How Much Does Headliner Repair Cost?

By Richard Steel

When people think about repairing their vehicle's headliner they often worry they're about to get into hundreds of dollars worth of an expense. It is a common misconception, but you can get your headliner repaired for as little as $50 to $55 assuming you have an hour and a screwdriver to spare.

If you don't then you may need to hire a professional to service your vehicle's headliner. If you are located in south Florida you can get the most competitive headliner repair quotes by clicking here but generally speaking the price for professional servicing will vary based on your location and the shop or dealer you take your vehicle to be serviced.
The average price range for local auto repair shops usually costs between $200 and $350.
The average price range for auto dealers usually costs between $650 and $850.
The average price range for boat dealers usually costs between $350 and $1650 per yard.
The average price range for aircraft shops usually costs between $600 and $2000 per yard, not including labor.

However, if you've got the time for a quick headliner repair project here's everything you need along with their associated costs:

$5 or less from your local dollar store - Screwdriver, Razor, and Scrubbing Brush.
$50-$95 - Headliner Replacement Kit (or $46.99-$55.99 from here, best price guarantee).
$10-$18 - Headliner Adhesive (or $7.99 from here)

For experienced folks this should take less than an hour. If you've never done this before but have a basic understanding of your vehicle and the screwdriver in your hand, this could take between an hour to an hour and a half. If this is your first auto repair project it will likely take around 2 hours or less.

To learn more about the headliner repair process check the Headliner Repair Guide.

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