- "Will my wheels look like new?"
- "Will refurbishing increase my car's value?"
- "Can you refurbish my special edition MOMOs?"
- "Can you colour match my wheels?"
- "Can I have pink wheels?" "I only have a small scuff.. do I have to pay the full amount?"
- "How do you refurbish wheels?"
- "Do you lacquer/varnish the wheel?"
- "Can you repair split rims?"
- "Can you refurbish chrome wheels and polished metal wheels?"
- "Can you repair leaky split rims?"
- "Can you refurbish diamond-cut rims?"
- What about Porsche Wheels - Split Rims
- "What kind of damage can you repair?"
- "Can you repair dented/cracked wheels?"
- "Do you take the tyres off?" - "Can you fit tyres?
- "How long does alloy wheel refurbishment take?"
- "Do you come to us?"
"Will refurbishment increase my vehicle's value?"
When it comes to value, wheels are as important to a car as a kitchen is important to a house. When you see those TV programs like Property Ladder, House Doctor and Extreme Makeover Home Edition, they will tell you that if you want to increase the value of your property, then you should refit the kitchen - by spending £2,000 you can increase the value by up to £10,000. This is because it is the central feature of any house.
Wheels are the main aesthetic feature of most cars, this is especially true of cars that are sold mainly on their aesthetics such as BMW, Mercedes and Audi, Ford, Renault and Peugeot. This is especially true of Alfa Romeos where the car is built around the wheels.
The only time that refurbishing will not increase the value is when you car has after-market wheels that don't suit the car... as with many things, an extra isn't necessarily an enhancement - refurbished or not!
and we'll tell you if we can do it. Then just call and book in!