Alloy wheels are gaining popularity by the day among car owners, courtesy of their stylish looks and anti-corrosive properties. Nonetheless, alloy wheels are not made up of hard metal, making them susceptible to physical damage.
Dents and scuffs on alloy wheels not only mar its looks but can also compromises driving safety.
Therefore, if you notice dents, scratches or scuffs on your car’s alloy wheels, Reading Tyres is a reliable destination for you. We offer top-quality alloy wheel welding Reading at affordable rates.
Wheel welding at Reading Tyres
Our experts possess in-depth knowledge and the technical know-how to conduct wheel welding with maximum precision and deliver durable results.
A brief overview of how we perform wheel welding is given below:
First off, we will dislodge the car wheels and remove the tyre to help our experts examine the wheel.
Then, our experts will conduct a thorough inspection of the wheel and the cracked region. This will help them ascertain the damage extent and accordingly choosing the appropriate procedure. Sometimes, there can be a buckle along with the cracks. In such cases, we fix the buckle first.
Moving on with wheel welding Reading, our technicians will clean, cut and shape the damaged area to identify any remaining scratches or lacerations using hydraulic press machinery.
Our wheel welding experts will then use state-of-the-art equipment to fuse the area without overheating the alloy. They will then ensure it is evened out and does not hamper tyre-wheel contact.
Our experts will then polish the wheel and the repaired area to achieve a factory finish and then refit the tyre and mount the wheel/tyre assembly back onto your vehicle to complete our comprehensive wheel welding Reading service.
Symptoms of alloy wheel damage
Some common giveaways (apart from the visible damage) that indicate damage in your car alloy wheels are:
- Faster air pressure loss in car tyres
- Increased braking distance
- Juddering wheels
- Reduced acceleration rate
- Compromised steering response
- Diminished car control
- Accelerated tyre wear
Experts recommend searching for a “wheel welding garage near me” if you notice any of the above symptoms.
What damages do we repair?
We offer car alloy wheel welding for the following types of damages:
- Kerb damage
- Scrapes and scuffs, etc.
Therefore, do not hesitate and drop by our facility at Unit 1, 81 Russell Street, Reading, RG1 7XG, for professional car alloy wheel welding at the best rates.
For more information, do not hesitate to call us on 01183751591. Our team will be happy to talk to you.