Wiper Blades

Service Description
The rubber edges, also called the “windshield blades,” act as a squeegee to clear rain and snow from your windshield. With age and use, the blade gets stiff and cracked. It may leave a thin film or streaks on your windshield. When this happens, it's hard to see clearly—and it's time to replace your windshield wipers.

Included in your service:

  • Assist in selection of wiper blades
  • Removal of old wiper blades
  • Installation of new wiper blades

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