Bump Express, the Island’s leading vehicle cosmetic repair specialist is going from strength-to-strength and making further significant investment in their Professional Car Care Studio on Lake Industrial Estate. Reflecting their commitment to the Island and it car owners.
This latest investment now allows them to offer a full repair and refinish service for Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels and sits alongside their existing and highly successful traditional alloy repair and refinish service. With so many manufacturers now offering Diamond Cut Wheels across more and more of their cars, owners and the motor trade have had the choice of simply putting up with curb damaged and scuffed wheels or go to the time and expense of sending wheels to the mainland for repair and refurbishment.
Diamond Cut Wheels (the face of the wheel looks like a CD) can now be repaired and refinished on the Island and in less than 48 hours. With advance booking, a same day service is also available. As you would expect from Bump Express, pricing is competitive, with the added benefit of eliminating the high cost, time and inconvenience of packing and sending wheels to the mainland.
The new Diamond Cutting Wheel Service uses a state-of-the-art, computer controlled Diamond Cutting Lathe ensuring a consistent high-quality finish and adds to the extensive range of services already available, which includes cost effective repairs for bumper scuffs, minor dents, paintwork scratches, alloy wheel damage and leather interior refinishing. In addition, the company are also the Islands sole official stockist of Autobrite Direct car care products, and use these products exclusively for refinishing and detailing cars.
Bump Express help car owners to keep their cars looking like new, improve its resale value, avoid ‘end of lease’ penalty charges and unnecessary insurance claims. It’s not surprising that with an estimated 72,500 cars on the Island that Bump Express have been busy since opening their professional car Care Studio on Lake Industrial Estate (opposite Morrisons) in April 2015.