Service 8® Chip Repair Tweed Heads
Service 8® is a mobile windscreen repair service. This means no sitting in waiting rooms, no masks and no check in required. Support your local windscreen repairer today for the most competitive prices and convenient services.
Windscreen Chip Repair
Why ignore a windscreen chip until it’s too late? Even a small windscreen chip may quickly spread into a large crack if left untreated. In order to save your windscreen, you should act quickly.
Despite what you may have been told you may not need to replace your windscreen. Service 8® Auto Glass has a repair first policy, this means we encourage you to repair your windscreen rather than replace the original glass. Repairing a windscreen takes less than 30 minutes and is a fraction of the cost of a replacement windscreen with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems).
Take advantage of our mobile windscreen repair services, we come to you at your home, work or job site. Fast same day services available. Tweed Heads, Banora Point, Kingscliff, Terranora, Bilambil and surrounding areas.
Find out more information about what windscreen damage can be repaired and how much it costs.
Quality Windscreen Repairs – No Fix, No Fee
Not all windscreen repair services are the same quality and here’s why. Service 8® uses the latest professional repair systems from Delta Kits USA, matched with high performance resins.
This ensures you get the best quality windscreen repairs available in Australia. Furthermore our repair systems out perform the competition by repairing larger stone chips in more places on the windscreen. This in turn enables us repair chips that others can’t, it’s always advisable to get a second opinion for this reason.
Many corporate repairers use automatic systems that have limitations forcing you to replace when not always required. Call us today for a second opinion, we advise according to the Australian Standards, not the limitations of our equipment.
What windscreen damage can be fixed?
Generally speaking a windscreen can be repaired if the damage is no larger than a 20 cent coin (30mm), depending where on the windscreen the damage is located. For more details see our frequently asked questions.