As far back as the fourth millennium BC, manufactured glass material has existed. It was first formed when crushed heated quartz made glazes for ceramic vessels in Mesopotamia and Egypt. And it has evolved since then. The old Norse word vinidauga, meaning wind eye, evolved into the modern day English word window. Now windows are not just used in homes and churches, they are also used in cars.
The first single curved windshield on a production car was on the 1934 Chrysler Imperial Airflow CW.
From there, Charlotte Bridgewood patented the Electronic Storm Windshield Cleaner, an automatic windshield wiper system, in 1917. Then her daughter invented the turning signal. And windshields on cars is why glass repair Phoenix is such a popular industry.
As glass evolved, so did the windshield. Now automobile glass represents between 40 percent and 70 percent of the strength of the frame of your vehicle. And there are several Arizona auto glass companies to make sure your car windshield is always in tip top shape. Phoenix auto glass repair is available seven days a week and can help with Phoenix windshield replacement. Or sometimes you do not need a replacement and just want the best windshield repair Phoenix has to offer. That can happen too. Because when it comes to any kind of glass repair Phoenix has got you covered. I do not know why when it comes to glass repair Phoenix has so many options to serve you. Maybe it has to do with the climate. But regardless of why, when it comes to services for glass repair Phoenix will not disappoint. Glass repair Phoenix has professionals that work quickly and affordably to get you, your windshield, and you car back on the road to continue on with your life. They were helpful, nice, understanding, professional, and timely.