Car Window & Glass Repairs Sydney

All Model Windscreens have been replacing and fixing broken or smashed car windows and car door glass for 50 years.

If you need car window repair or a car door glass repair, are located Sydney wide or the Wollongong Illawarra region, we can provide you with a highly competitive quote based on long term wholesale pricing arrangements, experienced hands that only 50 years of trade work locally can deliver and high quality customer service from a family owned local business.

We want to help you and your family be safe, save money and build a long term relationship with our business for future autoglass and car glass replacement services in the future.

All Model Windscreens is 5 star rated and we offer you a lifetime warranty on all your car door repair or car window repair services, we will answer your call and you can trust our warranty will stand the test of time.

If you need car door glass repairs or car window glass repairs at a budget price, we can source the best quality glass at the best price or we can even source genuine manufacturer glass Sydney wide or in the Wollongong Illawarra region based on your budget and your personal preference.

Insurance work and written quotations are provided when needed and we often aim to beat your insurance excess costs and can help everyone with all models of autoglass from domestic customers to commercial or industrial heavy vehicle glass replacement quotes.

Rare or hard to find door glass or restoration door window glass is not an issue, we will help you source your glass or come take a look to see how we can help you.


Power windows have become the norm on modern cars — they’re easier to use, more reliable than the old hand-crank method and they’re also far more durable. The chances of glass breaking are also far lower, thanks to improvements in glass technology over the years. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re immune to issues; power windows can still require repairs over their lifespan as internal components run down, wear out or become misaligned.

There’s no one specific cause for any of these issues either; regulators can malfunction, motors don’t last forever, servos can wear out, switch contacts can accumulate dirt and wiring can fray. Some of these are relatively simple fixes, while others will require in-depth professional intervention. What’s important is that you get the issue addressed as soon as possible, to ensure that the problem doesn’t become worse and that your windows are kept in good working order. But what are some of the signs to look out for?

Signs and symptoms that you need window regulator repair

If your car windows are showing any of the following signs, you should reach out to All Model Windscreens as soon as possible. Make sure that you never try to force the window; this can make the problem worse and turn what could be a simple issue into a difficult and costly one.

  • The power window is stuck — whether at an up position, down or somewhere in between.
  • The window is opening or closing more slowly than usual.
  • When the window moves, it’s accompanied by a squealing, squeaking or grinding sound.
  • The window moves up or down at an odd angle or fails to seal properly at the top. This can be a sign that it’s out of alignment or that it has come off its tracks.

If your window won’t close properly, we typically suggest that you cover the unclosed window with plastic and hold it in place with duct tape — this will help prevent unwanted debris, dirt and moisture from entering into the car.

Why you need power windows repair as soon as possible

Malfunctioning windows aren’t just an annoyance — they can also present a safety issue for you and your vehicle. While driving, your windows are there to protect you from debris being blown in by the wind or being thrown up from the road as you drive. Having a window that won’t close properly can be a serious distraction or even a hazard, so it’s critical to get it repaired as soon as possible. While your car’s parked, windows that close properly also help serve as a deterrent for break-ins and car theft too. Accordingly, it’s crucial to ensure that they’re repaired as soon as possible if you’re experiencing an issue with them.

All Model Windscreens — the autoglass repair experts

Here at All Model Windscreens, we specialise in autoglass repair and replacement. We’re more than happy to provide you with a free quote, along with advice around your options — all the way from repairs where suitable, to full replacement services across your doors, rear vision mirrors, side mirrors and windscreen. Our services also include:

  • Water leak pressure testing
  • Resealing windows
  • Specialised restoration work for vintage vehicles
  • An extensive range of vehicle moulds and seals, across a huge range of makes and models
  • Repair and replacement for rear vision and side mirrors
  • Car window motor repair

For more than 50 years, All Model Windscreens has been fixing and replacing broken and smashed car windows. So if you need car window repair, car door glass repair or windscreen replacement across Sydney or the Wollongong Illawarra region, we can provide you with a highly competitive quote based on long-term, wholesale pricing arrangements. We’ve got experienced hands that only come from 50 years of trade work locally — and we can deliver high-quality customer service from a family-owned local business.

All Model Windscreens is 5-star rated — we will answer your call, fix your car and also offer you a lifetime warranty on all your car door repair or car window repair services. You can trust that our warranty will stand the test of time; we want to help you and your family be safe, save money and build a long-term relationship with our business for future autoglass and car glass replacement services.

So if you need car door glass repairs or car window glass repairs at a budget price, we can source the best quality glass for you at the best price. We can even source genuine glass for your car from the manufacturer, whether you’re Sydney-wide or in the Wollongong Illawarra region — we’re more than happy to work to your budget and your personal preferences. Rare or hard to find door glass or glass for vintage restorations is no problem either; bring your vehicle in and we’ll be more than happy to take a look to see how we can help you, and source the parts that you need.

We’re also able to provide work for insurance policies, so we can provide written quotations when needed. We also aim to beat your insurance excess costs and can help everyone with all models of autoglass from domestic customers to commercial or industrial heavy vehicle glass replacement quotes. So get in touch with all of the team at All Model Windscreen today — we’re looking forward to helping you with all of your autoglass needs, no matter what they might be.

How much does it cost to repair a broken car window?

Broken car windows or broken car door glass can vary in costs based on the type and make of your vehicle. Costs to replace the broken car windows or car door glass can start from $150 to $1000 on newer luxury vehicles. When you need to look for car glass replacement near me or car door window glass replacement prices that are great value, honest and competitive, call All Model Windscreens for an excellent quality installation and the best price based on our 50 years trade experience. We provide a lifetime warranty on our autoglass replacement service sydney wide and wollongong illawarra region to ensure you feel safe to get your car door glass replaced or car window glass replaced with our experienced and friendly team.

How much does it cost to reseal a car window?

Usually it is recommended to get a new mould or new windscreen or car window reseal if there is a suspected air or water leak. We can test the car window before we replace the mould to ensure that it is the mould or seal which is the source of the window leak.  A windscreen reseal or car window glass with a new moulding for a vehicle requires two technicians to attend and test for a leak firstly then the cost of the glass or mould separately (if required). Sometimes we can reuse the old mould in the leak identification process. This can range from $99 to $250 depending on the make model and type of car glass we are replacing or repairing.

Can a cracked car window be fixed?

No a cracked window glass or cracked door glass cannot be fixed, it will need to be replaced. This glass is designed to be broken in the event of a motor vehicle accident and therefore if broken, it must be replaced. We can replace car door glass or replace car window glass at a competitive price as we have excellent wholesale glass prices after being in the autoglass windscreen trade for 50 years sydney wide and in the wollongong illawarra region. We can also get excellent prices of genuine autoglass or genuine car door or car window glass for your new or luxury vehicle. All Model Windscreens can quote car window replacement costs from $150 depending on the type of vehicle and autglass you need.

What should I do if my car window is smashed?

You should firstly protect you and your family from any danger by calling All Model Windscreens for an urgent quote and fast appointment Sydney wide and Wollongong Illawarra region. You can then secure the window area with a thick plastic sheeting and tape if you wish, but ensure you do not touch any broken glass or attempt to pick up broken or smashed door window glass unless you wear a pair of thick safety gloves. If the vehicle is not undercover and looks like rain is coming, then we recommend moving the vehicle to a safe undercover location if possible. As part of our car window glass replacement service we will vacuum up the broken smashed glass from your interior and inside your door window crevices. Do not attempt to pick up the broken glass or pull apart your own door or window devices. We can offer you a quote on a car door regulator repair or replacement cost if you have mechanical failures in the car door or car window.

What is a window regulator in a car?

Your window regulator is an X-shaped mechanical assembly, mounted inside your door panel that allows your car window to be moved up and down. In power windows, they’re moved by an electric motor, while for older-style manual windows they’re moved by a hand crank. They were originally designed in the 1960s and have been a staple of car design ever since.

When you experience an issue with the power windows — or even with hand-cranked windows — in your car, the regulator is usually involved in some capacity. There are a variety of reasons for this; the regulator may no longer be holding the glass properly, grit and grime may be hindering its movement, there may be inadequate lubrication or it may have become bent, particularly as a result of a car accident. That’s when it pays to get the professionals involved; they can assess the issue and make repairs or put in a replacement as necessary.

What’s the difference between a window motor and a regulator?

While the regulator does the “heavy lifting” when it comes to opening and closing your power windows, it still needs something to power it. A separate motor is attached to the regulator — so when you push the button on your doorframe, the motor is activated and moves the regulator (and accordingly, the windowpane) into the correct position.

These motors are quite small and tend to be fairly durable. Although it can become damaged or wear out over time, at All Model Windscreens we tend to assess the regulator thoroughly first. Numerous issues that are blamed on the motor by the layman are sometimes simply the result of issues with the regulator; misalignment, lack of lubrication, rust or dirt and grime can all initially appear to be the result of motor issues until a closer inspection is carried out.

How can you replace a car window regulator?

As the car window regulator is contained within the car door, replacing it involves removing the interior door panel — the place where the interior handle, ashtray and other components are contained. It can be quite a large-scale job if you’re not a professional and care must be taken to ensure that the door isn’t damaged in the process.

The good news is that it’s not always necessary to replace the entire regulator; sometimes it can just be a case of realigning the glass, repairing some frayed cables or cleaning dirt off the relevant contact points. However, we’d suggest that you let the pros at All Model Windscreens handle it for you instead. With decades of expertise, they’re able to swiftly clean or replace the relevant parts, leaving you to drive away with a window that’s as good as new.

What if my glass needs to be replaced?

No problem! Here at All Model Windscreens, we specialise in autoglass repairs and replacements. We’ve been working in the Sydney, Wollongong and Illawarra regions for more than 50 years and have extensive experience working across a wide variety of different types of vehicles. So if your glass does need replacing, we’ll be more than happy to help you with the process.

I’m worried about driving my car with a stuck window — do you do call out services?

Absolutely. If you’re concerned about the safety of your vehicle or yourself, give us a call. One of the team at All Model Windscreens will be more than happy to come to you and perform the necessary repairs.

How long does car window regulator repair usually take?

Depending on the issue, most regulator repairs can be carried out within an hour or so. However, if a replacement regulator or motor is required, it may take a few days for the relevant parts to arrive in stock. Your All Model Windscreens professional will be able to provide more information when you bring your vehicle in for assessment.

Why do I need to get my window repaired so quickly?

It’s easy to see a window issue as solely an aesthetic issue — but in truth, it can cause a number of significant problems for your vehicle. If your window isn’t closing or sealed properly, it can let in moisture, dirt and other debris, potentially damaging the car’s interior in the process. Additionally, it can be a serious distraction while you’re driving, both due to noise and the potential for future breakage. So make sure you get any repairs made as soon as possible. hand-crank

How much does it cost to replace a power window switch or car window regulator?

The cost of replacing a power window switch or car window regulator can vary considerably, depending on the nature of the task involved. In some instances, it may not be a question of entirely replacing the devices in question; sometimes a simple cleaning of the components or realignment is required instead. However, if a replacement is required, the team at All Model Windscreens will be more than happy to provide you with a relevant quote. So if you suspect that you might need car window regulator repair or replacement, reach out to us today — one of our team members will be more than happy to assist you.

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