I had a rip in my window tint.

I had just had the window tint done on my car, when a storm went through out area.

There were downed trees, and debris laying everywhere.

We had several branches come down on the car and the house, but there didn’t seem to be any insurance damage. A few scratches and lifted roof tiles, was easily fixed by my fiance. I didn’t think anything about the car. The few branches that covered it, were so small, I didn’t think they would be able to do cosmetic damage, let alone put any dents. I wasn’t counting on what those sharp little branches could do to the new window tint I had just had installed. There was a large rip going across the window shield and smaller scratches and rips in the window on the driver’s side window tint. I almost cried; I was so angry. My car insurance wouldn’t pay for the damage, and even though we had homeowner’s insurance, they wouldn’t pay for the damage. I had to remove the damaged window tint, and take it to the home center and purchase window tint that was identical to this one. I didn’t want the windshield and driver’s side glass be a different color than the rest of the windows. I couldn’t afford to have the entire done again. My fiance went to the home center with me, and he told them what happened. It was less than a week since we had installed the window tint so they put it under warranty. He stated I had a defective product and replaced the window tint for free.

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