Let us fix the damage that winter in Edmonton inflicts on your windshield. Alberta weather causes the auto glass to break and Crackmasters is here to help you. We install a new windshield or replace damaged glass. We use quality […]
The First Snow of the Season
Historically, Edmonton’s first snow equates to hundreds of drivers having accidents – and some those
collisions are very serious. Even though snow in Edmonton is a common occurrence and should come as
no surprise, the first snowfall always seems to catch drivers off guard.
Crackmasters (Edmonton West End) cares about your safety, so […]
Does customer service in Edmonton matter?
Of course it does! When was the last time you went out for dinner, booked a hotel, or paid for a service without first checking out Yelp, Google, and other online aggregator review sites?
Customer Service in Edmonton = Value
The fact is, customer service is king when it comes to happy […]
Why Does my Windshield Repair Need to be “Cured?”
In previous blogs, you have heard Edmonton Windshield talk about curing Windshield Repair resin in the windshield, and how an outdoor crack repair booth in a parking lot is not the best place for this. What is curing and why […]
So, glass is glass? Nope, have you ever dropped a cheep glass and it breaks but your nice scotch tumbler withstands some abuse? Have your ever tried to can with a cheep jar – or do you use a mason jar? Have you ever walked on a glass bridge? or leaned on a glass wall? […]
Windshield Law in Alberta
The Province of Alberta’s Traffic Safety Act, Vehicle Equipment Regulation (122/2009 with amendments up to and including Alberta Regulation 49/2018) explains windshield law in Alberta.
It starts off by noting that unless you drive a motorcycle or a moped, your […]
Can a Bird Break my Windshield?
Can a bird break your windshield? Yes! Not only can you be stunned while driving to suddenly have a
bird hit your car, bird poop may also damage the glass! As if the mess of bird poop on auto glass wasn’t
enough, now you must worry about bio-projectiles too. What’s going on? […]