Price to Fix a Windshield Houston Auto Glass Repair Quotes

Our repair shop charges $20 to fix a chip a crack will cost you $30.Get a free estimate on windshield repair Houston.No replacement quotes or insurance jobs.

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Price to Fix a Windshield Houston Auto Glass Repair Quotes
Price to Fix a Windshield Houston Auto Glass Repair Quotes

List of prices to repair a windshield in Houston, TX

To fix a chipped or cracked windshield in Houston Texas at our auto glass repair shop. These quotes are for any car, truck or SUV. If we have to climb up on a ladder or stand on the engine of a semi trucks or big motor homes. There will be an additional charge for service.

Windshield Rock Chip Repair Price Quotes

  • The price for 1 rock chip repair is $20.00
  • Price on 2 or 3 rock chips is $30.00
  • To fix 4 chips the cost is $40.00
  • When you have 5 or more rock chips to repair the price is $50.00
  • Each additional chip is $10

Windshield Crack Repair Price Quotes

  • A 6 inch windshield crack repair is priced at $30.00
  • Cost of a windshield crack up to 36 inches is only $30.00
  • When you have 2 cracks the additional crack is $20 more

Free Auto Glass Repair Quote Over Text

What we need to know the age of damages, size of the damage width and length. Also you can text us a picture of your chip or crack. The more information we have the better we can evaluate the auto glass repair quote. We can text you back with a price and additional information depending on the situation.

If you can’t visit our location in Houston and want us to come to you, mobile windshield repair service is $100 extra.

How Much Does It Cost For Mobile Service?

Best Windshield Repair Houston

Mobile windshield repair service: ​I have seen prices in excess of a $100 from some large and small auto glass shops. You can pay extra for mobile service too. You can use your auto insurance at no cost right now, but does that mean it’s free, no of coarse not. Your insurance company is paying 2 to 5 times more for the repair so it’s probably going to cost you more in the long run.