Questions & Answers
Below you will find a list of the most commonly asked questions, we hope you will find this information useful and give you a better understanding of how our service's work and what they can do for you.
If you don't see the question you would like to ask please feel free to e-mail us or call, who knows we may even add your question to our list!
Buckled, buckled wheels, buckled alloys, buckled steel wheel, repair buckled alloys, repair buckled wheels, repair buckled steel wheels.
Kinked, Kinked wheel, kinked alloy , kink damage, kinked steel, repair kinked alloy, repair kinked wheels, repair kerb kinks, repair kinked steels wheels.
kerbed, kerbed wheel, kerbed alloy, kerbed steel, kerb damage, repair kerb wheels, repair kerb alloys, repair steel kerbed wheels, repair kerb damage.
Damaged wheel, damaged alloy, damaged steel, damaged, repair.
Flaking paint, flaking powder coat, flaking alloys, flaking damage, repair flaking alloys, repair flaking powder coat, repair flaking.
Diamond cutting, diamond cut, diamond cut alloys, damaged diamond cut wheels, damaged diamond cut alloys, diamond cut alloy repair, diamond cut repair, diamond cutting repair.
Powder coat wheels, powder coat alloys, damaged powder coat, damaged powder coat wheel, damaged powder coat alloys, repair powder coat wheels, repair powder coat alloys.
Wheel refurbishment, alloy refurbishment, bucked wheel refurbishment, kinked wheel refurbishment, damaged wheel refurbishment.
Wheel painting, alloy painting, steel wheel painting, wheel paint repair, alloy wheel paint repair, alloy wheel paint change, alloy wheel colour change
What type of wheels do i have on my car?
Most modern cars these days come with alloy wheels fitted as standard or optional extras, some cars do however have steel wheels.
The most popular is made of aluminium and fully painted / powder coated. (Photo 1)
More common on new cars over the last few years are diamond cut alloys, much the same as a standard alloy but the face or rim of the wheel will be diamond cut leaving a shiny polished look in some areas with the rest painted / powder coated. (Photo 2)
Not so common with only a few manufactures using them are split rim alloys, these can be two or three piece alloys and normally have a small bolts all around the rim to spoke area to join the pieces of the wheel together. (Photo 3)
Steel wheels are more common on light commercial vans and older cars, with the exception being wide steel wheels on some show cars.
As a general rule for full refurbishment we will need the car or wheels for 2 working days.
Our process for refurbishment can be found here.
How long will it take to refurbish my wheels?
How long will it take to straighten my buckled wheel?
We are able to offer a while you wait service by prior arrangement for wheel straightening which includes free tyre removal & re-fitting which will take around an hour from start to finish.
How long will it take to weld my cracked wheel?
We are able to offer a while you wait service by prior arrangement for wheel welding which includes free tyre removal & re-fitting which will take around an hour from start to finish