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For car enthusiasts and everyday drivers in London, alloy wheels are a significant investment. They enhance the look and performance of your vehicle but can be prone to damage. A common question we encounter at JR Alloy Wheel Repair is: “How much does it cost to repair an alloy wheel?” Let’s explore our pricing structure to give you a clear understanding.

Table of Contents:

  1. Overview of Alloy Wheel Repair Costs
  2. Factors Influencing the Cost
  3. Price Breakdown by Service
  4. Additional Services and Charges
  5. Conclusion

Overview of Alloy Wheel Repair Costs

The cost of repairing alloy wheels can vary depending on several factors, including the size of the wheel, the extent of the damage, and the specific type of repair needed. At JR Alloy Wheel Repair, we pride ourselves on transparent and competitive pricing.

Factors Influencing the Cost

Several factors can affect the cost of alloy wheel repair:

  1. Wheel Size: Larger wheels generally cost more to repair.
  2. Type of Repair: Different repairs like powder coating, diamond cutting, or straightening have varying costs.
  3. Extent of Damage: More extensive damage may require additional labour and materials, influencing the price.

Price Breakdown by Service

Our pricing as of December 2023 is as follows:

Powder Coating:

  • Up to 15”: £72 per wheel, £264 per set
  • 16” – 18”: £84 per wheel, £312 per set
  • 19”: £90 per wheel, £336 per set
  • And so on, up to 24” wheels at £144 per wheel, £552 per set

Diamond Cut:

  • Up to 15”: £96 per wheel, £360 per set
  • 16” – 18”: £108 per wheel, £408 per set
  • And so on, up to 24” wheels at £174 per wheel, £696 per set

Additional Services and Charges

We also offer miscellaneous services such as:

  • Tyre Change: £24
  • Wheel Straightening: £84
  • Wheel Welding: £84
  • And more, including services like tyre disposal and loan wheels

Note: The set consists of 4 wheels. All prices include VAT unless specified otherwise. The listed prices do not include straightening and/or welding, which are charged separately.

 

Conclusion:

At JR Alloy Wheel Repair, we offer a wide range of services to meet all your alloy wheel repair needs. Our pricing is structured to provide you with cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality. Whether you need a simple cosmetic touch-up or more extensive repairs, we have the expertise and facilities to get your wheels looking and performing their best.

FAQs on Alloy Wheel Repair Costs

Q1: Does the repair cost vary based on wheel design?

A1: Yes, complex wheel designs, like split rims, may incur additional costs due to the extra labour and precision required.

Q2: Is there a difference in cost between different finishes?

A2: Different finishes, such as matte, gloss, or metallic, can vary in price due to the different materials and processes involved.

Q3: Are there any hidden costs I should be aware of?

A3: We ensure transparency in our pricing. Any additional costs, such as for extensive damage or additional services, will be clearly communicated before work begins.

Q4: Do you offer any warranties on your repair work?

A4: Yes, we offer warranties on certain services. Please inquire for specific details based on the repair service you require.

Q5: Can I get a quote before committing to a repair?

A5: Absolutely! We provide no-obligation quotes based on our assessment of your wheel’s condition.

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