There was poor communication about the replacement. First, I didn't think the correct windshield was installed because the description on the invoice listed more features than what was installed in my car model. A quick explanation of that would have been preferred when I picked up my car, than via a phone call the next day.
Then there were wires and devices that were hanging behind my rear view mirror that were never there before. I was so paranoid something was wrong, that I took my vehicle to the dealership for them to inspect. There was no care taken at all in the replacement by Safelite. There is a wire management track attached to the rear view mirror that the wires were supposed to be in. The dealership snapped off the cover and put the wires back in. The other device I had never noticed before was for my remote car starter. Again, the dealership said that it is usually installed more discreetly and is something they can fix when I take my car in for its next service appointment. I shouldn't have to have the dealership fix something that should have been installed correctly the first time.
There are still threads, plastic pieces, and other pieces resembling adhesive or glass on the dash. I would assume that a quick vacuum of the dash would be part of clean up after the install, but apparently not. I had to remove the pieces of tape on my glass, which was not an issue, but again, nothing that was told to me when I picked up my vehicle. I didn't know if the tape needed to stay on for a certain time limit or anything else. There was also a huge line of tape residue across the entire width of the roof of my car that I thought was a huge scratch, and a spot above the windshield that looked like rust, again, something that appears to be residue. My car is a 2018 and I was in a panic that I had damage. Luckily, the dealership was able to take a look at it.
I have glass coverage through insurance, so I technically did not have to pay for the service, however, I was so paranoid that something was installed wrong, and that there was damage to my vehicle, I had to spend my valuable time to take it to a dealership to look it over, also wasting their valuable time. I hope I never have to replace any glass in my vehicle again, because I don't trust the job will be done correctly, without damage, unless I'm watching the technicians every move.