Wolcott Glass installers are certified by expert trainers from Essex Corporation and our urethane adhesive supplier. They also undergo our own internal training program, plus factory training from leading automotive manufacturers, which we feel is second to none.
To remain the best around, Wolcott Glass follows manufacturers' service bulletins, and receives regular training updates from car manufacturers and makers of auto glass and adhesive sealants.
Glass is a structural component in today's automobiles. Your car relies on its glass to resist crushing on impact, and to keep you inside the vehicle in an accident. Also, windshields must be installed properly and stay in place for passenger side airbags to function properly in a crash. Windshields are supposed to keep passengers inside the car during an accident. This is a federal safety standard. Nonetheless, it is vital that drivers and passengers use their seatbelts at all times to help keep themselves from being ejected from a car in a crash.
Passenger-side airbags rely on windshields to function properly. These airbags use the windshield as a "backstop" in deployment. The windshield needs to stand up against the force of the airbag, and remain in place. Proper glass installation is imperative for this to happen.
Auto glass must be installed properly to help the passenger compartment resist crushing in rollover accidents. Auto glass is supposed to meet federal safety standards. Wolcott Glass Auto Glass installation procedures are devised to allow the glass to perform all of these vital functions.