Windscreen Repair & Replacement Walsall

When you require windscreen repairs or replacements for your vehicle in Walsall, choose The Windscreen Company.

Our 15 years of experience has seen the company build a leading reputation, delivering high quality windscreen services for an affordable price.

We never want you to be kept off the road by unsafe or chipped windscreens, which is why our expert team operate 24 hours, day and night.

Wherever you are, our mobile service ensures we can reach you whether you’re by the roadside or at commercial premises.

Regardless of whether you require chip repair or a windscreen replacement – we are here to help.

In addition to all this, we provide windscreen camera calibration for ADAS, guaranteeing the camera has a clear view of the road.

To learn more about any of our windscreen services in Walsall, simply contact us today.

Our friendly team are always on hand to answer your queries and will help to get your vehicle back safely on the road once more.

Did you know

  • The leather making industry in Walsall during the 20th Century made the town the leather capital of the world. This heritage was honoured with a Leather Museum in 1988, opened by the Princess Royal.
  • Starting out as a Saxon village, Walsall was originally very small, growing since the 11th Century to a population of approximately 269,323.
  • Walsall has been the birthplace of many famous people, including Marvel and DC comic creator John Byrne, Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford and Coronation street actress Sue Nicholls.

While you’re here

  • Fuel your need for speed with some indoor karting at the Ace Karting Race Track, complete with hairpins, S bends and other features over the 360m. Fun and safe for kids of all ages, there is even a race club held on a weekly basis.
  • Check out what made Walsall the centre of leather making practices by paying a visit to the Walsall Leather Museum. With over 200 years of history and a chance to have a go at leather crafting yourself, there is plenty to see and do.
  • The Barr Beacon is a historical site where beacons were once lit as a warning of impending attacks or to celebrate special occasions. The space is now a Local Nature Reserve, preserving the history of the hill.