Get Instant Help Frequently Asked Wheel Repair Questions

  • How long have you been repairing wheels?

    (Owner) Vince Mathis has been in the wheel repair industry for over 9 years, but have been into automotive reconditioning and custom car building for 30+ years.
  • What is your typical charge for wheel repair?

    Wheel repair varies on the size of the wheel and the amount of damage the wheel has, but typically a repair is $100.
  • How long does it take to repair my wheels?

    One wheel can be repaired within an hour usually, where 4 wheels can take 2-3 hours depending on the amount of damage on each wheel.
  • Do I have to set an appointment to get my wheels repaired?

    Yes, you must contact us to set an appointment to get your wheels repaired.
  • Do I have to take the wheel off the car or remove the tire from the wheel?

    Luckily you do not have to do either of these! With many years of experience, we've come up with the best way to repair your wheel without having to take these extra steps. Our methods save time and money for you!
  • Is my damage too bad to be fixed?

    Typically most curb rash accidents can be fixed unless the damage takes a big chunk of metal out of the wheel. The best thing to do is take a picture of your wheel and text or email us so we can tell you if it can be repaired or not.
  • What kind of wheels can be repaired?

    Any painted wheel can be repaired back to like new condition unless damage is very significant in which a 90-95% repair can still be made. Polished and machined two-tone wheels can not be repaired back 100% factory condition due to the type of finish. We can repair them to where they are fixed and not noticeable but not to 100% unfortunately. To get polished or machined wheels to 100%, they will need to be shipped to a facility that does the process with a CNC lathe which will consist of repair cost and shipping cost.
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