Some Networks Revise Pricing

Safelite Solutions sent a notice to its shops on Friday, October 26 alerting them of new pricing from many of the networks. “As a result of the implementation of US trade tariffs on imported Chinese glass, Chubb (including its subsidiary ACE Private Risk), Erie and AIG are revising their pricing effective October 29, 2018,” the email stated.

Following is an example of the new pricing for a specific region from each insurer that was mentioned in the Safelite email:

AIG Private Client Group

Part New Price Effective October 29
NAGS Windshield and NAGS Tempered 28.5% Off NAGS List
Labor:

Fast cure urethane

High/Modulus/non conductive urethane

 

 

All other urethanes

 

 

$40 flat per NAGS hour

$20 per NAGS kit quantity

$20: 1 kit

$30: 1.5 kit

$40: 2.0 kit

 

$15 per NAGS kit quantity

Windshield repairs $75 Per Windshield (flat)

Erie Insurance

Part New Price Effective October 29
NAGS Windshield and NAGS Tempered 33% Off (-) NAGS List
Labor:

High/Modulus/non conductive urethane

 

 

Fast cure urethanes

All other urethanes

$40 flat Per NAGS Hour

$30 per NAGS hour

$35: 1 kit

$50: 1.5 kit

$65: 2.0 kit

$20 Per NAGS kit quantity

$15 Per NAGS kit quantity

 

Windshield repairs $75 Per Windshield (flat)

Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

Part New Price Effective October 29
NAGS Windshield and NAGS Tempered 42.5% Off (-) NAGS List
Labor:

High/Modulus/non conductive urethane

 

 

All other urethanes

$40 flat Per NAGS Hour

$20: 1 kit

$30: 1.5 kit

$40: 2.0 kit

 

$15 per NAGS kit quantity

 

Windshield repairs $70 Per Windshield (flat)

What is your feedback on the changes? Post a comment here or email ttaffera@glass.com

 

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2 Responses to Some Networks Revise Pricing

  1. Jerry says:

    Those prices do not reflect the rising costs to do proper installations. Labor and materials should be realistic to promote safe installations and discourage cutting corners. You mention “the networks”. I think you mean insurance companies. Safelite is “the network” and they have little regard for the economic welfare of shops like mine. Which is why I don’t partner with ANY networks. I know what I need to charge, and I know how to collect.

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