Kent Windscreen Repairs offer the cheapest windscreen repair and windscreen replacement service for the West Malling area in Kent!

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Cheap windscreens in West Malling Kent!

 

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   Mob - 07817 173776

 Office - 01795 539488

 

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 West Malling. 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 West Malling area 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

 So if you live in the West Malling 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 West Malling

 

West Malling contains many historic buildings. Including St Leonard's Tower, West Malling, a Norman keep, was built by Bishop Gundulf c.1080. He also built the White Tower of the Tower of London, the castles of Rochester and Colchester, the Priory and Cathedral of Rochester. In c.1090 Gundulf founded St. Mary's Abbey in West Malling for Benedictine nuns. This historic site contains significant buildings from the Norman, medieval, Tudor and Georgian eras. There is also a Grade II* Listed 1966 Abbey Church which is used by the Anglican Benedictine nuns who have made Malling Abbey their home since 1916. Other buildings of interest in West Malling include the Prior's House, once a residence for those with leprosy; Ford House, over 600 years old; a mainly Georgian High Street; the Swan Hotel, an 18th-century coaching inn (Grade II listed), and Went House, built c.1720 and noted for its elegant brickwork. Manor Park Country Park is located just to the south of the town close to St Leonard's Tower and Douce's Manor, whose grounds the park once comprised.