Glass Doctor of North Texas Earns National Accreditation

The Glass Doctor of North Texas franchise is pleased to announce that it has earned accreditation by the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council, Inc. (AGRSS).

Glass Doctor of North Texas has agreed to adhere to the AGRSS standard, making it one of the elite shops listed on the exclusive AGRSS Web site,“Our goal is to provide the highest quality service for our customers, so we are excited and honored to be in this select group of glass shops,” said Larry Patterson of the Glass Doctor of North Texas franchise.By registering with AGRSS, the Glass Doctor of North Texas franchise has agreed to comply with the nationally recognized AGRSS standard for windshield replacement. “The windshield is an integral part of the structural integrity of any car,” Patterson said. “People don’t realize how much of a safety concern proper windshield replacement is.Anyone having auto glass replaced should look for an AGRSS-registered shop.”

AGRSS is an accredited American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-standards development organization. It has developed the world’s only auto glass replacement safety standard, the AGRSS standard (ANSI/AGRSS 002-2002 Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard). The AGRSS Standard addresses procedures, education and product performance.

The Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the safe replacement of auto glass. AGRSS was founded and is supported by companies in the auto glass replacement industry that keep safe installations as their primary goal.

600450 Glass Doctor of North Texas Earns National Accreditation
Date: 13 January 2009

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