Interior surfaces inside vehicles are often affected by damage, such as fabric tears, chipped vinyl and scuffed surfaces.
Seat covers and interiors covered in leather can be ripped, though Canterbury vehicle interior experts are able to do quality leather repairs.
Velour seats with either patterned or plain designs can be fixed, whether you've got holes caused by cigarettes, or tears and rips need repairing.
Vinyl trim and dashes are often affected by deep scratches and scuffs, and dashboard holes from removed mobile phone cradles are not very attractive.
Defects like these can be filled and painted, however, to match manufacturer's original colouring and textures.
Many surfaces can get scuff marks or scratches in your car, leaving behind unsightly marks, ruining the inside or exterior of your vehicle in Canterbury. Where Seat interiors are concerned, moulded dashboards and vinyl trim can be damaged by items being transported in your car, from furniture to baggage, car boot items to plants. Fabric on ceilings and floors of cars can also be affected.
With vehicle exteriors, bumpers frequently get knocked on obstacles such as walls and high kerbs, however bases of doors on cars and edges of alloys can experience damage from kerb stone contact resulting in the possibility of rusting occurring because paint gets removed.
Should your car be in an accident, having been hit by another car in a front, side or rear crash, or a stationary object like a tree or bollard, a Canterbury bodywork specialist can undertake Mitsubishi repairs that are undetectable. From pulling dents out of damaged panels, or replacing split bumpers, to colour matching to existing manufacturer paint and spray painting car and vehicle panels. The body shops at the Canterbury garages RepairACar works with to offer high quality body work services and carry out repairs that are guaranteed, giving you a Renault that looks like new.
Fitting alloy wheels can give your car kerb appeal whether you have an Audi, Chrysler or Mitsubishi.
Varying spoke and rim designs can be chosen between when looking at alloy wheels, and different colours such as red and blue rimmed black or silver wheels.
Unfortunately damage to alloys can occur, especially considering the amount of contact they have with the elements and the road.
Corrosion caused by salt content in road grit frequently occurs, whilst bubbles at rims can ruin your alloys.
Dents and kerbing marks can also spoil alloys when parking your car, whilst surface textures can be spoilt by scuffs and scratches.
Restoration work on alloys can be handled by Canterbury specialists in body work through shot blasting, lacquering and painting to refurbish alloys completely that ensure your car's tyres look good.
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