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Can hailstorms effect your cars windshield

It’s that time of year in Florida when tropical storms and afternoon showers are a common occurrence. These storms can even produce golf ball size hail.  Hail storms produce ice spheres that can cause extensive denting, especially on the hood, roof, and trunk of your vehicle.

Since the windshield is the most vulnerable part of your vehicle during a hailstorm when hail hits a windshield it can leave damage that can shatter the windshield or cracks around where the hail impacted.

After a hailstorm, Gerber Collision and Glass recommends inspecting your vehicle for damage.  Even minor chips require attention before they turn into large cracks.

With over 100 locations to serve you, and a written lifetime guarantee on all work, we are your hail damage repair specialist.


About Gerber Collision & Glass For over seventy years, customers have trusted their automotive collision and glass repairs to Gerber Collision & Glass. Quality workmanship backed by our Lifetime Guarantee and outstanding customer service are just a couple of the reasons why our customers choose to bring their vehicles to Gerber.


2 thoughts on “Can hailstorms effect your cars windshield

  1. Hailstorms were once coming down the size of golf balls around my area, in the morning after it was all over my neighbors windshield was dented after we found one the size of my fist outside.

    -Evergreen Junk Cars

    Posted by Cash For Cars Atlanta | November 30, 2012, 10:34 pm
  2. Since hail storm produces a small sphere ice that can hit the car. And when a hard object hits the windshield glass, there’s a possibility to result damage to the glass. What to do? Make a windshield crack repair or bring it to the repair shop.

    Posted by gingerbellechie | June 30, 2014, 6:07 am

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