Auto Glass Insurance Program

Windshield Insurance Claims ProgramAhwatukee Windshield Replacement not only is approved but is also accepted by all major insurance companies. It is imperative for you to know that policyholders of Arizona have the right to pick any windshield repair facility you wish to perform the work on your car.

We accept all insurance contract pricing and provide a nationwide lifetime warranty for you complete satisfaction and security. What this means is that there will never be any extra out-of-pocket expenses for your insurance company, or for you. We accept all insurance companies including; State Farm, Farmers, Liberty Mutual, Hartford, Nationwide, Progressive, Esurance, USAA, AAA, Costco, AIG, and many many others.


General questions your insurance will ask when filing an auto glass claim:


What is the person’s name on the policy? (The individual named on the insurance card) Most insurance providers will only accept the claim from the person named on the policy.


What is your insurance policy number? Please be aware that several insurance providers such as State Farm have different policy numbers for each car.


What piece of glass on your car received damages? Example: windshield, vent glass, door glass, back glass or quarter glass, front, rear,drivers side,  or passenger side?


Was there any more damage besides glass? Please be aware if there is body damage or stolen items: You may have to pay your comprehensive deductible, if the answer is yes.


Was anyone hurt because of this auto glass breakage?


Was there a claim filed with your insurance provider? If you only talked to your agent and no claim number was issued, the answer is no.


What was the date of the loss? Please note: Your insurance provider is unable to choose the date. If you do not remember the precise date, choose a date when you suspect the damage could have happened, like when you first saw it, or the day the break spread. Make sure your coverage existed during this time. In addition: If you choose a date, within the last six months or more, your insurance provider may have to look back through the information and it may hold up your claim.


In what state did the breakage occur? Typically, the answer is Arizona.


Is the broken area on the windshield bigger than a dollar bill? Be aware if your answer is yes: Your insurance company may request that you have the auto glass repaired instead of replaced. However, if you want it replaced versus repaired, let your insurance company know this. It is unclear who has the final say; you, your insurance company, Arizona Department of Transportation, or the auto glass repair facility. However, we believe that you pay for the coverage therefore you should have the final say.  Furthermore, the State of Arizona made requiring insurance companies to add this additional coverage at a low cost so that Arizona drivers did not have to drive with broken windshields that impair their vision.

Random Inspections: Please note; that several insurance providers require random windshield inspections before authorization can be given to the auto glass repair facility.