1. Windshield Repair in Long Island and Winter Car Maintenance

    Perhaps you have already suffered your first frost-coated windshield, forcing you to search for your scraper. As you shiver in the driver's seat, carefully peering through the freshly-scraped windshield, you realize this is just the beginning of winter and there is worse to come. It's not a happy th…Read More

  2. Windshield Replacement in Long Island and Bad Driving Habits

    Many of us have driving habits that we do all of the time without realizing that they may be quite dangerous. It is critical that when you are on the road you need to be paying attention to your driving and your surroundings. There is no shortage of distractions in our modern world. Distracted drivi…Read More

  3. Windshield Repair in Long Island and Things That Ruin Your Day

    Some days are better than others. One day everything seems to be going fine, you hit the lights green on the way to work and you even find a $10 bill while walking to your car at lunch. Pretty good we should think. But don't think it will last. You will also have truly terrible days that you have to…Read More

  4. Car Cleaning Tips From Your Long Island Windshield Repair Service

    If you haven't noticed, and we are quite sure you have, spring is on the way. We see the evidence everywhere; the days are getting longer and the temperatures are starting to warm up just a bit. Before you know it, flowers will be budding, bees will be buzzing and you will have to spend at least one…Read More

  5. Windshield Replacement in Long Island and Tips for an Epic Super Bowl Party

    You had a busy week, busier than usual because you paid a visit to Suffolk Glass in Long Island for windshield replacement. Your windshield became damaged when debris got kicked up on it and caused a large crack. You were smart in getting it replaced right away because a cracked windshield is not a …Read More

  6. You Might Need Windshield Replacement in Long Island

    All too many of us have had the very unpleasant experience of driving along, minding our own business, when all of the sudden and errant piece of debris, perhaps a rock or something else, smacks right into the windshield. You breathe a sigh of relief because all it did was put a little dent in your …Read More