Troy 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 Newport 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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Auto glass play an essential part in automobiles yet a great deal of vehicle drivers are not knowledgeable about this particular fact. Auto glass are going to serve as structural guard and assistance for the roofs of vehicles. Simultaneously, windshields will definitely protect car drivers and the passengers also from wind and other elements. Considering they play this kind of important jobs, they need to be fabricated very well and there should not be any sort of room for mistake throughout the process of production. Manufacturers must definitely certify the quality of the products prior to they are planning to install them to the motor vehicles.

Nobody likes to deal with a damaged or wrecked windshield.It is generally a reality that auto windshields have the tendency to chip or break then afterwards are in need of replacement and repair service. This occurs for a number of reasons. For instance, a chip of gravel can hit the windshield while the vehicle is driving. Mishaps could obviously create the windshield to get damaged completely. Extreme freezing weather conditions are additionally sometimes the cause. Many times, car windshields from turning into victims of acts of vandalism or thoughtless driving of others. The point is that the windshields of automobiles are constructed from tempered glass, glass, however it is nevertheless subject to damage.

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About Troy Vermont

roy Vermont is a town in Orleans County, just west of Newport, VT and east of Jay Peak, in the beautiful and scenic “Northeast Kingdom” of Vermont, an area that National Geographic selected as part of their geotourism program for sustainable destinations. Troy contains two villages: the unincorporated village of Troy, and the incorporated village of North Troy.

The Troy area is ideal for year-round recreation activities, including skiing at nearby Jay Peak, snowmobiling along VAST trails, and nearby Lake Memphremagog is ideal for boating, swimming, and fishing during the warmer months. Of course, don’t forget the spectacular display of color during the Fall Foliage season!

One notable person from Troy is Medal of Honor recipient Amasa Tracy.

Troy, VT History

Troy was chartered on October 28, 1801, initially as a town called Missisquoi (sometimes Missiskouie 1 ). Originally the area had been granted as two separate parcels, each containing just over 11,000 acres. These were Avery’s Grant (one of many to Avery in Vermont) in 1792 and a second piece of land granted to John Kelly, also in October, 1792. No significant settlement occurred under either of these grants and the town’s name was changed from Missisquoi to Troy on October 26, 1803.
It is reported that, by 1803, the emerging community was doing a good business in potash and pearlash with Troy, New York. That connection may well have led Vermonters to change from Abenaki to Greek names. This was a period in the US when a classical revival was influencing Americans to rename places using ancient Greek titles, although this most typically happened to towns with names from British aristocracy. On another historic note, Swift calls attention to the fact that the second piece of the land given Governor Chittenden as the legislature sought to settle its debts was probably here in Troy. For more details see 1977: p. 370-71.

The first post office in town was established at a residential cluster in South Troy in 1823, designated simply as Troy. A second office opened in 1828 at North Troy. Through the late 1970s both post offices in Troy were reported to be still be in operation. Swift reports many variations in the spelling of the Abenaki word Missisquoi, generally considered to mean “great grassy meadow” indicating the importance of the alluvial plains to both nomadic and seasonally settled pre-white cultures.

Troy Town consists of 22,616 acres. As indicated above, Troy enjoys two distinct population foci, Troy village (at an estimated altitude of 764 ft.) to the south and North Troy, an incorporated village in the north of this town. Troy village is now ignored by Troy Covered Bridgethe Census and assumed to be unincorporated, though identified through the 1960s as an incorporated place (Bearse, 1966). Troy’s town shape approximates a north-south “standing” rectangle slightly wider at the northern border abutting Canada. Swift notes that the town had a significant population cluster from 1841 to 1851 at an area known as Troy Furnace, an iron smelting furnace built to process iron ore mined just east of the Missisquoi River. She notes that several different companies failed over the years trying to produce and sell iron. A hamlet of Phelps Falls, just north of Troy Village, on a bend of the Missisquoi River, took the name from John Phelps who settled there from Derby in 1816 and built a sawmill, gristmill, and carding mill at the falls. These mills operated through the 1830s. Another settlement, Stevens Mills was named after brothers who ran a sawmill there in the late 19 th century.

Ray Bearse, in the Vermont Guide written in 1966 , described the area as follows:
North Troy is an industrious community with well-shaded streets bordered by clapboarded residences. Being a gateway between the United States and Canada, it has had a turbulent border history. The early settlers were a high-spirited, reckless lot with a strong love for excitement. They lacked the more staid and regular habits of some of their neighbors to the south. In May, 1812, when an invasion from Canada seemed imminent, a special town meeting was held at which the selectmen were authorized to purchase muskets, bayonets, powder, and a hundredweight of lead for the town’s defense. The men of Troy were ready for a fight, whatever the odds, but the British never came. The Weyerhaeuser Company manufactures plywood products. It is one of the largest industrial plants in this section. 1. 1 miles north of North Troy, is the U. S. Customhouse.

Bearse’s remarks, though dated, are continued here as they provide an interesting commentary and complement the numbers below. His reference to the British in the early 19 th century is a part of the heritage of this area that Mosher captures in his works on the Northeast Kingdom. One early wave of immigration into Northern Vermont (and specifically this area) can be traced to French Canadians who fled rural Quebec. Generations later, they are an obvious cultural resource in these communities.

Troy – Big FallsTroy Village lies on a slight elevation of an open plain in the eastern Missisquoi valley, its drab houses radiating from a small triangular common. The red-fronted garage that faces the green on the west was originally a church, as its lines reveal. The Grange Fair held annually in this village is an event of local importance. Since there are no special grounds, the straight, level Main Street serves as both midway and race track. Lacking in major or distinctive attractions of sophisticated appeal, this fair is truly festive in a kitchen junket way, a real community celebration. Troy Falls is a beautiful natural cascade in the Missisquoi River. The falls are seen best from the high rocky promontory that rises precipitously above the boiling white waters of the deep gorge below. A favorite spot locally for summer picnics and autumn corn roasts is the small adjacent grove, out of sight from the falls, but still within sound of their cool music. At the site of the Boston and Troy Iron Mine, its old stone blast furnace still stands on the bank of the Missisquoi. Though it is beginning to crumble now, this furnace, 24 feet square and 30 feet high, is still suggestive of the magnitude of the iron industry that once existed here. Despite the excellent quality of the products of this mine and blast, it was finally abandoned as being too far from the markets for profitable operation. The iron markets set on the international boundary line between Vermont and Canada were cast here.

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