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1 June 2017

Community is everything!

There are so many amazing causes, charities and groups to support in our local community. Advanced Auto Glass makes a great effort to be a part of these things. We are proud to support Westside Little League, Pick of the Vine for Senior Advocacy, The Farm Bureau, Boys and Girls Club, Peggy Sue’s Cruise, Ride […]


30 April 2017

CRACK! That rock chip repair is probably no charge to you.

Did you know that many insurance policies cover rock chip repair? If that gravel truck just kicked a rock into your windshield and left a small pock-mark on your windshield, it’s important to get it fixed right away. Frequently un-filled rock chips can splinter into a full-blown crack which can be dangerous and expensive to […]


6 January 2017

We are the local, family-owned Santa Rosa full service auto glass shop. Just ask GoLocal Sonoma County.

Here in Sonoma County we value supporting our neighbors and localizing our economy. We believe that by supporting other local businesses you are contributing to the strength of our region as a whole and ensuring stability in our area. That’s why we’re an active member of GoLocal Sonoma County – a vibrant organization that is […]


9 December 2016

As a Diamond and SIKA Certified shop, you can count on our quality workmanship.

The Diamond Certification symbol is proudly displayed on our window when you walk in the door at Advanced Auto Glass. But what does it mean exactly? If you want quality, you can rest assured that by choosing our Diamond Certified glass repair shop, you are getting the best. The Diamond rating process of local companies […]


15 September 2016

Do you have to use the glass repair shop your insurance recommends?

We get calls almost every day with people asking if we accept their insurance to fix their windows. Frequently insurance companies recommend glass repair shops or body shops that are easier on their pocketbook and not necessarily the best for the customer. Fortunately the choice is yours, by California law, in a majority of cases. […]