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Month: January 2017

TechnaGlass Rock Chip Repair Advantage

No matter where you live or what season it is, your windshield is in danger of becoming damaged. It may be later, it may be sooner, but one thing is certain: one day, you’ll be driving down the road, and a small rock is going to fly up and- Crack! You now have a fresh chip in your windshield. What do you do? If you wait too long, that rock chip will only grow bigger and more pronounced. After enough time, it will form into a full-fledged crack, ruining your windshield. Instead of waiting, come visit TechnaGlass.

TechnaGlass has been in the rock chip repair business for over 25 years now! We understand windshields better than anyone else, and we know how delicate these small cracks and chips can be. That’s why we offer affordable Rock Chip Repair at all our locations for only $29.95. No appointment necessary. Just stop by and we’ll make sure that chip does not turn into a full-on crack.


TechnaGlass Signs on as Affiliate®, a web-based lead generation and information portal specifically designed to advance glass shops, has announced the addition of TechnaGlass to its growing list of affiliate companies.

TechnaGlass, based in Salt Lake City, has been in the windshield replacement and repair business for more than 25 years, and has 42 locations throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Mississippi, Minnesota, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, and Oregon. The company offers auto glass repair and replacement, with both in shop and mobile services. TechnaGlass is a registered company with the Auto Glass Safety Council, as well as the National Windshield Repair Association.

Since launching October 1, 2016, is quickly gaining the attention of large companies needing to obtain leads in large service areas. It offers advantages for all companies, such as the ability to receive notification of new leads by email and to manage the leads from a personalized dashboard. More details can be found at

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