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Windscreen replacement & repair



At Aussie Windscreens we know how hard it is to go without a car. That's why we use the best products we can source and aim for the shortest SDT (standard drive-away times) possible so your car is not off the road for more than a couple of hours.

Got a cracked windscreen?

Your window can get chipped or cracked due to many factors like a stone flying up from the car in front of you on the way to work hitting your glass, an accident, or just plain bad luck. If any of your vehicle's glass has a chip or a crack it is vital you get it fixed before the damage spreads.

Frequently asked questions

1When does a windscreen need replacing?
It's always best to have your auto glass inspected by a professional in person. But as a rule of thumb, you'll want to replace your it if: the glass is tempered glass, not laminated glass the crack/chip is bigger than a 50c coin the crack or chip is deep enough that it penetrated more than halfway into the windscreen the crack or chip extends to the outside edge of the windscreen.
2What do you use to repair my auto glass?
Glasweld Prozac Zoom. The ProVac Zoom is the fastest, most powerful, and easiest to use injector on the market with unmatched performance and innovative z-mount Technology. We cannot guarantee that your stone chip will be invisible once the repairs process has been completed, but we can guarantee that once we have done the repair the chip will not spread.
3How long does it take to replace my windscreen?
At Aussie Windscreens, we know how hard it is to go without a car. That's why we use the best products we can source and aim for the shortest SDT (standard drive-away times) possible so your car is not off the road for more than a couple of hours.
4What windscreen damage can be repaired?
In general, most chips and cracks can be repaired, but it always depends upon four factors: the size, type, depth, and location of the damage. Results will vary based on the age of the windscreen, amount of contamination, location and the severity of the damage.