High Quality Van Conversions

Amongst the many strings in our bow, Strathclyde Windscreens also offer extremely high quality van conversions. But what makes a quality van conversion and what should you be looking for when thinking about converting a van? The first stage for us is talking with you about why you are looking for a conversion. Top reasons [...]

Repair or Replace?

At Strathclyde Windscreens we always endeavour to offer our customers the most economical and cost effective service that can be safely recommended. But ultimately, your windscreen is one of the major structural safety features of your car and there are legal, regulatory and insurance company compliance issues that must be considered too. When can a [...]

Windscreens in summer

The month is nearly over and this July will be remembered as one of the hottest on record! The “weatherproof” membrane on the Glasgow Science Centre roof even melted and there was a bit of confusion about whether Strathclyde Park in Motherwell achieved the hottest day ever recorded in Scotland at a whopping 33.2 degrees. [...]

Strathclyde Windscreens- 5* feedback!

We often mention that we have a excellent reputation across Scotland and that we are one of the most trusted companies for replacing or repairing your chipped, cracked and smashed windscreens but we don’t want you to take our word for it. So we thought we’d share some of our recent reviews; 5* feedbacks From [...]

In the Forth Valley

Strathclyde Windscreens thought we’d feature Falkirk this week as we continue our blogs focusing some of the areas that Strathclyde covers. Falkirk One of the newer towns compared to some that we have blogged about recently, with earliest signs of inhabitation dating back to the Roman occupation. Falkirk has some of the best archaeological evidence [...]

Ayr – Birthplace of Burns

Strathclyde Windscreens are proud to be trusted by locals across Scotland and prouder still, to have been serving the community with quality windscreen repair and replacement services for over thirty years. In our recent series of blogs we’ve been focusing on some of the towns, cities and villages that make up the bulk of our [...]