210 Calle Guayama, San Juan, 00917, Puerto Rico
210 Calle Guayama San Juan PR
Monday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PMOpen now
Friday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
About the business
Cano Auto Glass | Automóviles | Cristales | Hato Rey | PR
Surtido completo de cristales para toda clase de automóviles. Autos americanos, europeos, japoneses y Coreanos.
Reviews for Cano Auto Glass
Be the first to write a review for Cano Auto Glass. Start your review today
Recent Google Reviews
Nicky Wayne said 4 years ago
Trabajan super rápido. Lo que no me agrado fue que uno de los empleados puso en duda lo que el cliente contesta ante una pregunta. Creo es de mal gusto. De lo demás todo bien.
Ricardo Camacho Rivera said 4 years ago
Buena atencion y servicio rapido y muy confiado
Zulma Landrau said 4 years ago
Tremendo lugar económico para la instalación de cristales.
Carlos Figueroa said 4 years ago
Un trabajo rápido y económico.
orlando castro said 4 years ago
Son rápidos y limpios
Find More Auto Insurance Agency's in San Juan
Latest News Headlines
Technology continues to make personal banking easier. By 2014 more than half of smartphone owners were using mobile banking. In an age when you can transfer funds with a fingerprint, how do you keep that personal relationship between a customer and a
Journalist Ketevan Kardava was at the check-in area inside the Brussels Airport when the bombs went off Tuesday. She was just feet from an attacker. In less than two minutes, she took photographs that became symbols of the terror attacks in Belgium.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz picked up an important endorsement from his former rival, Jeb Bush. He is also celebrating a win in Utah's caucuses. But Cruz is facing a backlash over his proposal to target Muslim Americans after the Brussels
Stepped up security in the wake of the Brussels attacks could be the new normal at airports across the U.S. The pair of explosions at Brussels Airport happened near the check-in desks in the departures hall. That's outside the more secure area where
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has said he respects the U.S. decision to withdraw by Sept. 11 of this year.
President Obama is in Argentina Wednesday for a state visit. The two-day trip follows the president's historic trip to Cuba, where he took in a baseball game. An image Tuesday showed the president seated next to Cuban President Raul Castro hours after the