We are a fully mobile windscreen repair and windscreen replacement company that operates out of Rochester in Kent and we provide the cheapest prices!

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Cheapest windscreens in Rochester 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 Rochester. 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 Rochester area 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

 So if you live in the Rochester area 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 Rochester 


Rochester is a town and former city in the unitary authority of Medway in South East England. It is at the lowest bridging point of the River Medway about 30 miles from London. The town was for many years the favourite of Charles Dickens, who lived nearby at Gads Hill PlaceHigham, and who based many of his novels in the area. The Diocese of Rochester, the second oldest in England, is based at Rochester Cathedral, and was responsible for the founding of King's School in 604 AD, which is the second oldest school in the worldRochester Castle, built by Gun dulf of Rochester, has one of the best preserved keeps in England or France, and during the First Barons' War (1215-1217) in King John's reign, baronial forces captured the castle from Archbishop Stephen Langton and held it against the king, who then besieged it.

Rochester, together with neighbouring ChathamGillinghamStrood and a number of outlying villages, makes up the Medway unitary authority area. It was, until 1998, part of Kent and is still ceremonially associated via the Lieutenancies Act