Stowe VT

Auto Glass Shop

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 Belvidere 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.

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Windshields perform an important part in motor vehicles however a lot of vehicle owners are not aware of this particular fact. Windshields will serve as structural guard and assistance for the roofs of motor vehicles. In addition, auto glass will safeguard vehicle drivers and the passengers also from wind flow and other factors. Since they play such indispensable tasks, they need to be constructed very well and there must not be any type of room for flaw throughout the process of production. Companies need to guarantee the top quality of the goods prior to they are readying to mount them to the autos.

No one likes to think about a broken or damaged windshield.It is generally a simple fact that auto windshields usually chip or break and after that call for replacement and repair service. It occurs for a variety of reasons. As an example, a chip of gravel may strike the windshield when the vehicle is driving. Flukes can obviously cause the windshield to crack completely. Excessive freezing weather conditions are in addition often the cause. Lot of times, motor vehicle auto glass from becoming casualties of acts of vandalism or thoughtless motoring of other folks. The issue is that the auto glass of autos are crafted from tempered glass, glass, but it is nevertheless vulnerable to harm.

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About Stowe Vermont

Stowe is a premier four season resort destination particularly reknowned for its alpine and Nordic recreation, mountain biking, hiking and world class spas. The community comes alive with festivals, shopping and dining opportunities with activities for everyone in all seasons. Stowe has made the most out of its natural setting– Mount Mansfield, the forests and fields, clear mountain streams and fine air to carve out an appealing, enduring, distinctively New England style of life. What makes it truly special is that Stowe is also a place people call home…

History Of Stowe

Although chartered as a town in 1763, Stowe’s first settlers did not arrive until 30 years later in 1793. By the dawn of the 19th century, most of Stowe’s land had been sold, and the population had grown to 316. Today, Stowe is Vermont’s largest town in land area with over 50,000 acres and a permanent population of over 4,000. Vermont’s highest peak, Mt. Mansfield, and some of the finest agricultural and woodland in the state are located within this land area.

The agriculture and lumber industries were essential to the town in Stowe’s early years. At one time, over 75% of the land in Stowe and most of Vermont was open land that had been cleared by lumber-production and was used for agriculture – primarily sheep farming. As many as 8,000 sheep grazed the hills and valleys of Stowe in those days.

Stowe’s farming fortunes fluctuated with the rest of New England agriculture. Eventually, most of Vermont shifted from sheep to dairy farms with more than 100 farms located in Stowe alone. Only nine of these farms continue to operate today. Over the years, this shift allowed 75% of the cleared land to reforest.

Unlike most of Vermont, Stowe’s history does not center exclusively around farming. By the mid-1800’s, Stowe had developed into a famous summer resort due to its spectacular mountain scenery and good transportation connections. The Toll Road to the top of Mt. Mansfield was completed by 1870; the Summit House on the top of Mt. Mansfield was finished just as the Civil War broke out, and the stately 300-room Mansfield House occupied most of the present village. Known as the “Big Hotel”, the Mansfield House burned to the ground in 1889.

A large stable housing over 100 horses, tack, carriages and stable hands, was located behind the “Big Hotel” at the present site of the Green Mountain Inn’s Annex wing. This barn was eventually torn down as a fire hazard in 1953, and several of the original beams were used in constructing The Whip Bar & Grill.

The Depot Building, located adjacent to the Green Mountain Inn, was built in 1897 as a depot for the Mt. Mansfield Electric Railway. Running the 11 miles between Waterbury and Stowe, this train carried both passengers and freight until 1932. The Depot Building is now connected to the Inn by a bridge, housing 16 guest rooms and a variety of shops on the lower levels.

Summer tourism remained vital to Stowe’s economic life through the First World War. 1913 marked the beginning of a new era in the history of Stowe when three resident Swedish families took to traveling around town on long wooden boards with upturned ends. This new form of transportation piqued the curiosity of the local citizenry. It did not take long for many townspeople to become hooked on this strange new sport, and skiing found a home in Stowe. This turning point marked the launching of what was to become Stowe’s true destiny.

In 1921, Stowe held its first Winter Carnival with ski jumping, skating, and myriad other fun-filled events. Downhill skiing, however, would not truly develop in Stowe until the Great Depression, when the Civilian Conservation Corps established camps and began clearing ski trails on Mt. Mansfield. The first, constructed in 1933, was the Bruce Trail that led from the present site of the Octagon to Ranch Camp. This trail is now incorporated into the Mt. Mansfield Ski Touring trail system. In 1934, the next – and perhaps most famous – ski trail was cut: the Nose Dive. In the early days, skiers hiked the 2.5 miles to the summit. Rope tows emerged as an easier method, only to be supplanted by chairlifts, beginning with a single chair in 1940. This venerable chair operated until 1986, when it was retired in favor of a high-speed detachable quad.

The Vermont Ski Museum, next door to the inn was established in 1988, but relocated to Stowe in 2000, with the mission of collecting, preserving and celebrating Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history. The Museum has assembled the definitive collection of Vermont skiing and snowboard artifacts and memorabilia.  It has produced videos and films honoring Vermont athletes and pioneers as Hall of Fame inductees.  The Museum implements numerous exciting and memorable programs each year, including exhibit grand openings, exclusive speakers and collection showings, film festivals and much more. They also have a gift shop on premises. For more information on hours and becoming a member, with $1400 in benefits, visit

Skiing and the town of Stowe expanded steadily over the years as interest in the sport grew. In the process, Stowe established its reputation as one of the premier ski resorts and vacation destinations in the world. Today, Stowe offers guests an outstanding variety of year round recreational activities, attractions and special events from world-class skiing and riding terrain to myriad on-mountain programs and off-mountain activities capable of satisfying the most discerning travelers. With the newest and fastest lift service on the East Coast, Stowe’s two gondola-connected mountains offer skiers and riders of all levels an unparalleled experience. In June 2014, Spruce Peak Realty broke ground on an ambitious phase of development, named “Spruce Peak Center. This 150,000 square foot phase will signal the completion of the core of Spruce Peak. Spruce Peak Center will include: the Adventure Center—a recreation/activity space for children of all ages featuring the Stowe Mountain Resort children’s ski school; The Stowe Mountain Club clubhouse building, which will offer members private dining, lounge space, lockers/ski valet and underground parking; the community green/winter ice rink—a recreation and gathering space in the summer and a 9,000+ SF rink in the winter; the Pavilion, a concert venue and market area; and the Club Residences–19 penthouse residences that offer ski/in ski out access, convenient access to club amenities, and unmatched views of Mt. Mansfield, the village center and the Spruce Peak slopes. Spruce Peak Center is expected to be completed by winter 2016. Once completed, Spruce Peak Center will be the largest geo-thermal project in the state of Vermont, furthering Spruce Peak’s dedication to its environmental vision.

Crash Auto Glass
199 Lost Meadows Rd
Belvidere Center, VT, 05442
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
Mobile Windshield Repair and Replacement Stowe VT 05672 US