Kent Windscreen Repairs operate throughout the sheerness area, providing the best service and the cheapest prices for windscreen repair and windscreen replacements.

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Cheapest Car windscreens in Sheerness Kent!

 

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   Mob - 07817 173776

 Office - 01795 539488

 

Who we are and what we have to offer 

 

Kent windscreen repairs is an Independently owned company.

 If you have third party fire & theft insurance and you do not have windscreen cover you have come to the right windscreen company.

 Kent Windscreen Repairs are able to offer the public the cheapest prices possible, when it comes to windscreen repair and windscreen replacement in the Sheerness area. This is due to our low over heads and due to the fact that we want repeat custom.

 We have a technician that serves the Sheerness area 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

 So if you live in Sheerness and you are looking for a cheap windscreen repair or cheap windscreen replacement then give us a try!

 All of our windscreen work carries a 12 month guarantee.

 

 

               

 

About Sheerness.

 

Sheerness is a town located beside the mouth of the River Medway on the north-west corner of the Isle of Sheppey in north Kent, England. With a population of 13,000 it is the largest town on the island.

Sheerness began as a fort built in the 16th century to protect the River Medway from naval invasion. In 1665, plans were first laid by the Navy Board for a Royal Navy dockyard where warships might be provisioned and repaired, a site favoured by Samuel Pepys, then Clerk of the Acts of the navy, for shipbuilding overChatham.[1] After the raid on the Medway in 1667, the older fortification was strengthened; in 1669 was established the Royal Navy dockyard the town, where warships were stocked and repaired until its closure in 1960.

Beginning with the construction of a pier and a promenade in the 19th century, Sheerness acquired the added attractions of a seaside resort. Industry retains its important place in the town and the port of Sheerness is one of the United Kingdom's leading car and fresh produce importers. The town is the site of one of the UK's first co-operative societies and also of the world's first multi-storey building with a rigid metal frame.