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Costs depend on your insurance policy or you can choose to pay in full. Chip repairs are often FREE*.

National Windscreens offers a comprehensive car windscreen repair service.

With 108 fitting centres and 800 mobile technicians, you can choose to drive to your local windscreen repair fitting centre or one of our technicians will come to you at home or work. Our aim is to make your car windscreen repair as quick and easy as possible. So as soon as you spot a problem with your windscreen, call out the experts at National Windscreens.

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Repair or Replace?

You have our complete assurance that wherever possible we will repair your car windscreen, rather than replace it. But if your windscreen cannot be repaired – we will replace it with one of the quality replacement windscreens which we stock. When it comes to deciding whether to repair or replace your damaged windscreen, we always advise you on the best option for you and your vehicle. For more information or to discuss windscreen repair or replacement costs, contact National Windscreens today.

Very professional technician and trainee attended to fit the glass advising of exactly what they would do with the vehicle, a credit to National Windscreens.

January 2020

What is a Windscreen Repair?

Repair involves cleaning and drying the damaged area and filling it with a clear resin with almost identical optical properties to glass. The damage won't completely disappear but in most cases will be much less visible. The repaired area will be smooth and structurally sound – reducing the risk of further screen damage and wiper blade wear. Left unattended, small chips can grow and become un-repairable as secondary cracks form under the combined effect of heat, moisture, frost, dirt and vibration. Any dirt or moisture entering the chip will make it more difficult to produce a visually acceptable repair.

What can be repaired?

Under the approved code of practice BS AU 242a:1998, repairs to the following zones are permitted.

Zone A damage up to 10mm

Zone B damage up to 15mm

Zone C damage up to 25mm

Zone D damage up to 40mm

Windscreen repair xones

There are many different types of windscreen

What sort of things do we take account of when repairing or replacing a windscreen?

Windscreen Features