Quarter Glass

Quarter Glass

Quarter Glass

Even though fewer car companies continue to use quarter glass, it does not appear close to becoming extinct. Quarter glass, which is also referred to as valance windows or vent glass, refers to the smaller window located either at the back of the door panel or in front near the wing mirror. Open and closed ones were trendy in the 1950s but lost popularity during the 1980s.


The mobile quarter glass category gradually became less popular over the years, mainly due to air conditioning being standard on most modern automobiles. Even so, quarter glass windows have their advantages as far as driver visibility is concerned. They offer the same level of protection from UV rays and heat for passengers but can be more challenging to keep clean since they’re not lowered as often.


The sealant around the edges of a glass window in a door may erode and leak, or the glass may break. Here’s how to replace it: Remove the door panel or cardboard and all parts inside—including small items such as speaker wiring; take out the broken piece of glass from its frame; Seal up any holes or gaps made during the replacement process; put back together the door assembly; and check that all wiring is reconnected securely.


Bring your car to our shop for a quick and reliable repair. We specialize in windshield replacement, so if you have any cracked glass on your car, we can replace it quickly and correctly. For more information about us, visit our website today.

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