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11/06/2017
By: Andy G.
A Good Auto Glass LLC
They are very professional and great at what they do! Took $20 off because it was my first time using them!
09/27/2017
By: Robevra S.
Juan's Auto Glass
I went their today to replace my front windshield , they replaced it with another one that was cracked and damaged. The person in charged said you could hardly see it and wouldn't replace it, I wouldn't recommend anyone to go their because you are buying another cracked windshield.
07/10/2017
By: K M.
Bobbitt Glass Co.
Dishonest bait and switch pricing. I contacted Bobbitt Glass to find out what it would cost to replace some 14"x19" single layer panes in a historical building. Three had to be replaced as there were holes in them. Others were just cracked. I asked what it would cost per pane to decide if I should use them and how many to replace. I was told that it would be "fourteen each for materials and thirteen sixty five for labor." I had 14 panes replaced thinking this was a reasonable per pane price. When I received the paid invoice it was for $1,669.78 Their explanation is that by $13.65 they meant $1,365. When you ask for a price per pane and the prices are presented as they were, anyone would assume the price was $13.65. I asked them if they would inform customers in the future of the total out the door price and was told that they would not. When I asked for a good faith discount they refused. This is simple glass installed with glazing caulk. They claim they charge $125 per pane, though this number was never discussed with me. And at any rate, I would never have paid this. It takes only a few minutes to chisel out the old glazing and install new. I could easily have gotten glass and installed it myself. At first I thought this was a comedy of errors but given their aggressive response in my communications with them and the negative reviews by other customers, I now suspect I was intentionally misled.
07/10/2017
By: K M.
Bobbitt Glass
Dishonest bait and switch pricing. I contacted Bobbitt Glass to find out what it would cost to replace some 14"x19" single layer panes in a historical building. Three had to be replaced as there were holes in them. Others were just cracked. I asked what it would cost per pane to decide if I should use them and how many to replace. I was told that it would be "fourteen each for materials and thirteen sixty five for labor." I had 14 panes replaced thinking this was a reasonable per pane price. When I received the paid invoice it was for $1,669.78 Their explanation is that by $13.65 they meant $1,365. When you ask for a price per pane and the prices are presented as they were, anyone would assume the price was $13.65. I asked them if they would inform customers in the future of the total out the door price and was told that they would not. When I asked for a good faith discount they refused. This is simple glass installed with glazing caulk. They claim they charge $125 per pane, though this number was never discussed with me. And at any rate, I would never have paid this. It takes only a few minutes to chisel out the old glazing, put the new glass in place, and hold it there with the glazing caulk. At first I thought this was a comedy of errors but given their aggressive response in my communications with them and the negative reviews by other customers, I now suspect I was intentionally misled. Be sure to read the negative reviews below in addition to this one. I wish I had.
05/31/2017
By: Prabhat S.
Glass Doctor of Houston
There are more than 100 windows companies in Houston area and I got estimates from 9 of them almost wasted 3 weekends on all this, we did a thorough research on their promises/claims and ultimately realized that they all are bunch of liars and working only for their best interest. Some of them had good reputation but were expensive for same material, some had poor product quality with tall claims, but most of them had a very bad after sales services.I spent my time and energy in pursuance of a company who keeps clients and their reputation before profit margins.... “Glass Doctor of Houston” is that company for me.John was very accommodative and realistic about our project timelines and its cost-. One of the best competitive rates for dual pane high energy efficient windows and on top of that with Impact-Resistant glasses. I was sold out by John’s honesty and company’s warranty (he signed contract for that). John has gone extra mile in making sure that project is turning out the way we wanted it to be, very professional. John and his company “Glass Doctor of Houston” reaffirm my faith in businesses with good business practice. I can’t express in words how much I respect and recommend them to everyone.
05/05/2017
By: Joel S.
Allstar Glass Corporation
I have used Allstar since the early 90's and trust them with all my glass needs. They have worked on all my vehicles.
05/04/2017
By: Irene L.
Allstar Glass Corporation
My name is Irene. I live in Richmond, Texas. I needed a back glass in my vehicle and I called Safelite Advantage and got a quote. The next day I called to make an appointment and they told me they would not honor my quote, someone had given me a wrong price. I argued that wasn't my problem.I immediately found Allstar Glass on internet and called them and spoke to Stan, the scheduler. He made me an appointment the next day and the installers even came to my home. Safelite would have charged additional for coming to my home.The next morning at the exact time Allstar made my appointment, Mike and Richard, the installer's, showed up. It took them less than 30 minutes and they were most professional and polite.I will never use anyone else for any of my glass needs but Allstar Glass at 5138 Hwy 6N, Houston.You can count on Stan, Mike, and Richard to follow up to make sure you are completely satisfied with their work.They are first class and I highly recommend them for any glass needs you may have.
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05/03/2017
By: texasmama32
A1 Auto Glass
I can’t give zero stars or I would.I have replaced windshields many many times and have NEVER had these issues. They came to my work, which was convenient and gave me a competitive price but BEWARE. After installation there is glass and black glue all over the inside of my vehicle and gaps and over laps of the seals around my windshield. I contact them and they say they will be out at 8am tomorrow to fix it. at 1:30pm when they show up and tech blames every single thing on the "last guy", aside from being immature, this is YOUR work now. Anyway I have to rush now and don’t notice until I get home that there is still gaps in the seals all the way around. Under the hood there is a seal bolt completely gone on one said and cracked on the other side. DO NOT USE THIS PLACE, unless you like shotty work and headaches.
11/17/2016
By: Billy L.
Juan's Auto Glass
Took my vehicle to have a new windshield put in after leaving I discovered that my ashtray had been cleaned out I had approximately $25 in bills and change also they left a vibration rubber off that prevents my rearview mirror from vibrating I would not recommend this to my friends unless you just want a windshield and and don't care about the service
10/31/2016
By: David S.
A Advanced Auto Glass
They were $50 cheaper than 4 other companies I called and they actually came out to my job to fix my windshield.
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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