Sydney Mag Wheel Repair

Mag Wheels on Black BMWNeed a mag wheel repair? Bumpertek provides same day, high-quality, mobile alloy wheel and rim repairs – saving Sydneysiders time and money.

If your alloy wheels are looking worse for wear, our mobile technicians can revive the damage and have your wheels back to original condition – in a matter of hours. Serving all of Sydney and surrounds, our process is not only high-quality, but our technicians will come on-site to your home or office to repair the damage to your wheels.

If you’ve never had an alloy wheel repair or used an on-site repair technician, here is a rundown of why you should, and what it’ll involve.

What are mag wheels?

Car wheels are traditionally made of steel which is a heavy but durable material for use.

Alloy wheels, however, are made of other metals – usually aluminum combined with nickel or magnesium) and are used to provide other qualities to the wheel. Aluminum in particular is used for wheels because it’s lighter in weight and still durable and strong.

The term ‘mag wheels’ is sometimes used interchangeably with alloy wheels and actually refers to wheels made out of magnesium metal alloy. These are particularly popular in automotive racing as they are lightweight and also have a high shine.

What is gutter rash – and why do I have it?

Hear that sound? Everyone, at one time or another, has hit a pothole or misjudged a kerb only to hear a scraping sound from their wheels. That damage around the edge of your mag wheel is gutter rash.

Most of the time it happens when the driver of a car isn’t sure of the dimensions of the vehicle or where their front and rear wheels are. It means that when they have to get close to an edge to park or pull over, they end up too close to the kerb.

Most alloy wheels are painted in some way, and this is never more obvious than when the wheel has experienced some damage. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be permanent – with the help of a professional repairer, your alloy or mag wheels can be back to their original condition in no time!

Why enlist a professional?

If you have cosmetic damage to your mag or alloy wheels, one of the first things you’ll notice as you search for repair options is the amount of DIY advice on the internet. However, doing your mag wheel repair yourself could result in even more damage – and a larger repair bill to get it fixed.

By enlisting the services of a professional to fix the damage to your mag or alloy wheels, you can be confident that your repair will match the existing colour of your car, be completed to a quality finish and be sealed, to ensure no further damage will occur to your wheels.

Better yet, by using Bumpertek to complete the cosmetic damage to your alloy wheels, you’ll have the benefit of a high-quality repair without having to leave your home or office. Our 100% mobile service comes to you and features competitive pricing for our quality, professional repairs.

How does it work?

Getting your alloy wheels repaired by Bumpertek takes just three easy steps:

  1. Get a quote: Contact us by phone or our online form to receive your obligation-free quote from our expert technicians. We’ll typically request you send a picture of the damage so they can provide an accurate gauge of the cost of your repair.
  2. Book in your car: Our technicians will then book in a time that suits you to repair your car. As a mobile service, we go to you – so you can have your car repaired from the comfort of your home.
  3. Get your mobile repair: The final step is getting your high-quality, mobile repair. Most repairs can be completed in just a few hours, meaning you won’t be without a car while you wait to get it fixed.

So, if you have alloy or mag wheels that need some love and care, get in touch with Bumpertek today.