Windshield Rock Chip Repair
Repairs are $60 for the first repair and $15 for the second and $10 for each additional repair. We can also bill your insurance company if you prefer.
Please read both disclosures below to understand what to expect during and after the repair process is completed. If you schedule a rock chip repair with Window Tint King it is assumed that you have read these, understand them and agree with them.
All repairs are performed after signing a form stating:
“I the undersigned, authorize my insurance company to pay Window Tint King for all parts and services listed on this invoice. If my insurance company refuses to pay for part or all of the total cost of these parts and services, I understand that I am responsible and agree to pay these charges. If I do not have insurance coverage, I agree to pay in full at the time service is rendered unless prior arrangements have been made with Window Tint King. Due to the process of using pressure and vacuum cycles to repair laminated glass and the unstable properties of broken glass, the damaged area may develop additional cracks or existing cracks may increase in length. This problem is very rare and occurs in less than .1% of all windshield repairs performed using the Windshield Repair System. Our liability is limited to a refund of any amount charged for the attempted repair. I have been instructed as to the expectations; warranties and disclaimers involved with windshield repair and understand these policies regarding these matters. Signing below indicates that you have read and agree to the terms set herein.”
Appearance AFTER the Repair (Not a cosmetic fix)
It’s important to understand that a successful repair DOES NOT mean the rock chip repair will become invisible or improve significantly in appearance. The process for windshield rock chip repair is primarily a structural repair. The cosmetic appearance AFTER the repair is not a reflection of whether or not the repair was successful. With that being said, the repaired chip may also disappear almost completely. This is what we try to do. But there really is no way to know what the repair’s appearance will be until the process is complete.