Despite their mechanical nature, cars are sensitive and must be groomed, protected, and lulled to sleep by the sound of a mechanic ripping up a Haynes manual. Show your car you care with today’s Groupon to SuperGlass Windshield Repair. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get one headlight restoration (a $50 value).
- For $35, you get two headlight restorations (a $100 value).
- For $25, you get up to four windshield chips repaired (an $80 value).<p>
The trained technicians at SuperGlass Windshield Repair mend chipped windshields and foggy headlights to keep cars and passengers safe and road-ready. Technicians remove opaque and yellowed acrylic headlight lenses, broken down after years of contact with UV rays, cleaning solvents, and hood ornaments shaped like interrogators, restoring them to factory luster with a cleaning and a UV-resistant coating that keeps headlights clear for at least two years. Armed with knowledge gained during a two-week training program, techs can also doctor chipped windshields. During each repair, technicians target individual problem areas rather than replacing the entire windshield, which is faster and safer than swapping in new glass or a pair of giant novelty sunglasses. Depending on the severity of the damage, each headlight and windshield repair can take one–two hours.
SuperGlass Windshield & Headlamp Repair
Over the past 20 years, SuperGlass Windshield Repair locations have cropped up across the United States like water drops on a windshield. This ubiquity, combined with their mobile automotive services that bring glass and headlight repair straight to homes and offices, helped earn the company a ranking of #170 on Entrepreneur magazine’s 2014 list of Top 500 Franchises. SuperGlass's signature windshield-repair system combines precise pressure increments, vacuum pressure, and a special SuperGlass resin to restore transparency and strength to glass. Clients can also solicit a skilled technician for an acrylic restoration that rehabs headlights yellowed by UV exposure or failed attempts to jump a swimming pool full of mustard.
4444 NW 34th Terrace
Gainesville, Florida 32605