Recent Winter Storms in North Texas Causing Widespread Auto Glass Damage
The bitter cold is finally loosening its grip on North Texas residents as we see temperatures rising back into the 60s and 70s. After a week and a half of below-freezing weather, ice-glazed roads, and widespread power outages, we are just now starting to see the extent of damage caused by these cold February arctic storms.
Residents all over North Texas have dealt with losing power, heat, and the ability to keep their families warm for over a week, putting many families in a state of emergency. Homeowners and commercial businesses are experiencing frozen water pipes, busted pipes, and significant flooding with frigid water.
Winter Weather’s Impact on Car-Related Accidents and Damage
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Winter Storms and Auto Glass Repair
That’s the thing about windshield damage – people think they can put off minor repairs without any consequences. The next thing you know, the dime-sized chip you picked up months ago has turned into a 12-inch-long crack crossing your entire windshield. We’ve had over 50 calls in the past week alone for this sort of damage caused by the winter weather. That’s double the amount of calls we usually get.
Our Advice to Car Owners in North Texas
If you notice any minor chips, scratches, or knicks on your car’s glass, make sure to get it taken care of right away. Now that the weather is getting better, you can safely get your glass fixed before the damage gets any worse. And you don’t need to get on the road with your broken glass – call a reputable mobile auto glass service that can come to you to repair any damage.
Give us a call today if you have any auto glass damage that needs repair – we service the entire Dallas metro area, including Frisco, Plano, Allen, McKinney, Lewisville, Flower Mound, The Colony, Richardson, Addison, Little Elm, Denton, Carrollton, and North Dallas.
Recent North Texas Storms have wreaked havoc throughout neighborhoods all over the metroplex.