The cosmetic appearance of your alloy or aluminum wheels can be difficult to maintain. Wheels are consistently exposed to harmful road elements like tar, dirt, salt, and stones. Minor impacts like curb damage and potholes can have adverse effects on the appearance and performance of your wheels.
Know When It’s Time for Wheel Repair and Conditioning
- Is there rust or dirt build-up on the bead seat of the wheel or rim?
- Can you see rust on the inside or outside of the bolt hole of the wheel?
- Is there rust or dirt on the visible surface of the wheel?
Build-up of rust and debris are reasons to seek wheel and rim repair and conditioning services. Sometimes you may not even be aware of the cracks and defects below the dirt and rust. Allow one of our wheel repair and conditioning professionals to blast the wheel for a closer examination of the damage incurred during travel to better understand the necessary wheel and rim repairs.
What Does Wheel Repair and Conditioning Involve?
Each wheel repair and conditioning service includes stripping the old finish, straightening the wheel, welding, and restoring the original color and shade with a near-exact paint match.
Worried about cost? Wheel repair and conditioning is generally 40% cheaper than buying new wheels, which makes wheel repair and conditioning the perfect cost-saving option drivers who take pride in maintaining the appearance of their vehicle.
Our wheel repair services are designed to cover both preventative maintenance and emergency repairs. We pride ourselves on returning like-new appearance and performance during each and every wheel repair and conditioning service.
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