Is it a Sizable Break or a Small Chip?
In case your window has a chip that looks like a bull's-eye, a B.B. chip or a flowered chip, then an epoxy resin could be a straightforward quick fix in order to save you money, which could either be performed by a repair technician or by yourself, at your house, with a window repair kit.
If you're able to run your fingernail across the crack and it doesn't get snagged, and when the chip is less than 1-inch, then a lower viscosity window resin works extremely well in the repair process, meaning if you're comfortable restoring your windshield yourself, an at home repair kit will be all you need.
If you have spider web cracks or any surface area damage greater than an inch, you'll most likely need to replace your entire window to stop the glass from splintering more. If you're uncertain of your windshield repair needs, call Lithia Chevrolet of Redding at (530) 962-5560 and schedule an appointment to have our certified Chevrolet mechanics take a look.