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    Houston-Based Patsco Provides Free Repair of Windshields

     

    Tell us your storyMay 28, 2014

     

    Patsco Windshield Repair Houston.
    Free with approved insurance, considered no fault.
    Fast, 15 minutes.

     

    Houston, TX – A windshield repair special offer has been announced by Patsco Windshield Repair, a Houston-based windshield servicing company. New and existing customers are offered free repair of windshield cracks at no charge and in as little as 15-20 minutes, with approved insurance. Repair for chips and cracks up to 24 inches long are generally covered expenses by most insurance companies.

     

    Cracks the size of a dollar bill, up to about 6 inches in length are most easily repairable; however, waiting until a crack becomes longer than that may make a repair more difficult and more costly to repair. Take advantage of this special offer and prevent the eventual need for a total windshield replacement, once cracks become too long to repair.

     

    Patsco Windshield Repair is staffed by professionals who are committed to making windshield chip or crack repairs an easy and hassle-free experience for their customers. They’ll even process insurance-related paperwork for you and an appointment is never required. Free consultations by friendly staff are guaranteed. For those paying out-of-pocket without insurance covering the cost of Patsco’s windshield repair, a 50% off coupon is currently available.

     

    Don’t wait until chips or cracks in your windshield spread and damage your entire windshield, making a total windshield replacement the only available option. To prevent more costly damage and to ensure driver visibility and safety, repairing cracks early can help retain the structural strength a windshield provides to your vehicle. Windshields provide as much as 35% of a vehicle’s structural strength. A damaged windshield might also impair or deteriorate wiper blades. An unsightly windshield blemish from a crack or chip is easy to remedy with Patsco’s fast and free repair service.

     

    Repair your windshield with confidence at Patsco’s Windshield Repair. Their work is guaranteed to pass inspection and prevent spreading of chips and cracks, or your money back. Warranties on Patsco’s work are conveniently applicable at any of their auto glass locations in the greater Houston area and at many locations throughout Texas.

     

    About Patsco Windshield Repair
    Since 1995, Patsco Windshield Repair as been a family owned and operated business serving the greater Houston area. With over 18 years of experience, Patsco serves their customers with the same care they would give their own family. Patsco places superior importance on using quality materials and ensuring their work enhances the safety of their customers. Availability of professional staff and complete customer satisfaction are always guaranteed.

     

    For your convenience, Patsco has nine locations. Find the location nearest you by visiting their website: http://www.PatscoWindshieldRepair.com. For questions or additional information, call (281) 608-8450 or email Patrick@PatscoWindshieldRepair.com.

     

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    Media Contact:
    (281) 608-8450
    Patrick@PatscoWindshieldRepair.com
    http://www.PatscoWindshieldRepair.com

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