Glass Damage Growth with Temperature Change

When the outside temperature is colder (or warmer) than the inside temperature, the glass can experience thermal stress due to the temperature gradient. This can cause the glass to expand & contract, which can lead damaged glass to cracking.

When the outside temperature is colder than the inside temperature, the glass can experience thermal stress due to the temperature gradient. This can cause the glass to expand & contract, which can lead damaged glass to cracking. To reduce this risk let Crackmasters Auto Glass do the repair(s) soon.

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