Have you ever driven up to a drive-thru only to find out that your window wouldn’t let down? It’s actually a common problem, but many people don’t get it repaired because it can cost so much.
I found a company that can fix that window for a great price. They are called Power Window Repair and they actually come to you to fix your window and, in many cases, they are done within an hour. But the best part I found about this company is they are affordable.
We compared several window regulator repairs and found them to be about half off of what you would pay at the dealership and other repair shops.
For example, we looked at the price to fix the front driver window regulator for a 2005 Mercedes C230 Kompressor Sedan. At a local dealership, the cost was $417 plus taxes. At Power Window Repair, the cost is $213 and that includes taxes, plus they come to you. They also have a one-year warranty on their parts and labor.
The owner tells us the reason they are able to charge so much less is because they don’t have to order new parts--they manufacture their own. They tell us that most vehicles come with plastic parts and they rebuild the parts with metal to make them last longer.
Regardless of who you use for car repairs, be sure to do your research. You don’t know if you’re getting a good deal unless you know what the repair is supposed to cost.
I’ve include a few links to help you research: