1. Why You Should Leave the Windshield Repairs to the Experts

    Hello, and welcome back! When you have a crack in your windshield, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, it is imperative that you have the crack filled in as soon as possible. Having a crack repaired while it is still small can help prevent the crack from spidering out across the length of the windshield. A repair at the early onset of a crack will also help maintain the structural in…Read More

  2. 6 Top Fall Car Maintenance Tips

    Hello, and welcome back to the West Texas Windshield blog. Fall is finally arriving here in West Texas, which means a new set of demands may be placed on your car. While you probably spent a lot of the summer using your vehicle to take road trips, packing it full of camping gear for a weekend getaway, or driving your Toyota Pickup to rip around on the trails in Texas hill country, your car could m…Read More

  3. Tips for Keeping Your Interior Auto Glass Sparkling

    Keeping your car windows in tip-top shape has many advantages. The auto glass on the exterior of your car probably took a beating this summer with road trips, severe weather, and four-wheeling trips around Texas hill country, but what about the auto glass in your vehicle’s interior? If you’re like most people, the interior surfaces of windshield and windows are likely caked with fingerprints, …Read More

  4. 5 Ways to Prepare Your Car for Bad Weather—Part 2

    Hi there, and thank you for joining us! In part two of our blog series, we will explore more helpful ways to prepare your car for bad weather. As mentioned in part one, we at West Texas Windshields know that the weather here in San Angelo gets pretty intense around this time of the summer. With severe thunderstorms, the threat of tornados, and being right in the heart of the 2017 Atlantic hurrican…Read More

  5. 5 Ways to Prepare Your Car for Bad Weather—Part 1

    Hello, readers, and welcome back to our blog. Today, we will begin looking at some helpful ways to prepare your car for bad weather in the first installment of a short blog series. Here at West Texas Windshields in San Angelo, we know that the weather can change quickly from a hot, sunny day to stormy afternoon complete with wild downpours and tornado warnings. San Angelo experienced severe weathe…Read More

  6. 6 Tips for Keeping Your Windshield Clean

    Now that we’re in the throes of summer here in Odessa, that means hot temps, wind, blowing dust, and more bugs flying into your windshield. Even with the increase in daily rainstorms in July which offer a free car wash, the elements and yucky bug splatters can make it difficult to keep your windshield clean. At West Texas Windshields, we want to help you keep your windshield, side windows, and r…Read More

  7. Ways to Remove Decals from Auto Glass

    Whether you’re a super sports fan, a music lover, or you’re really into politics, you’ve probably stuck a decal or bumper sticker on your back windshield or on the side windows of your car or truck. Car windows are a great location for decals, rather than affixing them to the bumper or the body of your vehicle, but those stickers can leave a sticky residue on your windshield that attracts di…Read More

  8. Simple Tips for Prepping Your RV Windows

    With summer just around the corner, you’ll want to have your RV in tip-top shape for all your road tripping adventures. You’ve checked the tires and brakes, you’ve gotten an oil change, and your motor seems ready to roll, but what about the health of your windshield and side windows? No matter the size of your RV, your vehicle’s windows play an important part in enjoying the sights and sou…Read More

  9. 3 Signs You Need a Windshield Replacement

    We’ve all been there. You’re cruising down the highway enjoying your day, when all of sudden, you hear that familiar, ear-piercing ping, and realize a rock hit your windshield. The crack seems small enough at first, but as you continue driving, you notice the crack getting bigger as it splinters out. You can still see the road, so it doesn’t seem like a big deal...yet. You’re wondering if …Read More

  10. How Much is Your Time Worth?

    When you’re considering routine maintenance, whether that means a haircut, windshield repair, or just about anything in between, you likely have two main priorities: The commitment of your time and money. Today, we’ll combine the two to help you assess just how much your time itself is worth when it comes to these types of maintenance items. Optimizing Appointment Times Keeps Life Going If you…Read More