Blue Bird Bus Windshield Replacement
We can service Blue Bird Buses in Southern California. We are a mobile service – we come to your bus (or buses) and repair or replace the windshield. Call or text (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment or to get a quote.
Part of keeping students safe is by keeping school buses in tip-top condition. That includes keeping windshields in good condition. A cracked windshield can degrade with time and should be replaced as soon as possible. Cracks can propagate (meaning grow larger) and weaken the strength of the windshield.
Blue Bird Bus Windshield Replacement – Models We Service
|CS-Series||Micro Bird||Ultra LF|
|Conventional||Mini Bird||Ultra LMB|
If you don’t see your model on the list above, please call (714) 323-2672 to request a quote. Most likely we’ll be able to service your bus unless it’s over 50 years old (an antique/vintage model).
We do work with insurance companies to handle payment for windshield replacement. It does depend on the terms of the policy as to how much of the repair will be covered by insurance.
When and where will the replacement be done?
We are able to repair or replace school bus windshield on weekends or whenever it’s convenient for your staff. If there are special procedures or protocols we must follow on school property, please let us know when you call or text.
How long will the repair or replacement take?
Most bus windshield replacement jobs take up to two hours to complete. This doesn’t include travel time to your school or facility. We will not need any tools or equipment – we will bring everything required to complete the job. We do ask that students are not present (meaning physically near the bus) while we do the repair. We will have ladders, tools and windshield glass out which all present hazards.
Other Blue Bird Glass Repairs
If you have a passenger side or driver side broken window, or a back passenger window that is broken, you can send us a picture at (714) 323-2672 and we can tell you if we can replace it. Usually, the only issue will be the age of the bus. For example, some ski resorts will use very old Blue Bird buses that have glass that is difficult to source.