Bullseye Window Cracks

Posted onJanuary 5th, 2015 byFrank

It can happen just about anywhere or anytime. Imagine driving through a construction zone or down the expressway when out of nowhere, a flying rock hits your window. This type of crack is called a bullseye! Maybe it’s time to bring your car on into Frank’s Auto Glass for a window repair or replacement.

Types of Window Cracks:

Bullseye Crack: This chip or crack has the appearance of a target’s center or bullseye.

Chips: This is a small nick in the glass resulting from a foreign object striking it.

Partial Bullseye: The indentation or mark left by the striking foreign object resembles a half-moon.

Star Crack: This is a sub-surfaced break since it only penetrates the exterior layer of the windshield. A pattern created by the small cracks radiating out from a central striking point.

Can My Window Be Repaired?

In-house repairs and replacements done while you wait, so you can get back on the road and back to your busy schedule. In some situations, you have no choice but to replace the glass in your car. When this happens, we offer both new and used auto glass, and it comes with a 1 year workmanship warranty.

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late!

One small chip or crack could turn into a much bigger problem. Once your car’s windshield has been cracked, its integrity has been compromised. Bring your car down to Frank’s Auto Glass in Chicago ASAP! Our technicians can help you with all your auto glass problems at the most affordable prices in the area.

Call Frank’s Auto Glass today at 773-488-7700 or bring your car down to 6341 S. Wentworth Ave for a fast, affordable repair.