Windscreens have been designed to keep the outdoor elements, dust, rocks and other airborne objects out, whilst providing you protection in the event of a collision or sudden impact.
Driving with a cracked or chipped windscreen compromises your safety and weakens the overall structural integrity of your car, as it is less likely to protect you from foreign objects and major accidents.
The longer you ignore that chip or crack the more chances of the damage spreading. Going over the smallest of bumps or even a speed hump can cause the cracks to spread beyond the point of repair.
What could’ve been an easy and cost-effective repair has now become an expensive replacement.
This is why we recommend having your windscreen repaired or replaced by Dean’s Autoglass Newman.
We’ll get you back on the road
Whether you drive a car or a commercial vehicle such as a truck, ute, van or heavy machinery, we repair and replace windscreens for all vehicle makes and models.
We understand the frustration of having to change or fix a damaged windscreen, that’s why we’re more than happy to come to you with our mobile service.
Our expert technicians will take care of your windscreen at your home or office so you can get back to your day.
Contact us now for a free quote.
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