Crash Auto Glass in Middlebury is Vermont family owned since 1988.

Your local auto glass shop specializing in mobile windshield repair and replacement.

Why Crash Auto Glass?

  • Professional Auto Glass Replacement

  • Best Quality Windshield Repair

  • Mobile Auto Glass Repair And Replacement

  • Locally Owned Family Business Since 1988

  • Free Auto Glass Replacement Quotes – Find Out The Cost

  • We Are Always The Closest Because We Come To You

Crash Auto Glass is a Vermont Family owned company that has been in business since 1988. We specialize in windshield replacement and windshield repairs for all makes and models, foreign and domestic.

We have not forgotten your other car glass needs, we also replace:

  • Black Glass
  • Side Mirrors
  • Vent Glass
  • Quarter Glass
  • Door Glass

Our trained professional technicians perform services for both commercial and retail clients. We provide mobile service and will come to your home or work place to repair or replace your auto glass. Even on those days when the weather will not permit us to service your auto glass outside, we have convenient locations such as Middlebury for you to take your vehicle. Our technicians do quality work quickly and carefully. They genuinely care about doing the job right the first time.

We understand that your time is very valuable; this is why it is our goal at Crash Auto Glass to make your windshield replacement or windshield repair as convenient as possible. We will direct bill all insurance companies, and make the necessary phone calls to your insurance company.

At Crash Auto Glass we take pride in our work and will warranty your windshield replacement against leaking or stress cracks for as long as you own your vehicle. We will also repair any chip that you may get in your windshield after a replacement for as long as you own the vehicle, providing the chip is not in the drivers line of vision. We always strive to be the best local company.

Here at Crash Auto Glass you will find no gimmicks, no games, and no fancy jingles. Where a handshake is still your best warranty. We are here Monday thru Friday from 7:00 – 5:00 for all your auto glass needs.

Auto Glass Shop Middlebury Vermont

Auto glass perform a vital part in vehicles yet a considerable amount of drivers are just not aware of this fact. Windshields are going to function as structural guard and support for the roofs of automobiles. In addition, auto glass will protect vehicle drivers and the passengers also from wind and other weather conditions. Considering they perform such essential duties, they must be fabricated properly and there should not be any type of place for mistake throughout the procedure of production. Companies must ensure the high quality of the products prior to they are planning to install them to the cars.

Nobody wants to think about a chipped or damaged windshield.It is generally a simple fact that vehicle windshields tend to crack or shatter and after that call for replacement and repair. It takes place for a variety of reasons. As an example, a piece of rocks may ding the auto glass while the automobile is moving. Flukes can definitely cause the windshield to get damaged completely. Extreme below freezing weather conditions are additionally occasionally the cause. Lot of times, motor vehicle windshields from eventually being victims of acts of hooliganism or unmindful motoring of other folks. The issue is that the windshields of autos are constructed from tempered glass, glass, however it is nonetheless at risk to damage.

Chips and smaller cracks, as much as the dimensions of a dollar, are simply top nominees for windshield repair. Repair jobs can be finished quickly and most companies now offer mobile replacement units that can come to resolve the problem without disturbing your routine. The repair service is carried out by inserting a particular glue into the crack or chip. This glue is created to be both sturdy and clear to make sure that when it dries and when buffed it is practically difficult to see where the damages had formerly been. The structural integrity of your windshield is not ever compromised by a repair carried out by a professional using quality materials.
Windshield repair jobs are considerably more complicated and this is probably the reason that a lot of insurance and windshield service companies encourage car owners to get problems fixed quickly. The entire process for a windshield replacement can in fact take up to a seven days because the windshield normally has to be ordered in ahead of services can even start.

Sometimes, repair suffices but if the break done is pretty severe, at that point, simple repair is generally out of question. In such scenarios, auto glass replacement will be the best bet. anyone will admit it or not, auto glass replacement is required if there is a crack that is smaller than three inches. At times, these kinds of splits begin as low as the tip of a needle that could be triggered simply by mechanical stress, temperature deviation and stones. However despite the causes behind the scratch or split, it is simply essential to follow up on windshield replacements prior to it will certainly be too late. As stated earlier, windshields exist to shelter you from any item traveling on the air. As a result, waiting for too much longer to replace defective windshields could actually come to be a troublesome aspect of the car.

Windshield Replacement Middlebury


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Windshield Repair

Crash Auto Glass
19 ½ Elm Street
Middlebury, VT, 05753
Phone: (888) 292-0972
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Living In Middlebury

A better place to live, work and play

Come, experience Middlebury… an idyllic town nestled in the heart of Vermont’s beautiful Champlain Valley. Home to world-renowned Middlebury College, it’s a place uniquely situated at the intersection of small-town charm and global influence. Where quality of life meets broadband connectivity. Where professionals thrive and children flourish.

Living here

The town of Middlebury is home to a vibrant cultural and artistic scene that rivals most small cities. It’s an active community, offering some of New England’s finest outdoor recreation. It’s a place to enjoy great local food, boasting numerous farms, restaurants, artisan food producers, and a nationally recognized farmer’s market. And it’s a welcoming town, hosting delightful community events throughout the year.

Working and learning here

Middlebury’s comprehensive broadband coverage and its central location in New England — just a few hours from Montreal, Boston & New York — has allowed telecommuters, super-commuters, high-level professionals and entrepreneurs from around the country to relocate and call Middlebury home. They maintain world-class careers while raising children in a vibrant and healthy setting, within a school district that regularly sends students to some of the top universities in the country.

The perfect place to play

As the “cultural and intellectual capital of Vermont”, Middlebury is the place to play. We host a full spectrum of visual and performing arts, world-renowned musicians, high quality theatre, and even a series of festivals throughout the year that celebrate the Middlebury community.

Middlebury History

THE rapid settlement of the territory of the State of Vermont was long postponed by the fact that it was a thoroughfare of the war parties of the French and Indians on their way to the southward and eastward from Canada and Lake Champlain; and but little progress was made in that direction until the conquest of Canada by the English in 1760. Benning Wentworth was appointed in 1741, by the king of England, governor of the province of New Hampshire, and given authority to issue patents for lands to applicants, in any unoccupied territory. Under this authority he claimed the right to issue charters over what is now the State of Vermont. His first charter within its boundaries was for the town of Bennington in 1749, and in the next year this was followed by the charter of Pownal; about a dozen towns had also been chartered east of the Green Mountains; but no grants were made in the more dangerous western part of the State until 1761, in which year, the banners of peace having been uplifted over the territory of the ” New Hampshire Grants,” as this region came to be known, there was a rapid movement to secure charters to the territory, no less than sixty having been granted in the year named within the present limits of the Green Mountain State. Among the number was Middlebury, as well as eight other Addison county towns.

Among the residents of Salisbury, Conn., were a number of men who, with others, united for the purpose of procuring town charters of lands in this county and engaged John Evarts, of Salisbury, to act as their agent. Procuring the needed assistance, he came into the wilderness until he reached the region along the east side of Otter Creek, before he found unoccupied territory. Here he discovered that there was sufficient land to constitute three towns of the proposed extent–six miles square–between the “Great Falls” at Vergennes on the north, and Leicester on the south: hence he proceeded to survey the entire tract. He began at the head of the falls (which was fixed upon as a permanent starting point and boundary), laid out the town of New Haven and followed with Middlebury and Salisbury. Some of the original applicants agreed to take shares in two and others in all three of these towns, making out the requisite number of grantees in each instance. The charters of Middlebury and New Haven were dated November 2, 1761, and that of Salisbury on the next day. By the charters all of these towns are bounded west by Otter Creek, and extend where necessary up the slopes of the Green Mountains for the eastern boundary. The charters were made in the customary form, which is so well known that it need not be given here entire. It granted in this instance to those “whose names are entered on this grant, to be divided to and amongst them into sixty-eight equal shares,” a tract “containing by admeasurement 25,040 acres, which tract is to contain something more than six miles square.” The charter gives the boundaries as follows:

“Beginning at the southerly corner of a township granted this day by the name of New Haven, at a tree marked, standing on the bank of the easterly or northeasterly side of Otter Creek, so called, from thence running east seven miles, thence turning off and running south ten degrees west six miles and sixty-four rods, then turning off end running west to Otter Creek aforesaid; then down said creek, as that runs to the bound first mentioned,” and it “is incorporated into a township by the name of Middlebury.” It also provides “that the first meeting for the choice of town officers shall be held on the first Tuesday in January next, which said meeting shall be notified by Capt. Samuel Moore, who is hereby also appointed moderator of the said first meeting,” and that “the annual meeting forever hereafter for the choice of such officers for the said town shall be on the second Tuesday of March annually.”

The following are the names written on the back of the charter: John Evarts, Elijah Skinner, Elkanah Paris, Benjamin Paris, John Baker, Gideon Hurlbut, Ebenr. Hanchit, Deliva. Spalding, Noah Chittenden, Mattw. Bostwick, Thomas Chittenden, John Abbit, Moses Read, Saml. Keep, Elisha Painter, Ruluff White, Elisha Shelden, Jun., Moses Read, Jun., Matthw. Baldin, Lt. Jonathan Moore, John Benton, Nathl. Evarts, 3d, John Turner, Jun., Ebenr. Field, 3d, Saml. Turner, Zecheriah Foss, Ebenr. Field, Nathl. Flint, BenJn. Everist, Jeremiah How, John Read, James Claghorn, Lt. Mathias Kelsey, Daniel Morris, Rufus Marsh, Elias Read; Noah Waddams, John Evarts, Jun., Jona. Moore, Jun., Nathl. Skinner, Jun., David Hide, Jun., Thomas Chipman, Amos Hanchit, Saml. Towsley, John Strong, John How, Oliver Evarts, Russell Hunt, Capt. Josiah Stoddar, Bethel Sellick, Saml. Skinner, Capt. Saml. Moore, Hezekiah Camp, Jun., John McQuivey, Benjamin Smalley, Lt. John Seymour, Datis Ensign, Lt. Janna Meigs, David Owen, Charles Brewster, Theo. Atkinson, Esq., M. H. Wentworth, Esq.

The old governor looked after his own interest in the customary manner, as appears by the following, added to the foregoing signatures:

” His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq., a tract of land containing five hundred acres, as marked B. W. in the plan, which is to be accounted two of the within shares, one whole share for the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign parts, one share for a glebe for the Church of England, as by law established, one share for the first settled minister of the gospel, and one share for the benefit of a school in said town.

More information about Middlebury:

Middlebury official website

Middlebury College

Otter Creek Brewery

Woodchuck Cider

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