Your car is exposed to a range of conditions every single day. From where it is parked, to harsh weather, to during driving when loose stones on the road are flicked around by tyres. It’s safe to say that your automotive glass, especially the windscreen, takes a bit of a bashing during its lifetime and most vehicles will need windscreen repair at some stage. If you have found yourself in this situation, we are pleased to say you have come to the right place.
If you have noticed a small crack or chip in your windscreen or somewhere else on your vehicle’s glass, it’s important that you act quickly. The best way to avoid needing a full replacement is to have the damage repaired as soon as possible. Both cracks and chips get bigger very quickly from the movement of the vehicle when in use.
Top Marks Windscreens can repair chips and small cracks at a fraction of the cost of a full windscreen replacement. Using specialised glass equipment, we inject a special resin into the damaged spot. The resin fills all the gaps in the damaged area and stops any further spread of cracks. This process must be performed with utmost care, skill and precision to make sure the windscreen looks good as new.
If you have a chipped or cracked windscreen, call us today for a free, no obligation quote. Most repairs cost around $77, depending on the size of the crack or chip and how much resin we need to use. In some cases, especially with cracks, we may need to assess the damage before we can determine if a repair is possible. Our policy is always to repair before full windscreen replacement. We will only recommend a full windscreen replacement when repair is not feasible.
We have been repairing windscreens and automotive glass for 30 years and understand the adverse effects of an inefficient or faulty repair job. You can rest assured Top Marks Windscreens performs all repairs in line with Australian standards and we guarantee if a crack appears from the same point of the repair at any time in the future, we will take the price of the repair off the cost of a brand new windscreen.