Automotive Trade Windscreens is a Sunshine Coast mobile windscreen repair specialist providing high-quality automotive glass and window services.
Whether you require Sunshine Coast windscreen repairs for your car, bus, truck, earthmoving equipment or classic car, our specialists have you covered. We can replace, remove, repair and restore glass panels of all shapes and sizes. Best of all, our work comes guaranteed for two years!
Not only can we repair windscreens, we can also work on other glass panels of your vehicle including side glass panels and rear glass panels. Automotive Trade Windscreens specialise in shop glass panel repairs and have the ability to conduct most bespoke glass work.
With Automotive Trade Windscreens, our Sunshine Coast mobile windscreen service provides optimal convenience for our customers. When your windscreen is smashed or badly damaged, it can actually be dangerous to drive your vehicle. Let our automotive glass repair technicians come to you instead, saving you the time and risk of driving it to a workshop.
We drive vans that are fully stocked with everything we need to make small repairs on-the-spot. Our technicians have consistent access to glass to suit any situation you may have. We also use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure our work is always of the highest standard.
Discover our very competitive prices and superior workmanship by calling our professionals today.
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About Maroochydore, QLD
Maroochydore is located about 100 km’s north of Brisbane, an urban centre of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. With Caloundra to the south and Noosa to the north it is blessed with 25 km’s of golden sandy beaches including Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headland, Coolum and Maroochydore. The area was named by Andrew Petrie on his 1842 exploration, after an indigenous word meaning “red bill”, the name of the black swans commonly seen in the region. The river-mouth, which is now a kite surfer’s paradise, was once the site of a large timber-mill from where the local lumber was shipped to Brisbane by paddle-steamer. Maroochydore is not only the bustling commercial and central business district of the Sunshine Coast, it is also home to the largest shopping centre, “Sunshine Plaza”, which has a large cinema complex, fashion boutiques, department stores and food courts. The city also offers nightlife, trendy bars and various busy Surf Life Saving Club action. A long walking track runs from Sunshine Plaza to Cotton Tree, through Alexandra Headland, right up to Mooloolaba and is always buzzing with people strolling, jogging or cycling along the waterfront. To wind down, locals and tourists relax on the Maroochy River, a popular holiday spot to enjoy river cruises, great fishing opportunities, and eco life. It is serviced by endless accommodation options including caravan parks and motels to suit families and travellers alike. The town is beautifully balanced by 3722 hectares of municipal reserves and 200 hectares of national parkland.