Quality is not negotiable.
We will never compromise on quality. We only use the equipment and auto body repair processes as prescribed by each manufacturer. All our technicians are trained by the manufacturers themselves. Which means all our repair work meet all your manufacturer’s specifications. When you get your vehicle back, it really is as your manufacturer intended it.
Understand the repair process by following the steps below and familiarise yourself with a brief synopsis of each step in the process.
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During the repair process the vehicle is protected by encapsulating the vehicle to prevent excess dust or overspray.
Factory joints are returned to original specifications by use of manufacturer-prescribed sealer applications.
Vehicle structural tolerances are measured according to predefined manufacturer specifications through using of hi-tech alignment equipment and frame-measuring technology.
Spot welding forms an integral part of the panelbeating process, ensuring that the structural integrity of the vehicle is maintained at all times.
All plastic trims such as bumpers, beadings etc. are repaired in-house, thereby accelerating the repair process and ensuring consistency of quality.
The painting process takes place in a pressurised environment, thereby minimising the interference of dust particles with the quality of the auto body paint work.
Colour matching is done to the exact manufacturer specifications through a scientific paint-mixing process. Continual training by paint manufacturers ensures the correct application of all paint colours.
The paint-preparation process is expedited through the use of the latest infrared drying technology, especially during winter months.
Paint technicians specialise in achieving the highest levels of paint quality, colour matching and paint finish through the use of the latest waterborne paint technology.
Work health and safety is of paramount importance. Air pollution is minimised through filtered extraction.
All vehicles are given a final wax-over, ensuring optimal protection of existing paint and newly finished surfaces
Pre-delivery quality inspections are carried out by highly trained and experienced engineers, who ensure that all quality issues have been dealt with before the vehicle is handed over.