Alfa Romeo Windshield Replacement
At Alfa Auto Glass we love Alfa Romeo! It’s a great name! If you have a broken, cracked or obliterated Alfa Romeo windshield and you’re in Southern California, we can come out to you and replace it. Please call (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment or get a free quote.
Models We Service
|4C Coupe||Giulia Ti||Stelvio Sprint|
|4C Spider||Giulia Veloce||Stelvio Ti|
|8C Competizione||Stelvio Veloce||Tonale|
|Giulia Quadrifoglio||Stelvio Sport|
Unique Windshield Assembly of the Alfa Romeo 4c – We can handle it! (Source)
Alfa Auto Glass Mobile Windshield Replacement Service
We can travel to your home or office and replace your Alfa Romeo windshield or windows on the spot. We service the greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area including Orange County. Give us a call at (714) 323-2672 to get your windshield replacement service started today.
Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Windshield Replacement
We can also service Quadrifoglio brand windshields and windows. There isn’t much difference between regular Alfa Romeo’s and Quadrifoglio (it’s usually just improved engine performance). The glass parts are the same.
Vintage Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo stopped selling cars briefly between the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s. Prior to the mid-1990s there were a small number of Alfa Romeo’s sold in the United States. If you have a pre-1995 Alfa Romeo that needs a new windshield or window, you can call us at (714) 323-2672 and we can see if the required parts are available. Please have your VIN number ready.
Other Alfa Romeo Glass & Windows Services
We do more than replace windshields. We can also replace side mirrors, rear windows, vent glass, and side windows (both passenger and driver side).
Alfa Auto Glass also provides a window calibration service for newer models with ADAS technology.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Q2 Vent Glass
Do You Have Questions About Insurance?
Will my car insurance cover my windshield repair? Will insurance cover a broken rear window?
Depending on your insurance policy, glass repair may be covered. Call your insurance company or contact your agent to find out what your policy covers. You may have to pay a deductible.