As an industry leader in auto glass replacement, Nexus provides the highest quality windshield replacement services for our customers. We help millions of car owners every year with windshield replacement, assisting drivers of most make and models find a new windshield at an affordable price.
When you turn to us for your windshield replacement, We take pride in our ability to provide quick and painless window and windshield replacement services that leave you safe on the road. At Nexus, we use an extensive process that ensures no step is missed as we replace your windshield.
Very few years back, cracks and chips in your windshield could not be repaired and needed to be replaced. However, now-a-days technology makes auto windshield repair easier and more efficient that ever depending on the location, size and severity of the windshield crack or chip. Moreover it's quite likely that your insurance will cover full replacement of your windshield if it is beyond repair.
Rear Glass breakage is different from windshield breakage. Whereas, the glass on your windshield remains mostly intact when it is impacted due to the laminate between the glass layers, The rearglass (in most applications) is made of tempered glass Our Rear Windshield Replacement is backed by a Lifetime Warranty against water leaks and air leaks for as long as you own vehicle.
You can always expect superior rear windshield installation from our trained technicians. Our technicians will access the damage to your auto's rear windshield prior to replacing it. Once accessed the auto glass technician will remove any debris prior to installing your new rear windshield.
We understand how hard it can be to find side window and door glass repair services. Don’t drive around town with plastic taped over your window.
We can fix it! Getting your auto glass fixed doesn’t have to be stressful, time consuming, or inconvenient. Xtreme Autoglass Pros provide the car door glass repair or replacement you need. We come to any convenient location within our service area so you don’t have to waste time at an auto glass shop.
A windshield wiper or windscreen wiper is a device used to remove rain, snow, ice and debris from a vehicle's front window. A wiper generally consists of a metal arm; one end pivots, the other end has a long rubber blade attached to it. The arm is powered by a motor, often an electric motor, although pneumatic power is also used for some vehicles. The blade is swung back and forth over the glass, pushing water, other precipitation, or any other impediments to visibility, from its surface.
Power windows or electric windows are automobile windows which can be raised and lowered by pressing a button or switch, as opposed to using a crank handle. Power windows are usually inoperable when the car is not running. This is primarily a security feature.
It would be a simple thing to allow electric power windows to be operable when the ignition is turned off, however it would also make the car much easier to steal. Some systems offer the compromise of leaving power applied to the windows until a passenger door is opened at which time the window power is removed.
Windshields with small cracks or chips can usually be repaired if they are small enough, helping you avoid replacing the sensor parts. If your windshield has a crack that is larger than a currency bill, then it really should be replaced, along with any technology systems attached to the windshield. If installed poorly, the illumination detection may turn the lights on when not needed, thereby draining the battery, or not turning on when it is needed. Sensor failure results in the headlights illuminating during broad daylight when not needing to be on, or the ambient light sensor could have worn out.
A few easy ways to tell if you have a rain sensor system installed in your vehicle. Rain sensors and light sensors usually appear very similar.
Do the wipers start automatically when it’s raining? Is there a square panel mounted on the windshield near the rearview mirror? If you’re looking inside the cabin of your car from the outside, the sensor would be located behind the rearview mirror and you can tell it’s the sensor because a strip of lens or film will appear facing the outside.
Some cars may have one or the other, or both. The rain sensor is also typically adjacent to the light sensor. This system turns the windshield wipers automatically by detecting rain on the windshield.