damaged rubber elements causing wiper structure to touch, and potentially damage, windshield glass
Aging and Advanced Wear
Wiper blades spend their service life addressing rain, snow, sleet, road debris, bugs, and bird droppings. These harsh elements inevitably lead to wear and aging, making replacement a priority. A general rule is to change wiper blades every six months, though extreme conditions could necessitate a shorter time before wipers need to be replaced.
When your safety is involved, rely on Aquapel.
- Remarkably improves visibility in the rain
- Makes rain bead up and roll right off
- Makes it easier to remove ice, snow bugs, and dirt
- Last for months, up to six times longer than other leading glass treatments
All-Brite Glass & Tint Spray foam glass with non-ammonia cleans all surfaces from tabletops, glass, ceramic, wood, chrome, and all window tint film surfaces and mirror walls. This is a world-class product better than any other, GUARANTEED! TRY IT FOR YOURSELF
Am I covered for windshield insurance claims?
Good news! Generally, your policy covers chips and cracks in your windshield. If your auto insurance policy includes comprehensive coverage, it should be airtight. Comprehensive insurance covers damage to your vehicle that isn’t caused by a collision and includes coverage for falling or flying objects, especially stones.
If your vehicle’s insurance policy does not include comprehensive coverage, then windshield damage may be up to your insurer. Our experience is that most insurers in Canada will honour this kind of claim in good faith, as long as it doesn’t happen often.
Windshield replacements may only cost between $160-$300 for older cars, but replacing one on a newer car could set you back as much as $3,500. Incorporating all of the technical calibrations for sensors and safety cameras can be expensive, both for replacement parts and for the labour required. In general, exotic cars come with higher repair costs.
What should I do if my windshield is chipped?
If your car’s windshield is chipped, you should get it repaired as quickly as possible. It’s typically much cheaper to fix a windshield than to replace one, even if you don’t have the coverage on your policy.
Repairing a chip is a fraction of the cost of replacing the whole windshield. Glass repair technology is surprisingly effective, and the repair facilities can often fix large or strangely shaped chips. Even small cracks can be repaired, but if it becomes bigger than a quarter, your windshield will likely get worse. This as a general guideline rather than a hard and fast rule, though!