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02/27/2016
By: Kathy C.
Rock Hard Windshields
Excellent!! The repair turned out just as he explained it would. He was here on time, even ahead of time. He will get all of my future repairs. I highly recommend him!!
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02/04/2016
By: Cody M.
Safelite AutoGlass
Avoid this place at all cost. Safelite damaged my car badly when they were supposed to replace the rear windshield glass. They removed the window trim and after re-installation it scraped against the trunk which deeply gouged the brand new paint down to metal. Then the scumbag sleazeball manager Mark Plano told me it was previous damage. Not only did they chip up the paint on my car, they got black window sealer all over the place. This shop does horrible work and they messed up my brand new paint job. When dealing with the manager Mark in the parking lot, and pointing out the damage that was done in his shop, all he could say was, "We're not liable." He sounded like some sort of broken record, unable to prove he didn't do it. There were paint chips everywhere! This company doesn't give a crap about customers. Now I have to take them to court to recover the money to repair my car. Safelite will cause you the biggest headache you've ever had if you use them for glass replacement.
Tips & Advices
Many companies, both local and nationwide, specialize in automotive glass repair and replacements. Drivers should contact their insurance companies to find glass or auto repair shops in their network.
Windshield damage from anything other than a vehicle collision (including vandalism, storms, fires, and animals) is often covered by optional comprehensive coverage. Drivers should keep in mind that some plans only cover the side and back windows but not the front windshield. Without coverage, drivers must pay the entire cost of repairs or replacements.
Small windshield repairs can be finished in 30 minutes, while windshield replacements take about an hour.
The adhesives used in windshields need at least one hour to cure, so drivers must wait before getting back on the road.  Similarly, drivers should wait at least 24 hours after a windshield repair or replacement before washing their cars. The water and chemicals in the soap can weaken the adhesive. Because of the additional pressure involved, drivers should wait three days after repairs or replacements before going through an automated car wash.
Replacing a windshield costs between $150 and $300 on average.

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