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Mobile Auto Glass Solutions in Trabuco Canyon, California is the company to contact when you have noticed that crack in your windshield continuing to spread. Dial 714-422-0080 to schedule an appointment for windshield crack repairs or complete auto glass replacement for your damaged front window. With our team, you can be sure that your car windows will be in good hands.
Has your windshield recently been damaged by a kicked up rock on the freeway? If it has, you need fast and quality Mobile Auto Glass Solutions, auto glass repair to ensure that you are protected in your car or truck while you are on the road. If repairs will not sufficiently handle the damage, we will also provide you with complete on site windshield replacement. When you choose our company to perform your windshield repairs or service to your other car windows, you can rest assured knowing you will drive with strengthened windows fully able to protect you.
Call Mobile Auto Glass Solutions in Trabuco Canyon, California when you need fast and quality service to any of your car windows. Set up an appointment with our team by dialing 714-422-0080 today. We can also provide you service on Saturdays, just simply call to make your service appointment now.
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Trabuco Canyon is a small, affluent unincorporated community located in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains in eastern Orange County, California, and lies partly within the Cleveland National Forest.
Trabuco Canyon is north of the town of Rancho Santa Margarita. Plano Trabuco Road leads from the top of the canyon south to Rancho Santa Margarita.
Trabuco is Spanish for blunderbuss, a type of shotgun. Some credit a Franciscan friar traveling with the Gaspar de Portolà Expedition in 1769 with the story that a blunderbuss was lost in the canyon, after which the area was named. John (Don Juan) Forster received a Mexican land grant in 1846 and established Rancho Trabuco. The grant was bordered by Rancho Cañada de los Alisos on the west, and by Rancho Mission Viejo on the east.
Trabuco Canyon was the site of attempts to mine tin in the early 1900s. Mining remains from this activity include: tunnels into the sides of the canyon (closed for public safety); the stone foundation of an ore-processing stamp mill; and several dams on the creek.
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