I have a Camaro that had the same tint on it for about 7 years. It startted fading and even worse, bubbles started to appear. I found this place after searching on YP.com and decided to just stop in. I was greeted by Shant who attended to me immediately. Shant looked at my car all the way around, told me why I was having the fading and bubbling issues, asked what I wanted to see and offered a few suggestions. He even walked me around his own car, and showed me how his tint turned out as I was looking for something similar. What I really enjoyed about this is that I did not feel pressured to do business at all. I completely felt like he was trying to educate me about different types of tints, the processs that goes into tinting, and what to look for in a good quality job. With this experience alone, I knew that I wanted to do business here. I set an appointment for 2 days later which I had to break to to conflicts with my work schedule. I called Shant and asked for another day and is answer was, "Not a problem. What does your schedule look like and when would you like to bring the car in?" Again, totally felt upressured. I ended up setting my appointment for the following Friday. I dropped the car off that Friday morning, Shant told me it would be ready by noon. I picked up the car and was completly pleased with the quality of work here! I am already planning on taking another one of my cars over in the very near future. My recommendation, do business here. You won't be disappointed!
In response to the complaint posted by ikuda001 on 03/08/08 ,I want to make it clear that this Customer was perfectly clear that Allglass procedure and policies were in repairing a rockchip . When ever a customer bring a vehicle to repair a rockchip or replace a windshield ,Allglass throughly explains what need to be done and what the out come can be.To starting the work ,Allglass requests the customer 's signature acknowledging the work. In this case , Ikuda001 has brought in a vehicle in request to repair a rockchip .This rock chip was an 1/2 inch. and was located near the edge of the windshield .Allglass has explained that there 's always a possibility the rock chip will crack,Ikuda001 has signed the authorized form to do the work. Therefore , this customer cannot blame Allglass for the crack on his windshiled ,knowing that he was well aware and fully understand .
yes, i found this explaination is trueful. i had my 2006 bmw at this location for a rockchip repair last summer (8/2008). and before they repaired my windshield, they have verbally explained the procedures and also handed the rockchip repair form (which explains everything they told me verbally). the repair went pretty well in my case. i didn't need to replace a new windshield. i fell that allglass is very honest and infornt of their workmanship. not to mentioned, they were reffered by Jeff P (service manager) @ Pleasanton BMW dealership. so, I highly recommanded allglass to anyone of needs a windshield replair or replacement.