Scuffs, scrapes, scratches and chips. Alloy wheels are easily damaged and can ruin the overall look and aesthetics of your car. No matter what kind of damage your alloy wheel has, if you can easily notice it, you’ll likely want it repaired.Our service providers offer high quality alloy wheel repair and can bring alloy wheels back to their original, like-new condition. We understand that accidents happen and as a result, damaged alloys can devalue a car and alter its appearance negatively. That’s why we have a range of alloy wheel repair experts ready to help you, eliminating the need to purchase brand new alloys and providing high quality, fast and cost-effective services.
Professional Alloy Wheel Repair
We only have trusted, local experts working on your vehicle, so they are certain to make your alloy wheels shine. We take preventative measures to minimise further damage to your newly repaired alloy wheels, to help them withstand harsh weather and road conditions and to stay looking great.
We provide detailed guides and advice on our blog, so you can read all about how to care for your alloy wheels and what steps you should take if your alloy wheels are damaged; you could even get your alloys insured.
What alloy wheel repair services do you offer?
No matter the type of damage your alloy wheel has, our experts will use the most appropriate techniques with the latest technology to repair them.
In most cases, we’ll begin by cleaning the affected area and prepping it for repair. The surrounding areas will be concealed for protection and the necessary repairs will take place.
Different types of damage require different types of repairs. These include:
Alloy wheel refurbishment
When you have damage to your alloy wheels, you’ll need to decide whether a full repair is necessary or whether you’ll benefit from basic refurbishment. If you have a crack in your alloys, you’ll need our repair services to ensure that your alloys are safe to use.
If you’ve scuffed your alloys slightly and simply want to restore them to their original state, we can buff out any scuffs, re-paint where needed and cover the alloys in a protective coating all as part of our refurbishment service.
Book your alloy wheel repair
Our local experts are ready to help repair the damage to your alloy wheels, simply use our search bar below to find your nearest professional wheel repair service.
Alloy wheel repair FAQs
Here we answer some common questions we get asked around alloy wheel repair and how our services work:
How long does alloy wheel repair take?
Alloy wheel repairs depend on the extent of the damage, the area which the damage covers and the type of alloys you have. Some repairs are relatively quick fixes and you’ll be in and out in no time.
Other repairs take more time to get them looking perfect - deep scratches are often fixed in layers that need time in between to set. Alloy wheel cracks may need welding, which typically takes longer than other repair methods.
No matter what damage your alloys have, our experts will communicate with you throughout the process and can let you know how long a repair is likely to take.
How much does alloy wheel repair cost?
Again, the cost of repairing alloy wheels depends on the extent of the damage and what methods are required to fix it. Our main aim is to repair the look and the strength of your alloys, reducing the risk of further damage and ensuring that you are less likely to need more repairs or costly replacements any time soon.
Our experts can discuss prices with you once they understand the level of damage your alloys have.
What types of alloy wheel damage do you repair?
We’ll aim to repair any type of alloy wheel damage and will advise you on when it’s necessary to replace your alloys if the damage is too severe.
The most common types of alloy wheel damage are:
These damages will require different repair methods, from buffing and painting to intensive welding. We’ll pick the most appropriate option, repair your alloys, prime and protect them and get you back on the road.
Our local experts will repair all types of damage to your alloy wheels. Use the search bar below to find your nearest professional wheel repair service: