Spring TX Auto Glass Shop Reaches 1000 Customer Reviews, 5 Star Rating

7 Stars Auto Glass has certainly found the secret to providing great customer service paired with unbeatable prices, and now 1000 satisfied customers have said so!

Spring, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Congratulations to 7 Stars Auto Glass, 4650 FM 2920 in Spring, Texas 77388, for hitting a huge milestone of 1000 customer reviews, and doing it with a solid 5-Star rating! They have served the Spring and north Houston area for over 5 years, developing a satisfied and loyal customer base.

More information about services and reviews is available at http://www.7StarsAutoGlassTX.com. When you call to check prices and scheduling (281-355-7777), you will most likely talk with Leevr Yalda, the owner. Be sure to congratulate him on hitting his “1000 reviews” mark.

Leevr attributes his success to holding to his business creed: “I believe that to succeed in business in today’s marketplace, you need a good product and even better customer service. I provide a great product at a very competitive price, but I excel in making my customers happy. You just can’t underestimate the future value of satisfied customers!”

7 Stars Auto Glass offers window crack and chip repair, auto glass replacement for both domestic and foreign cars and trucks (including RVs and large trucks), window tinting, custom window work (plexiglass), headlight restoration, and power window regulator replacement. They offer same day service on most all repairs, and even work to accommodate customers by coming to them with their mobile service.

As Derrick Brown, a satisfied customer, recently stated in an online video review: “What can I say about Mr. Leevr. . . I called him as I was driving home from downtown in traffic and told him that I needed a new front window. He took my information about my car, checked to see if he had it in stock, and quoted the price and told me about his product and warranty. He then told me to feel free to shop around before I made a decision…. I decided to stop by since it was on my way home. And he offered to take me home and pick me up once my Truck was finished…. And the rest is history….. :):):):)”. The full review video is available at

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Contact Info:
Name: Leevr Yalda
Organization: 7 Stars Auto Glass
Address: 4650 FM 2920, Spring, TX 77388, United States
Phone: +1-281-355-7777

For more information, please visit http://www.7starsautoglasstx.com

Source: PressCable

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