What does Certified Auto Glass do?

Certified Auto Glass is a mobile auto glass repair and replacement service provider for auto collision centers, auto repair facilities, and auto dealerships.

Who does Certified Auto Glass serve?

We serve collision centers, auto repair facilities, and auto dealerships. We provide insurance claims assistance for your customers.

Where is Certified Auto glass located?

Our service area currently includes eastern North Carolina. Since we are mobile auto glass service providers, that means we come to your business to repair your vehicles. Our service area includes, but is not limited to: Fayetteville, NC, Goldsboro, NC, Greenville, NC, Newbern, NC, Rocky Mount, NC, Swansboro, NC, Wilson, NC.

What services do you offer?
  1. Windshield Repair 
  2. Windshield Replacement
  3. Car Window Replacement
  4. Sunroof Replacement
  5. ADAS System Calibration
  6. Insurance Claims Assistance
What is a AGSC-certified technician?

Each of our technicians are AGSC certified. AGSC-certified technicians are trained and tested to ensure that they adhere to the best practices and safety standards in the auto glass industry. The certification covers various aspects of auto glass installation and repair, including proper techniques, materials, and safety protocols.

What is ADAS System Calibration?

ADAS stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, and ADAS system calibration refers to the process of adjusting and aligning the sensors, cameras, radar, and other components that make up these systems. ADAS technologies are designed to enhance vehicle safety and automate certain aspects of driving, and they include features such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, and parking assistance.

Why is ADAS System Calibration important?

Calibration is crucial for the proper functioning of ADAS because these systems rely on accurate sensor data to make decisions and assist the driver. Calibration ensures that the sensors are properly aligned and calibrated to the manufacturer’s specifications. Key components that may require calibration include: NEEDED?

What does ADAS System Calibration have to do with auto glass repair?

ADAS system calibration is required after collisions and repairs –  such as windshield replacement, front-end collisions, or any work that might affect the alignment of sensors. It’s essential for maintaining the accuracy and reliability of the safety features provided by ADAS. Calibration should only be performed by trained technicians using specialized equipment and tools to ensure precision.

Can we call Certified Auto Glass for multiple vehicles?

Yes. We will come out to your business and work on multiple cars while we are on site.