What Is The Real Price Of Alloy Wheel Refurbishment?
It is hard to know what price to expect with an alloy wheel refurbishment company, and most people feel relatively powerless when they are charged well over the industry standard. How can you know whether a price quoted by a workshop is right?
This article will guide you through the different process of alloy wheel refurbishment and base prices to expect.
First, let us go through the common alloy wheel damage
Our alloy wheel specialists fix a wide range of alloy wheels, from standard alloys to diamond cut and split rim, and we deal with all common alloy wheel damage, including:
- Scuffed or kerb’d wheels
- Scratches and dents
- Alloy corrosion
- Pothole damage
- Split rim wheel repair
- Straightening alloys
All you need to do is contact us over the phone or online to get an appointment and a rough estimate for your alloy repair job.
Industry Standard alloy wheel repair cost with Number Plate Clinic
The amount you pay for your alloy wheel refurbishment entirely depends on the type of treatment your alloy wheel goes through, the extent of alloy damage and the size of your wheels.
A 20 inches alloy wheel treated with a standard alloy wheel refurbishment process cost about £74 per wheel, and if the alloy size is 21 inches or more, the cost goes up to near about £90 per wheel.
You will save on your alloy wheel refurbishment cost if you do all four alloy wheels at the same time where the cost for a set of 20 inches alloys will cost about £276 and a set of 21 inches will cost around £330.
The cost of repairing alloy wheel scuff ranges from £48 to £120 per wheel, and it depends on wheel size and the extent of the damage.
The average cost of diamond cut alloy wheel refurbishment treatment is about £114 per wheel and is performed after diagnosing the strength of the alloys, which is absolutely free.