Windscreen Repair & Replacement Braintree

For windscreen repairs and replacements throughout Braintree, choose The Windscreen Company.

With 15 years of experience in the industry, our company has gone from strength to strength, offering quality windscreen services at great prices.

We operate on a 24 hour basis, with a same day response service to ensure our customers will never be left without use of their vehicle for long.

Not only this, but thanks to our mobile service, we are able to come out to your location to carry out the chip repair or windscreen replacement; whether that be by the side of the road or at your commercial premises.


We are priced competitively, and all work is covered by fully comprehensive insurance plans.

To find out more about any of our windscreen services in Braintree, contact us today.

The friendly team here at The Windscreen Company can answer any queries you may have, and will get your vehicle back on the road in no time at all.

Did you know?

  • Braintree is home to Cressing Temple, the world’s oldest timber-framed barn. It was built in 1206 AD.
  • In 1701, Braintree was home to the UK’s first crocodile. The crocodile was imported by botanist Richard Bradley, and it lived on the grounds and lake of his home.
  • The town was quite influential in the textile industry, manufacturing wool in the 14th century and when the trade died out, moving on to manufacture silk in the 19th century.

While you’re here

  • Take the kids for a fun day out at Great Notley Country Park. With over 100 acres of open space, sky ropes and a 1.2km play rail featuring seesaws, climbing frames, tyre swings and forts, there’s plenty to do here to keep all of the family entertained!
  • Take in a performance at Braintree Arts Theatre and be impressed by the talent of the young performers. Opened in 2011, the Theatre is situated in the grounds of Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form and puts on two shows a week.
  • Visit the Warner Textile Archive to find out more about Braintree’s input to the textile industry. This is the UK’s second largest collection of publicly owned textiles, so is worth a visit for any fashion or interior design followers!