Whether or not to use insurance to replace your windshield depends on several factors, including your insurance policy, the cost of the replacement, and the deductible you would need to pay.
If you have comprehensive insurance coverage, it may cover the cost of replacing your windshield. However, you will typically need to pay a deductible before the insurance coverage kicks in. If the cost of the replacement is lower than your deductible, then it may not be worth filing a claim with your insurance company.
On the other hand, if the cost of the replacement is higher than your deductible, it may make sense to file a claim with your insurance company. Keep in mind that filing a claim may cause your insurance rates to increase, so it's important to weigh the potential long-term cost against the immediate savings. Ultimately, the decision to use your insurance to replace your windshield is a personal one, and it's important to carefully consider all the factors before making a choice.
Glass America is happy to file your insurance claim for you! We understand the insurance billing process and we have an outstanding reputation with insurance companies and agents throughout the country. We handle all the insurance payment and reimbursement paperwork and make sure your claim is processed properly and expeditiously.
Even if your insurance company refers you to a specific auto glass company, you have the right to choose the best company for you. We have locations throughout the country, use the highest quality materials and offer a lifetime workmanship warranty. Our experience takes the guesswork out of the insurance claims process.