Is It Safe to Get My Wheel Repaired?
Putting Your Safety First With Wheel Repairs Wheel damage is an inevitability of driving over potholes and across second-rate road
A first-class wheel prepping process gives an even finish after painting.
Most paint and powder coating issues occur due to poor quality of finish. These issues often stem from a lack of prepping and cleaning – that’s exactly why our approach demands attention to the finest detail.
Most wheels go through a lot over the years. Potholes, curbs, dirt and debris all take a toll on alloy rims. Wheel coloring will give your rims a new lease on life and make an instant impression, too – all at an affordable cost.
Rims are one of the first things a prospective buyer sees. New wheel paint or powder coating gives a good first impression, indicating the car or truck has been well cared for. Subsequently, the resale value could increase.
Rims pick up damage from bad road conditions, dirt and daily scuffs to the surface. Chips, cracks and other damage will lead to gradual wheel corrosion. Powder coating and clear coating provide a protective barrier against the elements.
Rim wheel paint and powder coating provide many stylish design choices to accentuate your wheels.