Windows date back to the fourth millennium BC, but they weren’t known as “windows” until the early 1200s. In Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, glass material was made out of heated crushed quartz. Before the Romans proliferated the use of glass in windows, other materials that were used for windows included marble, paper, and translucent animal horn. Originally, the word “window” referred to an unglazed hole in a roof. In more modern times, “window” refers to any of the insertions of glass in a wall, door, or car through which one can see the other side. Mary Anderson, in 1903, noticed the poor visibility during a NYC streetcar ride, and the Alabama woman is credited with inventing the windshield wiper after that experience.
The windows in your car are very important, functionally and aesthetically. Arizona Auto Glass will help you to maintain the windows of your car and fix any potential damage. No one wants to have to open their door to use an ATM or a drive through because their windows won’t open, and no one wants to drive around with plastic duct taped over their window because the window shattered or was otherwise broken. If you need Phoenix auto glass repair, this company can help!
Not only is it illegal to drive with a cracked windshield, it is also dangerous, as the crack can cause the entire windshield to shatter. If you live in Phoenix windshield repair is easy! AZ Auto Glass can and will perform Phoenix windshield repair, but it doesn’t have to come to a full windshield replacement. The moment you notice a crack in your windshield is the time to take your car to a Phoenix windshield repair company because your safety is important! Having a Phoenix windshield repaired is easy with Arizona Auto Glass, and it can save you injury down the road.