Windshield Replacement and RepairGreg2019-12-28T05:59:49+00:00
Phoenix Windshield Replacement & Rock Chip Repair
We will repair chips and small cracks in your windshield for free for 1 year after installation of a new windshield. We don’t use cheap gimmicks to trap people into paying higher prices down the line. We offer honest service with fair prices.
Every driver knows the stress of driving down the highway in Phoenix, AZ when suddenly you hear the unmistakable sound of something hitting the windshield.
We accept all insurance for all windshield repairs and replacements. As a preferred insurance provider, we do not offer cheap gimmicks, just long-lasting, quality workmanship and reliable technicians who truly care about attention to detail.
The most common chip and crack damage comes from other vehicles kicking up rocks and debris.
Windshield Repair Quote, with or without insurance.
Windshield Replacement and Repair in Phoenix
Despite the cause of the damage, the most important thing to do is act quickly so your vehicle will keep you safe! Your Windshield is the barrier between you and debris from the streets of Phoenix valley and accounts for 40-70% of the strength of your vehicle.
This was my first time using Reliable Auto Glass to fix 5 chips in my truck windshield. The surface and timeliness was excellent! I would highly recommend this company.
Contact the trusted and proven professionals at Reliable Glass today to keep your windshield safe, protecting you for years to come on the streets of the Phoenix Metro area. We have been voted by many of our customers as one of the best Phoenix auto glass companies.
How Much Does Windshield Replacement Cost In Phoenix?
ABOUT $150 – $330
ABOUT $160 – $290
ABOUT $170 – $295
ABOUT $160 – $310
If your Arizona insurance policy includes windshield replacement, your insurance may leave you with little to no out of pocket expense.
Can You Get A Ticket For A Broken Windshield?
Can police ticket you for having a broken windshield? The short answer is yes. There are some general specifications on what constitutes receiving a ticket, though.
It may vary by state, but generally, a police officer can give you a ticket if the crack is deemed to be impairing your range of sight, thus causing unnecessary increased risk to yourself and other people. Read more about this here.