If you see a stone chip in your windscreen do not delay in calling us out to repair it. If left it could crack, which could result in an expensive, avoidable windscreen replacement.
Repairs are usually free through your insurance company if you have comprehensive cover
The repair process works by injecting a liquid resin in to the damaged glass. The resin is then cured by use of a long wave ultra violet lamp.
The advanced repair system used by CPR Windscreens provides a bond that is slightly stronger than glass itself, and uses resin that has the same refractive index as glass.
The British Standard code of practice allows repair of damage that is contained within a circle of 10mm in zone A and damage contained within a circle of 25mm in the remainder of the swept area. Repairs elsewhere can be undertaken up to 40 mm.