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Find a Local Alloy Wheels Repair Mechanic near You

 

Do I Need an Alloy Wheels Refurbishment and Repair Contractor?

Scratches and notches in alloy wheels not only look unattractive, they also reduce the value of the vehicle and may endanger its occupants. Minor damage to alloy wheels can quickly cause hairline cracks to develop, which cannot be repaired. It’s really important to regularly clean your alloy wheels, and to check for damage that could have been caused by anything from bad weather or accidentally mounting the kerb to driving on salty surfaces.

Whether you want to replace your alloy wheels or repair them and remove scratches or dents, alloy wheel refurbishment and repair specialists can help. It’s well worth investing in the repair, as this is often less than half the price of purchasing a new rim.

What Do Alloy Wheels Refurbishment and Repair Specialist Mechanics Do?

An alloy wheels and refurbishment expert is a specialist mechanic who can help to eliminate any damage, polish the rims and restore them to their original look. If abrasions, bumps or corrosion are found on the alloy wheels, repair in the form of partial painting is usually the best solution.

The duties of an alloy wheels repair worker include:

  • Checking your alloy wheels and recommending any necessary repairs: An alloy wheels mechanic will take a closer look to see if there are bumps in the edge of the rim, and then thoroughly clean the damaged area with nitro thinner — this is the only way to accurately identify the actual size of the damage. The specialist can then easily repair your wheel by sanding, polishing and repainting it.
  • Preparing the rim: A rim cannot be processed on the spot. It requires a complete renovation, since it must be removed. Repair specialists will remove the rim and investigate for further damage on the alloy's inner surface. They can keep the tyre on the vehicle as they remove the rim and, working their way up, they will make sure that the balance weights of the wheels are not loose.
  • Eliminating damage: Specialist alloy wheel repair mechanics work very carefully, using an electric multi-tool to grind out the coarsest scratches, nicks and cracks. The damaged area can then be filled and smoothed.

How to Find a Specialist Alloy Wheels Repair Mechanic near You

To find an alloy wheel repair mechanic near you, follow our simple three-step process:

  1. Post your job: Find your location, either by typing in your postcode or town, or selecting where you are from our extensive list of regions, counties and cities in the UK. We ask you to select your maximum budget, so that you never pay more than what you can afford. Post the details of your job and we’ll match you with tradesmen in your area who are qualified and experienced to do the work.
  2. Get quotes: We’ll send your job listing to car mechanics in your area. We’ll notify you via text when three tradesmen have expressed interest in your job.
  3. Select your tradesman: Review the profiles and experience of the tradesmen interested in working with you. You can use HaMuch to read customer reviews from people just like you, compare rates and see how close they are to you. You can even communicate with tradesmen to discuss the work before making your decision — you’re in complete control!

Our search tools are designed to help you find a tradesman that best suits your needs, budget and location.

When looking for an alloy wheels refurbishment and repair specialist, check out our list of other tradesmen on HaMuch. You can find an extensive list of car mechanics and car bodywork repair specialists on our site.

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