Liberty Auto Glass in Fayetteville, NC with Reviews -
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By: Brian F.
Metz Auto Glass
This company has serviced me several times including repairs to my car windows, and now that I'm selling the house they're probably fixing the broken glass in the house window. The car rearwindow including the element for the rear defroster was broken. They fixed it for less than half of what it would've cost at the Toyota dealership in fayetteville.
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By: Jack D.
Metz Auto Glass
If I could give Metz zero stars I would. After inspecting my car window they ordered a part from the dealer only to tell me days later that they couldn't install it and I would have to go to the dealer. Once at the dealer, I find that Metz lost parts to the car that cannot be ordered but only found in a junk yard. Metz also told me that two parts had to be ordered because they didn't come separately only to find that they DO come separately from the same supplier they used and they sold me a part that I didn't need. I am thoroughly dissatisfied.
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By: Shawntika W.
Cox Joe Glass Sales & Service Inc
No stars. Told them what was wrong and said it wasnt, sat for hours to be told it was going to take more work then to be also told that the car was going to be fixed by what i told them in the first place and did not put my car back together right and put glue all over a part to "fix it". Never again
By: ambergay
Auto Glass Now
I had my windshield replaced in may/june timeframe and just recently (first week of january) we had a rain water in our passenger floor board. After investigation we discovered it was the windshield. They 'fixed' it, but not even 3 days later we found rain water in the floor board again. I called them this saturday and they claim they are closed, yet they dont close for another 2 hours. I guess they dont want to fix their problem.
By: Libby W.
Auto Glass Now
Repeat customer, best prices and always good customer service. For all your window needs come here. You won't be disappointed.
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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