Trusted Auto Glass Company Moves to New Location in Dallas


Business is also expanding to include auto body repair, automotive upholstery repair, and auto body paint.

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Nov 12, 2015 /prREACH/ -- Low Price Auto Glass Upholstery Body and Paint Company has moved from their old location after 14 years. The new location is at 2343 Quarry Street in Dallas, Texas. The move allows the company to expand services into auto body repair, automotive upholstery repair, and auto body paint.

More Americans are holding onto their cars for longer periods. According to new data from IHS Automotive, the average age of vehicles on the road is up to 11 ½ years now. Older cars on the road means the need for services such as those offered by Low Price Auto Glass Upholstery Body and Paint. By moving to a larger, better, convenient location, Low Price Auto can now offer one stop service for customers’ auto needs in body, upholstery, and paint.

The recession was an initial factor in consumers holding onto their cars longer. Many drivers do not have the cash nor could they afford the price of a new vehicle. The quality of cars built in the last 20 years has also improved allowing drivers to use their vehicles longer. Michael Pollack of Low Price Auto believes many people are fixing dents and using new paint and upholstery to keep their older cars looking good on the road for extended periods.

Low Price Auto has been a leader in power window repair and windshield replacement. They answered their clients’ needs to offer services in auto body, paint and upholster with their team of trained professionals. They offer various brands, options, and prices to fix the car with a lifetime warranty on labor on all makes and models of cars and trucks.

Low Price Auto Glass Upholstery Body and Paint serves all of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex area and offer a free mobile service within a 15 mile radius of their location for auto glass repair, with many times  completed work in the same day.

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Michael Pollack

“By updating cars with new paint or fixing dents, and upholstery, cars can continue to look good since they remain on the road longer. We saw the need to expand into these areas of automotive care."
- Michael Pollack
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