Still River, MA
MOBILE AUTO GLASS
Windshield Repair and Replacement
at your Home, Office, or in our Shop.
Still River, MA
Mon – Fri: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: By Appointment
24/7 Online Scheduling
Windshield Repair and Replacement in
Still River, MA
When your windshield cracks unexpectedly, call Allstate Glass™ for the FASTEST Still River windshield repair and replacement. Our auto glass technicians will come directly to your home or office with our free mobile service. Complete service usually takes less than an hour. Schedule us 24/7 by clicking the green button above to have your car’s glass fixed when you’re at work or home. All windshields and auto glass repairs are guaranteed for vehicle lease turn-backs and MA state inspections.
Don’t know how to start? Confused on the process?
No Problem! We get that a lot. Give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist. In most cases, you can contact us first and we’ll take care of all the Insurance hassle. Don’t worry! We take almost all insurance. When we speak we’ll figure everything out very quickly so you can get back to more important things.
Our Windshield Repair Process:
Step 1: Assess Damage
Don’t give up on your cracked or chipped windshield until we assess the damage. We tackle the tried-and-true break types better than anyone, but we really shine when coming up with creative solutions to complex cracks.
Step 2: Think Repair First, Then Replace
Most auto glass providers see no difference between repair and replacement. A job is a job for them. But we know unnecessary replacements mean your wallet and the environment pick up the slack.
Step 3: Make An Appointment
Nobody has time to worry about their windshield. You just want your car to be safe and ready to drive. That’s why we make it easy to find your local Allstate Glass provider and dispatch us to your location.
1. How much does a windshield replacement cost?
At Allstate Auto Glass, we will give you an honest assessment of your windshield damage to let you know whether we should go ahead with a repair or should look at a replacement. Our technicians are highly trained, certified, and qualified in the industry and are always willing to give you a fair price quote for your replacement.
2. Do I have to use the auto glass shop that the insurance company tells me to use?
No, it is your choice where you have your vehicle repaired.
3. If I do not use the auto body shop recommended by the insurance company will my repairs be warrantied?
Yes, we warranty your auto glass repairs and refinish for as long as you own your vehicle.
4. Do I need three estimates?
No. According to Massachusetts State Law, your only obligation is to choose the shop of your choice, and inform the insurance company where the vehicle is going to be repaired.
5. When do I have to pay my deductible?
If you are required to pay a deductible, it will have to be paid to Allstate Glass when the vehicle is completed and ready to be picked up.
6. What form of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Mastercard, Visa, Money Orders, and Insurance checks.
7. Do you offer rental car assistance?
Yes. If you have rental car coverage through your insurance, it will be applied. If you do not have rental car coverage, we can direct you to our local partner.
8. If going through insurance does the insurance company pay the windshield shop for the repairs?
Yes, we are able to bill insurance companies directly on your behalf. A “Direction of Pay” form that you will sign authorizes our shop to collect payment from your insurance company. If your insurance company pays us directly, you will be responsible for paying us the deductible portion of the repair bill when you pick up your vehicle.
9. Does my windshield need to be repaired or replaced?
When cracks in your windshield are smaller than a quarter, they can usually be repaired. Any crack larger than that will require a full windshield replacement. However, it’s worth noting that every chip is unique and if you feel unsure, it’s better to trust the repair vs. replace decision to a professional.
10. How long does it take?
The typical replacement takes about an hour then the car needs to sit while the adhesive cures. Drive away times are 2 to 4 hours depending on ambient conditions.
11. What about windshield attachments?
We will transfer all windshield attachments including factory attachments and items such as EZ-PASS.
12. What if my insurance company won’t cover OEM glass?
We can still use the OEM glass for your car, however, you will be responsible for the difference in price between the OEM and approved aftermarket glass.
13. Do you provide a Guarantee?
We guarantee the workmanship on all glass replacements for the life of the vehicle. We guarantee repairs not to spread. If a repair were to fail and a crack spreads, we will deduct the price of the repair from the cost of the replacement glass.
14. How can I start the process?
If your windshield is damaged in any way, call Allstate Auto Glass today at (781) 331-3344 (headquarters) and one of our representatives will be more than happy to give you a price, answer your questions and schedule your service. Our glass professionals are highly trained and qualified to get your windshield fixed in a small amount of time, leaving you with the rest of your day at hand. In fact, if it is inconvenient for you to come to us, we will come to you.
Windshield Replacement — Allstate Glass
Still River is a village located on the west side of the town of Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States.
Noted for its views of Mount Wachusett, Still River is home to Saint Benedict Abbey, St. Benedict Center, Harvard Historical Society, Willard Farm Stand, various hills, meadows, and wetlands.
The zip code is 01467.
Father Leonard Feeney was a Jesuit priest who held to a literal interpretation of the doctrine “Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus” (or “outside the Church there is no salvation”). Feeney was excommunicated in 1953. Under the direction of Feeney, Catherine Goddard Clarke and others organized into a group called the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, an unofficial Catholic entity. In January 1958, the community moved from Cambridge to the town of Harvard. Eventually, The original community split into several groups: the Benedictines, the Sisters of Saint Ann’s House and Sisters of St. Benedict’s center, Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. A further split later occurred with some members of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary leaving to establish a separate group in New Hampshire.
A branch of the Saint Benedict Center is located in Still River, on the west side of the town of Harvard.