From small chip repair to full windshield replacement, window motor repair, and more, we offer full mobile glass service in and around the Dallas metroplex. Choose a service below to learn more about how Glass Genie can help get you back on the road!
RV Window Repair
RV Window Replace
Windshield Chip Repair
Power Window Motor
Windshield Crack Repair
Quarter Panel Glass
Auto Glass Repair
Fix Chip or Crack
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
For most insurance companies, a windshield repair claim falls under the “no fault” category, and therefore can be repaired under your insurance without worrying about rate increases. Windshield damage in this “no fault” category is road hazard damage, acts of nature, and some others. Theft and vandalism are included under the “no fault” clauses of some insurance companies, but may indirectly lead to rate increases over time due to location risk algorithms (number of break-ins in a given neighborhood can cause insurance rates to rise).
Talk to your insurance company about the different options your policy offers. We can also help you file your claim with your insurance company if you prefer.
Stay where you are! We come to you. Glass Genie’s mobile replacement experts come to your location and can replace your broken window, whether it is from vandalism, a car break-in, or road debris. Stop driving around with that fancy trash bag over the window, let us replace your car window today!
Need windshield for 2006 Chevy Silverado within the Dallas area. What’s the price range I am looking at?
Have you tried our quick windshield quote system? We get a quote to you fast for your specific vehicle, so you know exactly how much it will cost to replace your windshield before we come to you. We can even work with your insurance company to get the windshield replacement covered under your policy.
We travel to your location in and outside of Dallas and Fort Worth. We also work in Addison, Arlington, Denton, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Irving, Lewisville, McKinney, North Richland Hills, Plano, and surrounding areas. We come to your location and repair your auto glass!
If it was just a chip but it became a line, is that just a chip repair or do I need the whole windshield replaced? it is about four inches long on passenger side.
When you spot a chip in your windshield, it is important to get chip repair asap so it does not “run” or turn into a line crack, which is what you are experiencing. Rest assured, the line you are describing can be repaired by one of our mobile glass technicians, but the sooner the better. If the crack is too deep or runs too far, it will be unable to be properly repaired and you will end up needing a replacement. Every change in the weather or vibration or bump in the road could send that crack across your whole windshield, so get it repaired fast! Use our quick quote system to find cost and appointment information, and we will send one of our trusted mobile repair specialists to your door!
Don’t let other glass companies tell you it cannot be repaired until you talk to us! Some glass companies don’t have advanced glass repair equipment, and can only repair up to the size of a quarter chip or crack on your windshield. Glass Genie’s specialists can repair chips and crack up to the size of a dollar bill! Let the experts come to you using our free mobile repair crews, but don’t delay!
Aren’t all windshield chip repair companies the same? Why not get my chip repaired in the parking lot of my grocery store while I shop?
The answer to the first question is, definitely not! In recent years, there has been a pop up industry of road-side windshield crack and chip repair. They even sell books on how you can make lots of money starting your own windshield crack repair business and make gobs of money. The truth is, these collapsible stands in parking lots and on the side of the road are similar to your holiday firework stands…here today, gone tomorrow. Customer satisfaction? If they drive off happy, they get paid. Do they even have a phone number to call if there is a problem? Chances are, they don’t, or you cannot find it to register a complaint if they do have a number.
Being flighty on follow-up customer service is not the worst aspect of roadside chip repair. It is the entire repair itself. Most of these companies tout their fast-drying adhesives, many of which do not fully cure before you drive away, which could hinder the performance of the adhesive long-term. They also use cost-cutting and time saving measures to perform the repairs – such as using inferior resin that may “sunburn” or turn a dingy pinkish-brown in a few weeks, or using resin without the proper pit filler which may start to separate out of the chip over the following weeks or months.
Why would they repair with such inferior products and no cost to you? While the common answer is that your insurance covers the repair, which is true in some cases, pop up windshield repair places have also been linked to several stolen identity cases in recent years. By giving your information to an untrustworthy source, you are opening your identity to be stolen. Be wary of any deals that seem too good to be true, they usually are.
Once a chip has been repaired improperly, it is hard to re-repair without further damage. The best idea is to get your windshield chip repaired the right way the first time, saving you money, time and headache, and leaving your chip as invisible as possible with the right repair techniques and products.
Yes. Most chips are only on the outside piece of glass and the structural integrity of the windshield has not been compromised. By repairing these chips as soon as you notice them, the repair keeps those small chips from spreading and turning into stars or cracks in your windshield, possibly needing full replacement.
Your car windshield is comprised on several layers of glass, held together by special resins. If a chip or crack spreads through every layer of your windshield, it must be replaced, as the structural integrity of the glass has been compromised. Your windshield does more than keep bugs off your face while you drive; it is an integral part of the structure of your vehicle and safety system. In the event of a crash, not only does your windshield stop flying debris from entering the passenger area of the vehicle, but it also helps to support the roof in the event of a vehicle rollover.
Windshields that do not do their job of absorbing crash energy and stopping debris can have fatal results. In fact, many fatality accidents could have been avoided if the windshield had held up and been a stronger safety utility. That is why, when replacing your windshield, Glass Genie experts strongly advise replacing with OEM windshields instead of aftermarket windshields. What you save in dollars could cost much more in the event of an accident, including lives. Read more about OEM windshields versus aftermarket windshields in our additional information section.