Fix your chipped windshield for free

If you have comprehensive coverage, sometimes known as other than collision coverage, on your vehicle, you have coverage for a chipped or broken windshield. A bad break will require that your windshield be replaced. In that case, you will pay the comprehensive deductible, and your insurance policy will pay the rest. In the case of a smaller chip that is able to be repaired, most insurance companies will waive the deductible and fix your chipped windshield for free.

According to Portland Glass, if the chip in your windshield meets certain criteria, it may be able to be repaired.  A repair is permanent, will stop the spread of damage, and takes less than 45 minutes!

Contact us to see if you have coverage for windshield repairs!

To report a windshield claim, find your company at this link and give them a call.

Chipped windshield fix free

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F.A. Peabody knows every customer is different, so we have worked tirelessly to offer a diverse product line and educate our Maine insurance specialists to better serve you! Founded in 1927 we have been offering this personal touch to all of our clients for over 90 years. F.A. Peabody is more than just a Maine insurance agency. F.A. Peabody agents are Maine insurance specialists offering personal and commercial insurance products, niche insurance lines such as affinity plans, trucking, and logging insurance, group benefits, and bonding. Because of our wide selection and 10 locations throughout the state of Maine, we can better serve our wide variety of customers.

The F. A. Peabody Company (FAPCO), a privately held, family corporation, has roots dating back to 1927 in the town of Houlton. Frank Allen Peabody started the business as a property-casualty insurance agency, but in recent years it has expanded to include the sale of life, health and group benefits, third party administration, and broadband internet services. FAPCO’s mission statement genuinely depicts its culture and business outlook. Although written for the insurance division specifically, these creeds apply equally to all subsidiary operations.