Portland Glass® is truly a full-service glass company - for your vehicles as well as your home or business. We've earned a reputation as experts in repairing and replacing damaged windshields and Need a quote on auto glass? Simply fill out the form below and we'll give you a call with a quote. It's that easy.. We can perform most jobs on-site at one of more than 34 convenient locations in New England - or we can bring the shop to you through our convenient and professional mobile service.
Mobile Windshield Replair and Windshield Replacement
Our mobile installation and repair specialists have the expertise and the equipment to perform a safe and efficient windshield repair or replacement, regardless of most weather conditions. We also have the experience to know which types of installations are better handled in a more controlled environment. If that's the case, we'll schedule a time that works with your schedule.
Request Auto Glass Repair or Windshield Replacement Quote
Need a quote on auto glass? Simply fill out the form below and we'll give you a call with a quote. It's that easy.
Online quotes are good for auto glass only. If you need a quote on other products besides auto glass, please feel free to use our contact form or call us toll free at 1-866-838-GLASS (4527).
You may also contact us by calling us toll-free at: 1-866-838-GLASS (4527) or by mail at our corporate office:
832 Congress St
Portland, ME 04102-3162
Fax: (207) 774-9855
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