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Car welding is a service you may need, not only if you have had an accident but also through general wear and tear to your vehicle. Cold winter weather and rough terrain can take their toll on your vehicle, and unseen rust can build up to make panelling weak; many people are surprised to find they need some welding work when they’ve never had any form of accident.
The amount of welding work required will depend on the amount of damage sustained. In some instances you may require only a little spot welding to fix a small hole. Other times a whole panel may need to be replaced or other more substantial work may be required. Luckily we are able to use our welding torches to fix everything from floor panels and suspensions to the chassis and sills.
The type of welding you need will depend on the type and extent of damage to your vehicle. We offer both patch and seam welding and have many years’ experience so you can rest assured your vehicle is in safe hands.
All of our welding work is up to and above MOT standards. If your car has failed its MOT because it needs some welding, we can talk you through your options and the likely costs involved before undertaking any work. We offer reasonable prices and effective solutions, and we will always be honest with you about the amount of work required in order to get your car through its MOT successfully.
We understand that taking your car in for repairs can be a nuisance at the best of times, and having to book separate appointments for each repair only adds to the headache. We always aim to complete all work in one appointment to avoid any delays or inconvenience for you.
There are lots of “how-to” videos online for this sort of thing, but really welding is best left to the professionals! Car welding requires high temperatures and specialist equipment and techniques; the last thing you want to do is to cause further damage to your car, or worse to yourself. Our in-house welder has spent years honing his skills and is a real craftsman, always aiming to ensure any joins are hidden from view as much as possible.
Before modern, mass-producing machinery was introduced, all cars were individually welded together when they were made. This means that if you have a vintage car in need of a spot of repair work, welding may well be the best approach to ensure your car maintains its authenticity. The same loving care and attention goes into every job here at MOT City so you have nothing to worry about.