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10/14/2014
By: Kayla O.
CONTRACT GLASS SERVICE
Contract Glass's installer showed up early, explained the whole process and helped me with filing a claim with my insurance company. He also acted very detail oriented towards the finishing touches I sat and watched the whole process as he was installing he was polite and professional. I will recommend you guys to my family and friends and co'workers thanks again :) Kay
08/03/2017
By: Wouldntu L.
CONTRACT GLASS SERVICE
Sean did an awesome job. I have a new car and I don't trust anyone with it. He did an amazing job and my car was the same as it was before. But with a new windshield. ���� I highly recommend this place!
10/27/2014
By: Jan W.
CONTRACT GLASS SERVICE
Super Job Sean I love the windshield that you put in Fast and professional while you met my price range thanks again.
01/09/2015
By: Michael M.
CONTRACT GLASS SERVICE
great price and great service. highly recommend them.
Tips & Advices
If you have comprehensive coverage, some - if not all - of the windshield repair and replacement costs are covered by the insurance company. Check with your insurance company to inquire about what they are able to pay. It’s also important to consider the deductible. If the cost of the replacement/repair is greater than the current deductible, the insurance company can cover the difference. But if the repair costs are less than the deductible, you will have to pay the full cost out of pocket.
Generally, most professionals can install a new windshield in around one hour and can make repairs in less than 30 minutes.
Wait 24 hours before entering a car wash with a new or repaired windshield. The high water pressures and cleaning chemicals could damage the windshield adhesive.
Most professional installers advise waiting an hour before driving again with a new or repaired windshield.
The cost of replacing a windshield can vary even more than getting it repaired, because the vehicle’s make and model, not the severity of the crack/chip, determine costs. Newer and higher-end vehicles cost more to have their windshields replaced because certain manufacturers use modified or proprietary glass types.

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