Safelite Auto Glass was very fast, very courteous, and so helpful. I went into the shop prepared to pay for my chip repair service, but the lady behind in the office was certain this should be covered by my insurance (even though I had already called and checked with my insurance company). Turns out, I didn't communicate clearly when I spoke with my insurance company and the entire service WAS FREE. Safelite's warranty is out of this world.! IF the repair ever cracks and further repair cannot be accomplished, they will pay the amount you paid for the repair towards a replacement windshield (or the amount the insurance company covered...) I would go back to Safelite if I ever had another issue with my windshield or other car windows, and I would highly recommend them to family and friends!
1300 N May AveOklahoma City, OK 73107
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It was as good as it could be. First, ANY service business SHOULD be over run with work so TIME will be something that can vary from hour to hour. I made an appointment in the morning for that afternoon, showed up on time, two others were already waiting, shop was busy, but mine was brought in at the first opportunity, mine was just a windshield and it was done in about an hour. They transferred my parking decals and toll tag perfectly and installation was as good as I could have asked. Since mine was paid by insurance I only had to pay my deductible so the price was never an issue, but what I got was worth whatever I would have paid. Staff was as courteous as I could have asked, work was as good as I could have asked.
I had work scheduled. The day they were to do the work the worker said the measurments were wrong and the door would not fit. He said someone would call me later that day to set up another time. After about a week and a half I called and they scheduled another time. When the worker came back out (after getting an estimate for the work and the worker reviewing what was needed on the day he came out) they did not have all the material they needed. He ended up putting a new door in and placing the old rotted seal back up around the door, filling rotted out areas it with cement. Got a new door with a ruff, nesty looking door seal. Everyone notices it.