• Floater Crack – like an edge crack, but this is usually located towards the middle of the windscreen.
  • Edge Crack – a crack in the windscreen which starts ± 5 cm’s from the edge, or extends to the edge of the glass.
  • Bull’s Eye Chip – caused by impact from stones or other objects which removes a piece of glass from the windscreen.
  • Combination Break – chips in the windscreen which extend into cracks.
  • Stress Crack – not necessarily caused by impact; usually a result of variations in temperature (extreme hot, extreme cold).


ü  We understand windscreen glass content and the materials used in the construction of these

ü  We keep ourselves up to date on windscreen technology and cutting-edge developments

ü  We have been trading in South Africa since 1982

ü  We save our clients at least 80% by repairing their windscreens and avoiding replacement

ü  We stop damage from spreading to avoid costly replacement

ü  Our methods and resin restore structural integrity to the windscreen

ü  We support an inclusive Green Environmental strategy and are proud that we are not contributing to growing landfills

ü  We repair up to 70% of all windscreens inspected

ü  We are a business model which provides income to passionate NOVUS Agents who prefer to work by themselves, for themselves

ü  Our reputation amongst motor retailers, insurers and fleet companies in SA is renowned

ü  The equipment used by our NOVUS Agents is known to last as long as 30 years which confirms the high standards of our parent company, NOVUS®

ü  We save downtime and costs for Fleet Managers by inspecting fleet windscreen damage whilst the vehicle is on site and ensuring they are back on the road as soon as needed

ü  We are national and mobile