Swansea Mobile Bumper Repair Scratch Scrape Removal Services Launched

Swansea mobile auto repair experts Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Swansea launched an updated bumper welding, refurbishment and repair service. The company offers prompt intervention and repair for scratched, scraped and cracked bumpers, grills, trims, mirror casings and other plastic parts.

Swansea, United Kingdom - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Swansea, a professional mobile auto repair company, launched updated mobile bumper repair and refurbishment services. The company works with professional auto technicians to provide prompt intervention and repair for bumpers, grills, mirror casings and other plastic elements.

More information can be found at https://alloywheelrefurbishmentswansea.co.uk/alloy-wheel-refurbishment-swansea-services/car-bumper-repair-swansea.html.

Replacing a scratched, cracked or otherwise damaged bumper is a costly and inconvenient operation. Mobile bumper repair can be a convenient and affordable alternative, especially if the damage is not extremely severe.

Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Swansea has extensive experience providing a wide range of mobile auto repair services for clients in Swansea, South Wales and surrounding areas. The company has recently launched an updated bumper repair service, using quality plastic welding equipment to provide high-efficiency solutions for all types of vehicles.

Clients can contact the company for immediate assistance with a wide range of bumper issues, including scrapes, scratches, scuffs, dents, minor cracks etc. The company uses a fleet of highly-trained and experienced technicians to provide quick mobile response and ensure that the bumper is restored to its initial condition as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Vehicle owners can also contact the company for repair and refurbishment of other plastic items as well, including spoilers, grills, trims, mirror casings and others.

For mobile interventions, clients must ensure that the auto technicians have access to a power point and a parking space in the immediate vicinity of the damaged vehicle.

The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide high-quality, professional and reliable mobile repair solutions.

A satisfied client said: “I backed into a tree and cracked the bumper of my car. I surfed around the web for a quote to get it fixed and the body shops were just too expensive. Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Swansea was the first place to give a decent quote for the repair and they came to my home to do it. Steve was great – professional, courteous, and on time. I will definitely recommend him.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Magill
Organization: Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Swansea
Address: 1 Valley Way Swansea Enterprise Park Swansea West Glamorgan SA6 8QP, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-7792-320692

For more information, please visit http://www.alloywheelrefurbishmentswansea.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 275089

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