If you are reading this, then you are likely looking for a new and promising career opportunity. There is a growing need for auto glass technicians and with new technologies emerging in the auto glass industry, the skill set required for this position continues to grow.
If you are reading this, then you might be asking yourself this question “Is tinting my windows right for me? What are the benefits?”
Most people don’t consider how large of an impact that weather can have on their windshield. The reality is that either too hot or cold temperature can cause the glass to expand and retract, which can cause cracking to occur in your windshield.
Although it is required for all drivers to have some type of auto insurance on their vehicle, many states only require people to have the minimum coverage. In California you can get minimum liability insurance that will cover incidences where you are at fault.
As a professional glass company, we do want to let our customers know that when it comes to a chip repair, if you want the best results, it is best to take it to the experts. However, we understand that for some people, the low price point of a DIY chip repair kit can be appealing.
Apex Auto Glass and Tinting does way more than just windshield replacement. Additionally, we offer a full glass replacement service (including sunroof), automotive window tinting, residential and commercial window tinting.
When it comes time to replace your windshield, in most cases you will have the choice of either OEM or aftermarket glass. OEM stands for original equipment manufacturers, and it is an identical windshield to the one that came with your vehicle.
In another blog we talked about the differences between the two types of automotive class, laminated and tempered. But here at Apex Auto Glass and Tinting we service customers that need another type of glass installation.
Depending on your business and industry, it might be a good option for you to get window tinting for your business. Unless your business is operated out of something like a warehouse, then your brick-and-mortar business could likely benefit from window tint.
ADAS stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and the 1st thing you need to know about it is that it provides new vehicles with all the latest technologies that help to assist drivers while on the road. Cars that use these systems have a camera in their windshield that needs to be calibrated after each windshield replacement.