It’s pretty easy to tell when it’s time to replace a window or windshield in your vehicle...but how can you tell when it’s time to replace the windows in your home? You may be giving your house a fresh spring makeover, or maybe your windows are damaged in some way. Regardless of the reason, Discount Auto Glass is here to help you with your residential glass needs.
It’s almost that time of year...
Springtime signals the warmer weather we’ve all been waiting for, but with that comes something else we’re all too familiar with in the south — the potential for severe storms.
High winds, hail and lightning all pose unique risks to your vehicle, and it’s important to know how you can prevent unneces ... Full story
In 1999, two young entrepreneurs saw a need for affordable yet quality auto glass repair in Little Rock, Ark. These two men founded Discount Auto Glass to meet that need. Twenty years later, Discount Auto Glass has grown into a company which stretches the state of Arkansas and border cities with quality products, quality service and quality prices.
The company was fou ... Full story
Four Tips to Make Sure You’re Ready for Winter DrivingAlthough we don’t get too much winter weather in Arkansas, you never know when the cold weather is going to hit or the roads might get a little icy. It is always important to prepare for emergencies when driving -- that’s why you check your blind spots before you change lanes.
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The dead of winter is arguably the least fun time of year. What’s less fun is being stuck with frost, icy precipitation and the need for an extra 10 to 15 minutes in the morning to prep for your drive to work. Whether it’s waiting for your car to warm up, or cranking up the defrost button to melt that ice on the windshield, it’s going to take a bit longer before you& ... Full story
Colder days are upon us and there are many concerns we face when it comes to keeping our vehicle in good condition. One concern with newer vehicles is maintaining clean sensors. Modern cars have a variety of advanced safety systems in place, such as automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning. If these sensors can’t see because of winter elements, they can perform ... Full story