Quality Glass has developed expertise in auto glass replacement since 1963. Over the years of quality and service, our dedicated and caring staff of professionals has provide customers with the finest auto glass service available anywhere. You will find our employees to be knowledgeable, courteous, and helpful.



Windshield repair is the process of filling stone chips and small cracks with resin to permanently repair and prevent further damage. This service is available from Quality Glass at all of our locations. However, not all chips and cracks are properly repaired with this process. Consult with a local Quality Glass professional today.


Many people are not aware of how critical it is to properly install auto glass. The windshield of an automobile provides up to 60% of the strength to support the roof in a roll-over crash. It also provides a backboard for the passenger side airbag in a front end impact. Both of these functions are extremely important to the safety of you and your passengers. A windshield that is replaced improperly can pop loose or eject in a collision which can result in death, dismemberment, or permanent disability to the occupants of the vehicle. Quality Glass understands the seriousness of this problem. We use only Essex urethanes and primers for all automotive glass installations. Essex is the only urethane used by Ford, GM, Chrysler and almost all other automobile manufacturers for the installation of OEM glass. In rigorous crash tests conducted by Ford in 1997 Essex was the only urethane which passed. All Quality Glass installers are given:

  • Extensive, on-going, internal training by experienced trainers
  • Professional external training by a nationally known training company
  • Training by Michiana Airbag Service in proper handling of airbags while installing auto glass
  • Training by Essex in the use of their urethanes
  • Certification by the National Glass Association. (NGA -

Don't compromise the safety of your family by allowing anyone other than Quality Glass to replace your automotive glass.