When you boil it down, windscreens are actually a safety feature. There are many aspects to the structural strength of a car, but windscreens are an important aspect of that. It’s really crucial sometimes to remind our customers that windscreens provide safety because it’s often overlooked and taken for granted. So in this week’s blog, we thought we would give a friendly little nudge to think about your safety!
At Strathclyde Windscreens our customers safety is our number one priority and we are very conscious of the correct fitting and procedures that provide maximum structural integrity for your car. A windscreen can be fitted poorly and this would leave you with less overall protection, and more vulnerability to cracks and smashes. Staff at Strathclyde Windscreens have often found ourselves replacing and repairing windows that have been previously installed by an inferior fitter or with poor technique, and this can at times have actually contributed to the shorter life span of the glass in the first place.
The good news is, that all our fitters undergo top quality training, and acquire National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ) in windscreen fitting and not only that, but we make sure all our staff have access to the best quality safety assured equipment, for them to use too. This NVQ training means that the windscreen repair or replacement you receive, is meeting every health and safety standard and will last as long as it can under normal conditions (which is one reason that we are approved of by most major insurance companies) but most importantly, it will offer you maximum protection.
At Strathclyde Windscreens we care about your safety! So wherever you are across Scotland, and especially over the coming winter months, be rest assured that Strathclyde Windscreens have got you covered.