Edmonton’s #1 Wheel Repair Services
This is why our #1 goal is to restore your corroded, pitted, peeling, bent, cracked or faded wheels to “like new” condition again. We’ve serviced thousands of rims and wheels in Edmonton and our team of highly skilled technicians are dedicated to keeping your wheels looking new and running true, at a cost effective alternative to the purchase of new wheels.
Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists provides a professional painted, machined, polished, or personalized alloy wheel refinishing service. With our refinishing tools, specialized paints and clearcoat techniques, our trained technicians repair cosmetically or structurally damaged alloy wheels that are scuffed, scratched, scraped, gouged, discoloured or have peeling paint to like-new condition.
The refinishing process includes re-surfacing, re-priming, re-painting and clear coating utilizing patented paint adhesion technology. OEM-approved paint is color matched to every wheel before repair for a full replication of the factory finish. It’s a highly specialized technique that guarantees a match with the rest of your undamaged wheels for all foreign and domestic cars.
Potholes, curbs, road hazards and debris can cause bends to the inner and/or outer lip of a wheel. If left uncorrected, it will not only destroy your tires, it can cause serious damage to both the steering and suspension systems of your vehicle. That’s why Wheel Specialists have devised our own patented straightening process to straighten almost any bent rim – whether it’s a 14″ OEM or 26″ custom rim.
Our safety inspection process requires every rims diagnosis with a highly sensitive measuring tool to find the exact location, severity of the bend and to check for hidden fractures. The damaged area is then straightened to original manufacturers’ specifications with our specialized wheel straightening machines and highly trained technicians.
Remanufacturing is utilized for structurally damaged wheels, including those that are cracked or severely bent. They are repaired using state-of-the-art CNC technology and digital profiling. This process involves stripping the wheel of its former finish, welding (if required), and safely cutting the surface with a CNC lathe.
Once the wheel is cleaned, powder primed, painted, and powder clear-coated, it is oven-baked. Remanufacturing utilizes production processes similar to those utilized when a wheel is manufactured.
There are also many variations of traditional wheel colour finishes depending on the concentration of metallic within the paint. More metallic usually gives a brighter finish, while less metallic usually gives a flatter/matte finish. If your alloy wheels are already coloured and have cosmetic damage, AWRS is the only wheel repair service that can repair and repaint your wheels to match the colour.