Alloy wheels are quite popular in the UK due to their lightweight construction and excellent aesthetic appeal.
However, these are composed of non-ferrous alloys such as aluminium and magnesium and hence, are susceptible to damage.
Alloy wheels are costly, and replacing them after they have sustained damage can prove heavy on the budget.
A better and more cost-effective alternative is opting for alloy wheel refurbishment Hampshire from a reliable and expert workshop like us - Fast Fit Service Centre.
Who are we?
We are a leading automotive centre with a team of highly-experienced technicians who are adept at alloy wheel repair and will provide you with quick and efficient solutions at budget-friendly rates.
Our professionals are experienced in conducting all the alloy wheel repair and refurbishment processes, and they employ the most advanced tools and use only the best materials to restore your car's damaged alloy wheels to their original condition.
So, if you're searching for "alloy wheel refurbishment near me", opt for us.
Call us on 01256321800 to know more about our alloy wheels refurbishment services or come directly to our workshop.
Methods we follow for Alloy Wheel Refurbishment
Depending upon the nature of the damage, our experts will follow one of the three most identified alloy wheel refurbishment techniques illustrated below:
Powder coating is an inexpensive way to deal with alloy wheel damages. We'll apply this approach if your car's alloy wheels have been damaged in several spots and require a complete colour change.
First, we'll disassemble the wheel and thoroughly clean it to guarantee it's free of dirt and debris. After that, we'll use a hand blaster to remove the previous lacquer from the wheel. In the last step we'll apply a powder coating to complete the wheel service for a flawless finish.
In this case, we use a CNC lathe to remove a portion of the metal before applying the lacquer. This aids in restoring the wheel's original lustre.
This procedure is appropriate for alloy wheels that have sustained minor damage. We will treat the affected area and match it to the unaffected areas to restore its appearance.
Dangers of driving with damaged Alloy Rims
A damaged alloyed wheel will not only affect the appearance of your vehicle. It can also reduce the efficiency of your vehicle's driving and cause:
- Reduced steering stability
- Reduced fuel efficiency
- Deflation of tyres
- Poor car handling
- Vibrations in the steering column, and more
Therefore, opt for our services of alloy wheel refurbishment Hampshire at the earliest.