Auto Glass Repair Services

Repairing your car's front window (windshield), door windows, and rear window auto glass properly is critical! It is the foundation of your car's safety restraint system. Your windshield supports the roof and is the "backstop" for your air bag and safety systems. This protects you and prevents you from serious harm during an accident!

The Glass Man works with all the major auto insurance companies in Oregon.  We work directly with your insurance company to make it more convenience to our customers.  We wish to be your Man for all your auto and glass needs - The Glass Man.

The Glass Man also offers mobile service; where we come to you to replace your automobile's glass. We believe that is much more convenient to our customers.

Service Area

Corvallis, Albany, Jefferson, Salem, Keizer, Monmouth, Dallas, Independence, Stayton, Sublimity, Woodburn, Wilsonville and surrounding Willamette Valley areas.


Windshield Repair Through Car Insurance

Chipped, cracked, and broken windshields are among the most common car repairs. Pebbles, vandalism, falling branches, animals, and even sand and gravel can damage your windshield.

If your windshield (or other glass: side windows, rear window, or sunroof) is damaged by something other than a collision, you’ll likely pay for it using comprehensive coverage. However, understand that this coverage is optional and if you don’t have it, you may be on your own when it comes time to pay for repairs. Comprehensive coverage typically pays for damages occurring from: Storms, Fires, Vandalism, Animal collisions.

Check to see whether your car insurance company includes windshield repair and replacement in your comprehensive coverage.

Even if you read the words "auto glass repair," inquire if it is all-inclusive. Auto glass replacement on some comprehensive coverage plans only covers the side and back windows, but not the windshield.

Before filing a windshield repair claim, compare the cost of the repair/replacement with the size of your comprehensive deductible.

If your deductible is greater than the cost of the estimated repair, it won't be worth your while to file a claim. However, do note that some car insurance companies and some policies will allow for glass replacement without requiring payment of a deductible.