Windscreen Repair & Replacement Coventry

At The Windscreen Company, we provide windscreen repair and replacement across Coventry, helping to keep you safe on the road.

When the worst happens and your windscreen is damaged you’re putting yourself and others at risk. With our expert mobile windscreen replacement service we can help you at any time of the day or night.

With competitive pricing, state-of-the-art tools and technology and a friendly team, you can count on us no matter how large or small the chip or crack in you windscreen is.

We also perform windscreen calibration to ensure the accuracy of your ADAS.

We even provide expert windscreen repair across Coventry for commercial, agricultural and fleet vehicles.

Whether you need windscreen repair or replacement, at home or by the roadside, contact us today and we’ll help your get your vehicle back on the road in no time at all.

Did you know?

  • Coventry was the epicentre of the Two-tone music scene in the 80s, with The Specials and other bands hailing from the city, going on to have number 1 singles with ‘Ghost Town’ and ‘Too Much Too Young’.
  • The tale of Lady Godiva is well known, having rode naked through the city of Coventry as a protest against high taxation levels. This is also the source of the idiom ‘Peeping Tom’ after one of the city’s residents did not look away.
  • Influential in the ongoing development of bicycles in the 1800s, James Starley helped make Coventry an important city for British bicycle manufacturing – he even has a statue in the city.

While you’re here

  • Big fan of The Specials? Coventry Music Museum has a dedicated exhibit called ‘The 2-Tone Sound – Made in Coventry’ for you to revel in.
  • If you’re looking for a relaxing place to stay, Coombe Abbey has the history and the grounds to captivate. There are different themed events and banquets, while the venue also hosts weddings using different parts of this beautiful locations.
  • Literature fans – as well as fans of music and food – can find a place to call home at The Big Comfy Bookshop.