The Process

Step 1 – Welcome and Quotation

If your vehicle is insured, we will contact your insurance assessor to assess the damage on your vehicle. If your vehicle is not insured we will give you a free quote based on the visible damage on the spot for you to approve.

Step 2 – Stripping

Damaged areas need to be disassembled to make work on the area safe and easy and to avoid paint getting on parts that are still undamaged.

Step 3 – Panel beating

If the damaged panels require panel beating it will be done during this step at a dedicated panel beating area by qualified panel beaters. If a panel is to be replaced the new panel will be ordered and as soon as it arrives it will be sent straight to the preparation bay.

Step 4 – Preparation bay

Damaged panels or new panels are primed here and the remaining panels masked using a soft plastic sheet to protect the vehicle from overspray. Our workshop is equipped with four dry flatting preparation bays and infrared curing systems to ensure that all panels are prepared using the latest methods.

Step 5 – Spray booth

After your vehicle’s paint has been matched and mixed by our professional spray painter, your car will be sprayed in a dust free, down draft Aer-O-cure spray booth. Your car will be baked at 65⁰C until the paint is dry.

Step 6 – Assembly

All disassembled parts are to be assembled and alignment and functionality checked.

Step 7 – Polishing

Your vehicle is then sent to the polishing bay where final polishing and cleaning takes place.

Step 8 – Quality Inspection

Our comprehensive check list ensures that your entire vehicle is checked thoroughly by a Quality Control Manager.

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