The procedure starts with cleaning the chip of any lose glass fragments. This gives a clean area that the resin can adhere to.
We remove any trapped air from the windscreen chip using the vacuum device. The damaged glass is then injected using a liquid acrylic resin.
Once the resin is injected it is sealed and cured using an ultra violet lamp, this can take a few minutes. Once dry the substance is stronger than the glass itself, this restores the strength to the damaged glass.
The excess resin is then removed and polished to a smooth complete finish.
Windscreen chip repair costs will depend on whether your vehicle insurance provides glass damage cover. If you are not covered we can still help. However you will have to pay for the repair.
Please call for a quotation.
The following size of windscreen chip damage can be repaired in accordance with the Brittsh Standard Code of Practice BS AU 242a:1998
Zone A Damage up to 10mm | Zone C Damage up to 25mm
Zone B Damage up to 15mm | Zone D Damage up to 40mm
Mobile Automotive Vehicle Glazing
Tel: 01234 212777
09:00 - 17:30
Saturday by appointment . Sunday Closed