Windscreen Repair & Replacement

For windscreen repair and replacements in the Colchester area, choose The Windscreen Company.

With years of experience in the industry, you can rely on us to provide your vehicle’s windscreen with efficient yet thorough chip repair or replacement work at a great price.

At The Windscreen Company, we operate on a 24 hour basis, providing a mobile service to customers whether they are at the roadside or at your commercial or agricultural premises.

Offering competitive rates on all our work, our services are even covered under fully comprehensive insurance plans.

To find out more about any of the windscreen repair or replacement services on offer with us throughout Colchester, contact us today.

Our friendly team of experts will be happy to help with any queries you may have and can get your vehicle back on the road in no time at all.

Did you know?

  • Colchester is known as Britain’s First City because it is thought to be the oldest town in the country. Its walls were built by the Romans in AD 60. A mile of the original wall is still standing.
  • Colchester is home to Britain’s only military ‘glasshouse’ (military prison). The Kray Twins were both inmates before their dismissal from the army. Originally used as a German Prisoner-Of-War camp, it is now used as a Corrective Training Centre.
  • In Roman times, Colchester was home to Britain’s only known Chariot Racing Arena. It was 470 metres long and 75 metres wide, fitting 15,000 spectators.

While you’re here

  • Visit the beautiful Beth Chatto Gardens. Grown and tended to by the OBE and award-winning plantswoman, the gardens are designed to naturally thrive in various conditions, including a Gravel Garden on an old car park that never needs to be watered.
  • Spend some time with the animals at Colchester Zoo. It’s one of Europe’s finest, with over 260 rare species involved in breeding schemes to help preserve their diminishing numbers.
  • See the displays at Colchester Castle and Museum. The castle is the largest Norman Keep inside of Europe and is an important heritage site. Why not take a guided tour from one of the experts and really brush up on your history?