Have a broken car window that needs replacing? These guys are the best.
Apr 10, 2010
Some jackass recently broke one of the windows on my car to steal a worthless gym bag. I called the dealer to get a quote on replacing the window. The dealer (Toyota), quoted me $460 and 2 days before they'd get the part in to be able to fix the window. Luckily, after that I called All Star Glass. Not only did they have the replacement window in stock (unlike the dealership), but they would come to my home and replace it and it would cost me $290 ($170 less than the dealer). When their repair guy got to my house, he was courteous, did the job quickly, cleaned up all the broken glass, and was on his way. He informed me that the dealership actually uses All Star Glass to do their window replacements jobs and tack on 30-40% and you have to go to the dealership.
If you ever have a window in your car or truck broken. This is the only company you will ever need to call. They have lots of locations throughout California. My local branch is in Gardena and I was extremely satisfied with them.
About a month and a half ago, somebody broke into my wife's car and the passenger side window was broken in the process, so I called the dealer and the dealer quoted me about $600 (parts + labor) to replace the window, I was shocked as how much it is, so I did some research online and found Auto Glass Repair. They have a great tool where you can specify the brand and make of your car, and which window that needs replacing, and it will give you a quote and you can make an appointment from … more
All Star Glass is a company whose goal is to provide it's customers with auto and truck glass repair and replacement service of the highest quality in materials, workmanship, and customer satisfaction.
They offer in store replacement as well as mobile glass repair at your home or office.