Mr Chip Windscreens will soon be embarking on a new adventure in the automotive world. We are starting a headlight restore service so if you have dull dirty looking headlights we can sort that out. So coming soon to Blackpool, Lancaster and Preston head light restore. See you soon.
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Mr Chip Windscreens is your local windscreen replacement company covering Blackpool, Lancaster and Preston. If the people of Blackpool want a truly local windscreen repair and replacement company choose Mr Chip Windscreens. Because we are based in Blackpool we can offer you super competitive windscreen replacement prices. We have a daily delivery for our windscreen which means we don’t need to have any stock or premises which means great windscreen
At Mr Chip Windscreen we do lots of windscreen repairs and replacements for some of the main dealers just like the one in the picture. This is a main dealer in Blackpool and we have replaced a windscreen on a Nissan Juke. All our windscreen replacements in Blackpool and Lancashire are guaranteed for the lifetime you own the vehicle.
Here at Mr Chip Windscreens we don’t just do windscreen replacements in Blackpool we go all over Lancashire. We go to some amazing places just like the place in the picture. That’s a building in Lancaster.
This is a crazy windscreen replacement. The x partner put a wheel barrow through the windscreen, nutter. Funny but women seem to cause more damage to windscreens than men ???
This is a van windscreen replacement in Fleetwood near Blackpool. Look at the picture and you will notice a tool attached to the windscreen, its called a Aegis Solo 2. The Aegis allows me to lift big heavy van and car windscreens in to the vehicle alone. Brilliant kit.
This was a car windscreen replacement on a brand new Mercedes c220 in Blackpool. My favourite vehicles to replace windscreens on are all the German cars because you take them apart and they go back together as was.
This is my new work van it’s a Volkswagen T5. I love the van and for some strange reason ever since I got the van my windscreen replacements have increased, I think it’s the VDub facture , lol only kidding. But it does give out a statement saying because I care for my work vehicle I will care for your vehicle also.
I went to do a windscreen replacement on an 55 plate Ford Transit. When I removed the old windscreen and this is the mess a was faced with, severe rust and probably caused from poor windscreen replacement methods in the past. I never replaced the van windscreen because it wouldn’t be safe to do so.
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See the smashed windscreen well that was made by a kids head hitting it. The kid was in the car with no seat belt on, dad put the brakes on and the kid flew forward and hit the windscreen with his head. The kid is fine and dandy but it could of been a lot worse.
Ok, they’re at it again fella`s, them horrible power tool thieves are breaking into your vans and nicking your precious expensive tools. BEWARE.
Look at this old Volvo its so old the front windscreen was stuck in with cold bond, its like sticky stuff that was applied to the aperture in a continues line, then the windscreen was lowered onto that and that’s what makes the seal and holds the windscreen in place.
Look at the second picture, well things have moved on from the cold bond days and now we fit windscreens using polyurethane, primers and activators. Look at the windscreen in the picture there is no black band going around the edge of the glass, so I need to make a black band using the activator and the stuff in the pot with the black lid, that’s primer. I dip my felt applicator into the pot and go all the way around the windscreen. Now I fit the clips to the windscreen then fit the big chrome trim to the clips.