Laminated glass windshields are sturdier and thicker and are easily the safest kind as they are hard to break and not easy to shatter. It is critical for safety purposes that your car has the right glass, which allows you to not only see ahead clearly but is also capable of protecting the occupants of the vehicle in case of an accident.
Remember, window glasses should be easy to break in an emergency, whereas windshield glass should be sturdy enough to withstand a collision and impact of debris in the event of an emergency.
Laminated glass has special properties, and its structural formation is such that the glass fragments are held in place with the help of compressional forces helping it to not shatter, thus cutting down the risks of injuries to the driver and the car’s passengers.
The laminated last also provides a firm barrier to the noise coming from outside, which is absorbed by the double layer of glass panes and the interlayers. This quality of soundproof laminated glass keeps all noisy distractions at Bay for the driver, and any danger from external noise becomes limited.
Breaking a laminated windshield glass is very difficult. The strong plastic interlayers are robust and sturdy and would require a huge force to break the laminated glass windshield standard, and conventional windshields, on the other hand, are single paint glass that does not need much force to break through.
Passengers can sit back and relax on the drive in a car that has laminated glass windshields. In case of an accident, conventional glass breaks and shatters, releasing fragments and shards of the glass towards the occupants of the car. On the contrary, laminated glass does not shatter; it cannot be fully penetrated, and hence the shards of glass released remain at a minimum keeping the passenger safe and well protected from injuries.
True Blue Auto Glass deals in excellent quality licensed glass for both windshields and windows. We provide excellent service when it comes to replacement and repair of windshields and our name is a testament to our quality of work.