Read the Windshield Wonder Auto Glass FAQ for answers to any extra questions you may have about our services. Informed decisions are often the best ones, and we want you to have all the information you need.
How Long Will it Take to Repair My Windshield?
Answer: Usually between 15 to 30 minutes.
How Long Will it Take to Replace My Windshield?
Answer: Usually between 45 minutes to an hour.
How Long Will it Take for My Headlight Restoration?
Answer: Usually between 30 to 45 minutes.
With a Windshield Repair, How Soon Can I Wash and/or Drive My Car?
Answer: You can wash and drive your car right away.
With a Windshield Replacement, How Soon Can I Wash and/or Drive My Car?
Answer: You can wash your car after 48 hours and the safe drive away time is between 1/2 an hour to 4 hours, your technician will let you know and it will be on your work order as well.
With a Headlight Restoration, How Soon Can I Wash and/or Drive My Car?
Answer: You can drive right away. You will need to wait 48 hours before a car wash.
Do You Have a Shop or Do You Come to Our Home or Work?
Answer: We are a mobile service only, we come to your work or home in New Jersey.
Do You Offer a Warranty?
Answer: We offer a limited lifetime warranty on all our services!
Do You Offer Same-Day Service?
Answer: We try to offer same-day service when possible.
How Important is it to Repair Windshield Damage?
Answer: In a word — very. Most car owners consider changing the oil and taking care of routine maintenance as normal steps to keep their car up and running. However, most people neglect the windshield. It's important to take care of any windshield damage as soon as possible to avoid the affected area from spreading and in the end costing you a lot more money, time, and aggravation. Just because a cracked windshield doesn't change your car's ability to run, doesn't mean it shouldn't be treated the same as any troubles you may have under the hood.
How Clear Will My Chip or Pit be After Repair?
Answer: The damaged area will clear significantly after the repair. When cured, the polymer that is injected into the pit closely resembles the clarity of glass. It should be noted; the chip does not "disappear" but rather "hides." You will see something more like a shadow of where the pit was, with an expected clarity of 75% - 95% from the original damage. The main objective of having an area repaired is stopping it from spreading further and cracking the glass.
Why Should I Restore My Headlights? What Are The Benefits?
Answer: Safety - Increase the safety of your vehicle by increasing your headlight's beam projection so you can see better while driving at night.
Appearance - Improve the appearance of your vehicle with headlights that look like new. Savings - You will save money by restoring your headlights because new ones can cost anywhere from $150 to $1700 each. That figure doesn't even include the additional cost of having to have them installed correctly.