Eyeglasses Repair and Sunglasses Repair in Houston

Repair & restoration of eyeglasses and sunglasses for residents of Houston

 

“Houston is undoubtedly my showcase city. I saved all my best buildings for Houston.” – Philip Johnson

 

Houston, the “Bayou City”, is an amazing city with plenty of attractions and sights to see. Most people are unaware that Houston ranks #1 in the country for creating new jobs by a huge margin and is home to 26 Fortune 500 companies. With many different ethnicities and cultures living in Houston, it makes it a great city to grab a bite to eat. There is a wide variety of food to choose from ranging from Vietnamese, Mexican, and everything in between. Also, if you enjoy barbecue food then you have definitely come to the right city. If you live in Houston and haven’t been to Goode Company then you’re missing out on some fantastic barbecue food.

Houston has many iconic landmarks such as the Water Wall, JPMorgan Chase Tower, and Williams Tower. Also, it is important to note that Houston does get hot and humid. If you plan on visiting any of these landmarks, (especially in the summer) it is important that you have a pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun.

Here at Eyeglass Repair USA, we have received and fixed eyeglasses and sunglasses from residents all over the Houston area, from Garden Oaks, Spring Branch, Montrose, Washington Corridor, and Pearland.

We can repair frames from dozens and dozens of major brands, including, but not limited to:

 

Prada
Gucci
Cartier
Tom Ford
Versace
Oakley
Ray Ban
Kate Spade
Chanel
Silhouette
Michael Kors
Burberry
Fossil
Tory Burch
Bvlgari
DKNY
Nike
Banana Republic
Cazal
Marc Jacobs
Mykita
Tiffany
Tag Heuer
Dolce & Gabbana

We use precision laser welding to make nearly invisible welds. We will return your glasses to you in such good shape; you will hardly be able to tell they have been repaired at all! The choice is clear: trust Eyeglass Repair USA to make your damaged eyeglasses and sunglasses good as new! Start your repair by picking the type of frame used in your glasses from the links below:

 

Metal
Half-Metal
Frameless
Plastic
Vintage
Sunglasses
Titanium
Wood

 

Click here to begin your eyeglass repair