Alloy Wheel Repair Southend
Premium alloy refurbishment that comes to you.
Need alloy wheel repair in Southend? Click the buttons below to find out more about each service.
Type Of Wheels We Can Repair
Our expertise is based around strictly aluminum wheels. You may notice that some modern cars have diamond cut wheels. With diamond cut wheels, part of the surface has been stripped back to leave a polished aluminum finish.
How We Fix Your Alloys
Price: From £50 A Wheel (Depending On Level Of Damage)
Our process for fixing your alloys first consists of a throughough clean. We need to ensure all contaminants are removed from the surface before moving forward. Once the wheel is clean, we remove the damage (curb rash, chips, scratches, etc) using a sander with different grit levels to create a smooth surface. We will then tape of your car and either spray part of your damaged wheel or the entire thing (depending on the level of damage). After multiple coats, laquar is applied to offer long-lasting protection going forward.
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Immaculate Cars Command Respect
The truth is, life is a status game. And we’re not saying it’s right, but you are constantly getting judged by the people around you.
If you’re driving around in some dusty old banger filled with crisp packets and bad smells, people are going to make certain un-savoury assumptions about who you are as a person.
It is for this reason that having a clean car, is not the main benefit of having your car cleaned. A freshly valeted car broadcasts to Southend (and the world) that you’ve got it together. That you respect yourself and that your life is in order.
You’d be shocked at what a difference it makes to your day-to-day life, to give off that kind of impression to the people around you. To see what we mean, book our services today.
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Most frequent questions and answers
The decision to repair alloy wheels depends on several factors, including the extent of the damage, the cost of repair, and the value you place on having your wheels in good condition. If the damage to your alloy wheels is minor, such as scuffs, scratches, or small dents, it may be worth repairing them. However, if the damage is extensive, such as cracks, bends, or deep gouges, it might be more cost-effective to replace the wheels instead of repairing them.
Yes, kerbed alloys can often be repaired. When an alloy wheel is kerbed, it typically results in scratches and scuffs. The repair process involves removing the damage and restoring the wheel to a near original condition. Some wheels may repair filler to repair. Contact us to see if we can repair your alloys!
Our prices start from £50 to repair your alloy wheels. If the damage is extensive, it may be more expensive. To move forward with our mobile alloy repair service, we require photos of the wheels being repaired.