Auto Glass Repair & Windshield Replacement San Antonio


Top-notch Windshield Repair & Replacement Services in San Antonio, TX

Welcome to Omni Auto Glass, where we prioritize your needs and offer superior windshield repair and replacement services in San Antonio, Texas. Our dual approach gives you the flexibility of choosing between on-site and mobile windshield services—because we work around your schedule, not the other way around.

Why Choose Us for Your Windshield Needs?

Comfortable Waiting Room

We’re not just a business; we’re a family-owned operation committed to making your wait as comfortable as possible. To enhance your experience, our waiting room offers complimentary beverages and access to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube. Trust us—you’ll be so entertained, you’ll forget you’re waiting!

Flexible Scheduling Options

We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why, unlike mobile services which may have limited slots, our in-shop service allows for greater scheduling flexibility. Simply drop your car off and either wait in our luxurious lobby or go about your day—the choice is yours.

Competitive Pricing for Premium Service

We take pride in offering affordable solutions without compromising on quality. Whether you opt for mobile or in-shop service, rest assured you’re getting the best value for your money.

A glass technician replacing a windshield

High-Quality Replacement Windshields

We offer high-quality OEM replacement windshields. All of the auto glass used will be from the same depots that manufacture the OEM glass that is used by dealerships.

If you’re a car owner who values safety & reliability, then Original Equipment Manufacturer auto glass are your best choice!

Need your windshield replaced? Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment!

Understanding Common Types of Windshield Damage

Knowledge is power, and understanding the type of damage your windshield has sustained can be beneficial:

Bullseye: Named for their circular appearance resembling a bullseye target.

bullseye crack

Half Moon: These are semi-circular cracks usually caused by debris striking the glass at an angle.

half moon crack

Star: This pattern can appear like a child’s doodle of a star, or a spider with missing legs.

star crack

Combination: When multiple types of damages occur simultaneously.

combination crack

Omni Auto Glass' mobile auto glass repair & windshield replacement service

The Benefits of Choosing Our Mobile Services

The biggest benefit of a mobile windshield repair or replacement is that it helps you save time. You will be able to save hours of traveling to the garage and waiting for the auto glass repair or windshield replacement. Instead, your mobile repair & replacement team will come to you, no matter whether it is at work or home!

Not only does it save you time, but our mobile windshield repair & replacement also works around your schedule. That means you will not have to cancel your plans or stop what you are doing in order to get your car repaired.

If you are looking for cheap windshield replacement or repair, then a mobile service is often a cost-effective solution. You won’t be having to pay for the travel or a tow to the premises, while the cost of the repair or replacement is affordable, too! Need mobile windshield repair or replacement in San Antonio? Say goodbye to searching for “windshield replacement near me” or “windshield repair near me”, Omni Auto Glass is here to help you.

Contact Us Today for Trusted Auto Glass Services in San Antonio

Our San Antonio team is committed to delivering unparalleled auto glass services. Whether you have a minor chip or need a complete windshield replacement, we have got you covered. Schedule an appointment today to experience the Omni Auto Glass difference!

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Auto Glass Repair & Windshield Replacement FAQs

Most windshield replacement companies will recommend that you do not use your wipers for at least 24 hours after your new windshield is installed. This is to allow the sealant to fully cure and to prevent any damage to your new windshield. However, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to use your wipers, they should be fine as long as you are careful.

Yes, it is indeed possible to repair a cracked windshield in many cases. However, whether a crack can be repaired depends on several factors, including the size, location, and severity of the crack.

In general, small cracks, usually less than six inches in length, can often be successfully repaired. This includes cracks that are single lines, star-shaped, or bullseye-shaped. It’s important to address these cracks promptly because they can quickly spread and become more challenging to repair.

Whether windshield cracks are covered under warranty depends on the specific terms and conditions of your warranty coverage. Generally, manufacturer warranties for vehicles typically do not cover windshield cracks unless they are caused by defects in materials or workmanship.

If you’re unsure about the warranty coverage for your windshield, it’s recommended to review the warranty documentation provided by the manufacturer or contact the dealership or manufacturer’s customer service department for clarification. They will be able to provide you with accurate information regarding what is covered under your specific warranty and any available options for windshield repairs or replacements.

The maximum size of a crack in a windshield that can be repaired depends on several factors, including the type of crack and its location. In general, most professional auto glass repair technicians can successfully repair cracks that are up to around six inches in length.

Yes, a chipped windshield can be repaired more than once, but it’s important to note that each repair should be in a different spot on the windshield and as long as they meet the criteria for repairability.

To determine if a chipped windshield can be repaired more than once, it’s best to consult with a professional auto glass repair technician. They will assess the condition of the chip, consider any previous repairs, and provide expert advice on the best course of action to ensure the safety and integrity of your windshield.

Most windshield replacement companies will recommend that you do not use your wipers for at least 24 hours after your new windshield is installed. This is to allow the sealant to fully cure and to prevent any damage to your new windshield. However, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to use your wipers, they should be fine as long as you are careful.

It is not uncommon for a newly replaced windshield to make noise. The noise is usually caused by the expansion and contraction of the windshield as it adjusts to the temperature. The noise should go away after a few days as the windshield adjusts to the temperature.

Replacement windshields, when properly installed by a skilled professional, should not leak. However, it’s important to understand that the quality of the installation and the materials used can significantly impact the likelihood of leaks.

It’s important to note that there are situations where leaks can occur. Some factors that may contribute to leaks include improper installation, use of low-quality adhesive, manufacturing defects in the replacement windshield, or damage to the vehicle’s frame that compromises the seal.

Rain itself does not typically harm a newly replaced windshield. However, it’s important to allow sufficient time for the adhesive used during the installation to cure properly. The curing process creates a strong bond between the windshield and the vehicle’s frame, ensuring its stability and preventing potential issues.

Most auto glass experts recommend a curing period of at least 24 hours before subjecting the windshield to heavy rain or car washes. During this time, it’s best to keep the newly replaced windshield dry to allow the adhesive to set and achieve its full strength.

Yes. If your vehicle is equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), it is generally recommended to recalibrate your windshield after replacing it. ADAS technologies rely on sensors and cameras that are often integrated into the windshield for functions like lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking.

When a windshield is replaced, it can impact the proper functioning of these ADAS systems. Even a slight misalignment or change in the position of the sensors and cameras can result in inaccurate readings and potentially affect the performance and safety of the ADAS features.


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