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Raleigh Auto Glass

Gray and Ross of Raleigh Auto Glass have been local business owners in the Raleigh area for over 18 years. Combined between them, they offer over 25 years of experience in the automotive industry with a focus on offering the best quality service and factory-direct pricing for auto glass at a better price point than the national chains. We will match or beat any written quote, and that’s a promise!

Ross is an ASE Certified Master Technician with over 20 years in the industry and was an owner of a local auto shop for over 13 years. Gray has worked in the automotive industry from sales to tech for over 10 years and was also a local business owner for over 5 years.

Friends and business partners, Gray & Ross decided to go into business together and created Raleigh Auto Glass to help replace and repair auto windshields and other glass components in the Raleigh Triangle area.

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OEM Windshield Glass

An OEM windshield is the closest thing to your vehicles original windshield when it comes to thickness, color, shape, and fit. The quality of OEM glass is virtually identical to that of a vehicles original windshield, as their fabrication follows the standards that car manufacturers have set for their product. When it comes to price, OEM glass is naturally more expensive than OEE for the simple fact that it has the stamp of approval of your vehicles manufacturer.

Aftermarket (OEE) Windshield Glass

Aftermarket (OEE) windshield glass manufacturers are not licensed by car companies to fabricate windshields for specific car models, resulting in a reduced-quality windshield. OEE glass manufacturers are legally prohibited from producing exact replicas of OEM glass, which is why the thickness, color, shape, and fit of aftermarket glass end up being very different. OEE glass may not adhere to the same standards as OEM, but they meet or exceed the Department of Transportation’s minimum safety requirements.


The short answer is yes, due to safety, visibility, and legal requirements. While repairing a chip or crack may be a more affordable option in some cases, it’s important to consider the safety implications and legal requirements before making a decision. A trained technician can help you determine the best course of action based on the severity and location of the damage to your windshield
The time it takes to replace a car windshield can vary depending on several factors, including the make and model of the vehicle, the type of windshield being installed, and the experience of the technician performing the replacement. In general, however, most windshield replacements can be completed in about 1-2 hours.
The adhesive we use during our windshield replacements will need time to cure and fully set before the vehicle can be driven. This typically takes 2 hours from the time we finish the replacement.

While a small crack or chip in your windshield may not seem like a major issue, it’s important to understand that driving with a cracked windshield can be dangerous. Here are a few reasons why: impaired visibility, Compromised structural integrity, and legal requirements.

Depending on your insurance policy, window and auto glass are typically policy-specific as to whether it is covered under comprehensive or applied to your deductible. We are happy to work with your insurance company to determine if the cost is covered or not.

Here at Raleigh Auto Glass, we specialize and offer Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) windshields, and aftermarket windshields.

OEM windshields are manufactured by the same company that made the original windshield for your vehicle. They are typically considered the highest quality option, as they are designed to meet the exact specifications and requirements of your vehicle’s make and model.

Aftermarket windshields are made by companies other than the original manufacturer of your vehicle. They may be less expensive than OEM windshields, but they may not always meet the same quality standards or be made to the exact same specifications.

Raleigh Auto Glass is fully mobilized and does not currently have a brick and mortar location. We service Wake County, Johnson County, and all surrounding areas.

Absolutely not. All of our tools use coated blades for protecting the paint and vehicle from scratches and other damages.

Yes We Do! All Of Our Labor Includes A Lifetime Warranty And Our Parts Include A 12-month Warranty Due To Manufacturing Defects On Glass Replacements. In Addition, We Offer Lifetime Leaks Guaranteed For Glass Replacements.

Factory-direct pricing means that we source our glass directly from the manufacturer, without involving any distributors or wholesalers. This can benefit you as a consumer in several ways.

First, the pricing is more affordable than purchasing through a distributor or retailer, as there are no additional markups or fees added to the price of the glass.

Second, purchasing auto glass directly from the manufacturer can ensure that you are getting high-quality, genuine glass that is designed to meet the exact specifications and requirements of your vehicle’s make and model.

Finally, factory-direct pricing can often result in faster turnaround times, as there are fewer steps involved in the supply chain. This can be particularly important if you need to replace your windshield quickly due to safety concerns or other reasons.

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Contact us by filling out the form below. For service-related inquires, please include your VIN, Year, Make, & Model. For a more immediate response, please call (919) 888-4888.

Fast, Same Day or Next Day Service!

Our Mobile Windshield Repair & Replacement Pros Will Come To You at No Extra Charge

Servicing Wake County, Johnson County, and surrounding areas.