We offer an unbeatable level of quality when it comes to repairs of your damaged alloy wheels. Our Technicians are all fully trained in metal heating temperatures and impact factors, which is very important when dealing with these types of wheel repairs. We know of many other companies carrying out these types of jobs and they don’t have a clue about these main factors, and how different types of metals like aluminium need to be treated in different ways.
We have been carrying out these types of damaged alloy wheel repairs for many years and have tried and tested methods for getting the job done right- EVERY TIME.
- We don’t cut corners and only do top quality work
- We are friendly and professional
- We handle a wide range alloy wheel & car restoration services
- We offer full restoration at at the price of a ‘smart repair’
- We get the job done right — the first time
How long does it take to Refurbish and structurally repair my Alloys?
Most Alloy Wheel Refurbishment and repair jobs take 2-3 days (Powder Coating & Diamond Cutting), depending on the type of wheels you have.
Can you repair larger damage- Cracked and Bent Alloy Wheels and how long does it take?
Yes, We regularly repair cracked, bent and buckled wheels and this process normally takes 24 hours. After an initial full examination of the wheel we will give you an exact time frame. Some wheel repairs can be done on the same day (if received early enough), with a slight additional cost.
Can you weld Diamond Cut Alloys?
Yes, we specialise in Alloy Wheel Refurbishment and can deal with all types of wheels and finishes. Welding on the face of Diamond Cut alloys is very common, as the face has to be completely level before the CNC Lathe process begins.
Can you Refurbish Broken bolts from Split-Rim Alloys?
Yes, we specialise in Alloy Wheel Refurbishment and can deal with all types of wheels and finishes. Broken bolts can be re-milled and all repairs are pressure tested to test their strength.
If my Alloy Wheel is completely Buckled and not spinning true is it repairable?
It is hard to answer this question without completely examining the alloy wheel first. Normally Yes, but this depends on where the buckles and bends on the wheel are.
If my wheel is not repairable, can you get me a new wheel?
Yes, but it depend on the wheel you have and if it is still being made. Some wheels are very rare and are very hard to find. We have a large number of sources which we get new and used alloys from, so it’s worth giving us a try, if you decide to get another wheel.
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