How much does it cost to fix a car headliner?

I bought an older car and the headliner is starting to sag a bit. How much does it cost to repair the interior roof of a car?

“A sagging headliner will likely need to be replaced. Luckily, you can do this yourself for around $50. Just purchase a headliner repair kit and headliner adhesive from an auto parts store or online retailer.
If you’d rather leave it to the pros, headliner replacement will set you back around $200 to $350 at an auto repair shop.
Since you mentioned your car is older, you may want to add towing and labor coverage to your car insurance policy or consider a roadside assistance membership through Jerry. With Jerry, you’ll get industry-leading roadside assistance, including benefits like towing, lockout service, and a mechanics hotline for ultimate peace of mind.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Sep 13, 2021
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