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Windscreen Repair - Glasstec Paul


Our Windscreen Services

We repair windscreens, fit new windscreens and replace glass for all your vehicles.

At Glasstec Automotive, we always try to repair your existing windscreen before replacing it with a new one, usually saving you both time and money. Sometimes though, the type, size and position of the damage will mean that a car glass repair is not possible.

But don’t worry, I’m an expert at fixing windscreens and  aim to get your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.

Please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

Our Service Pledge

At GLASSTEC Automotive, we are committed to making sure your experience is the best it can be. In fact, we believe that your satisfaction is so important that we stand behind it with our Service Pledge:

• An experienced technician will provide a quality installation or repair, using high-quality parts and materials.

  1. • Your vehicle will be restored to its original, pre-damage condition.
  2. • All broken glass will be removed as the work is completed.
  3. • Your glass installation / repair will be supported a robust, workmanship warranty* for as long as you own the subject vehicle.

Our Warranty

Every GLASSTEC Automotive repair and replacement is covered by our warranty* for as long as you own or lease your vehicle. If you are not completely satisfied with your repair or have any problems with your replacement, contact us via info@glasstecauto.co.uk or call us on: 07974 216 953

Glasstec Blog

Welcome to the blog of Glasstec Paul, where Automotive Glazing Matters.

The Paradox of Windscreen Safety

Windscreens are not dangerous, but are you at risk from one that has been poorly fitted? Motor vehicles today are safer than they have ever been: airbags, crumple zones, head restraints, impact protection, energy absorbing materials... we're quite protected in our...

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The Windscreens of Change

      Most car owners would begin to feel nervous if the guy about to replace their windscreen set himself up with a couple of sharpened screwdrivers, a rubber mallet; a length of waxed sash chord; some paraffin and an old car tyre. “When I started in this trade - 32...

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Problems with a Porsche 993 Windscreen

The Porsche 911 993 windscreen is one of the most uncomplicated and straight forward windscreens to fit, yet they can give you many problems if not done correctly. The Problems It's fairly common knowledge that the two most prolific issues which arise from the...

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New Windscreen Technology by SSG

  ClimaCoat is a new generation of heatable windscreens from Saint-Gobain Sekurit. As a world innovation in automotive glazing, it unites two key functions in one windscreen: heating in the winter and protection from the sun in summer. In 2011, the new...

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Contaminated Windscreens: the Missing Link

  With each windscreen replacement, a key component of the vehicle's structural system is put into place. The crucial part of this assembly is the bond between two contact surfaces: the glass and the car (specifically the aperture, or pinchweld). This critical...

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OEM Glass via Insurance

It is widely thought of, that these 'price control mechanisms' which largely regulate the windscreen insurance claim values, act, in a significant way, to sell more aftermarket 'copy' glass and deny the consumer the benefit (and option) of genuine parts (OEM). The...

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Textbook Bullseye

First, the impact mark/point is tidied. The break is then dried to remove any moisture present. Once the optimum working temperature is achieved, most of the air is removed from behind the impact: The resin injector is positioned over the break for the next step: A...

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BMW 5 F10/F11 Windscreen

A few images of a BMW windscreen being fitted correctly to an F11 (2012 5 Series Touring). There are many misconceptions about windscreens and how they are installed. The aim of this post is to show the key stages so that you can gain a better understanding of how...

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The Great Windscreen Repair Con

The Great Windscreen Repair Con This is the handy work of a well-known 'insurance approved' windscreen repair/replacement company. The policyholder been duped into accepting this as a good repair when it doesn't look any different than it did to begin with, and the...

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