A chip or crack in your windscreen doesn’t have to be a pain in the proverbial.
A mobile windscreen repairer can come to a location that suits you, at a time that’s convenient and fix and restore your damaged glass in no time at all.
But – and this is a big but – you do need to call in the repairers at the first sign of damage otherwise you could be putting the safety of the occupants at risk and compromising the structural integrity of the vehicle.
But back to mobile windscreen repairs. These seven advantages will leave no room for doubt that it’s the way to go when it comes to repairing damage to your vehicle’s glass.
- Utmost convenience
So you’ve got a chip or crack in your windscreen. Why waste time going to a repair shop and sitting around idly while you wait in the queue for your turn? Or worse still, having to leave your car at the repair shop for the day and arrange a taxi or someone to fetch you? A mobile repair company comes to you, so you can make the appointment at a time, place and date that is convenient for you. Plus you can get on with your day while the repairer assesses the damage and does their job. It’s convenience plus!
- Quick turnaround
A mobile windscreen repair can generally be done in a short space of time (often in less than an hour), so you don’t have to be without a vehicle for very long. Obviously, each repair job has to be assessed before the technician can make a call on how long the repair will take, but generally small chips and cracks can be sorted out very quickly which means you can be back on the road in no time.
- Minimal downtime
For many people, their vehicle is indispensable to their working day and they need them to get to appointments, transport or deliver goods etc. A mobile windscreen repair is quick and convenient so there’s minimal unnecessary downtime which is a real bonus especially when time is money.
- Same high quality
There’s no compromise when you use a mobile windscreen repairer. You get the same high quality and the same attention to detail that you would if you took your vehicle to a workshop. The mobile repair service uses the same equipment, they use the same genuine parts and accessories and they follow the same procedures as a technician in a workshop does – only the job is done at your convenience.
Another surprising thing about a mobile windscreen repair service is that it’s affordable. The repair company doesn’t have the overheads of a major workshop so they can pass on the cost benefits to you.
- 24/7 Flexibility
Murphy’s Law says if you’re going to get a stone flicking up onto your windscreen, it’ll happen outside of working hours or over a long weekend. It might even happen when you’re away from home on holiday. No worries. Many mobile windscreen repairers work around the clock, so you’re likely to find one who will be more than happy to come to you after hours and have the damage sorted in no time.
- No insurance woes
The good news is that mobile windscreen repair services are often covered by insurance – and depending on your level of cover, you may find that there’s little or no cost to you. Always check your policy first, and then make sure that the mobile repairer you choose is accredited by your insurance company.
Remember, don’t ignore damage to your windscreen. It will almost always end up getting worse and could cost you a lot of money in the long run. Worse still, there is a real safety risk in driving around with damaged automobile glass, so it’s just not worth taking a chance – especially when you have the option of fast, affordable, convenient and quality mobile windscreen repairs.
If you’re in Perth, windscreen repairs don’t have to be a hassle. Simply call Jason at Autoscreens on 0400 200 086 for a free quote or to schedule an appointment at a time and place that suits you. It’s as easy as that. You can even book online at www.windscreenreplacementperth.com.au and take advantage of the professionalism and superior customer service that have made Autoscreens one of the most popular choices for quality windscreen repairs and replacements in Perth for the past 20 years.