SprayCraft, a car body repair service which specialises in same-day alloy wheels refurbishment and paint repairs, has moved to much larger premises on the Heathcote Industrial Estate in Warwick after a boom in business.

Managing director Sid Sidhu, who has invested more than £250,000 in the very latest equipment for the new site, said the company had outgrown the previous premises across the road in just three years.
In addition to a new spray booth for car body repairs, the company has also invested heavily in the very latest equipment for alloy wheel refurbishment, including a diamond cutting machine, which fast-reads the wheel and enables SprayCraft to refurbish four wheels in a day, where others are taking up to two weeks. “As far as I know it’s the only one in the region,” he said.

There has also been investment in a new hydraulic lift (capable of lifting four tons), a water wash powder coating booth, specialist spray guns and a digital paint mixing system.“With customers such as local franchised dealership groups and independent prestige car showrooms, we need the best,” said Mr Sidhu.

As well as the alloy wheel diamond cutting service, SprayCraft undertakes car body repairs, such as bumper scrapes, scratches and dents to bodywork, a powder coating service, and alloy wheel custom colour changes.

“We are always happy for customers to drop in for a free estimate and advice on any repair that they may require,” said Mr Sidhu.

Commercial solicitor Nick Watts from Leamington law firm Blythe Liggins, who advises Mr Sidhu on business matters and who handled the conveyancing, said SprayCraft was a booming business. “I handled the conveyancing of his original premises on the other side of Hurlbutt Road less than four years ago and was amazed at the speed with which the business had outgrown them. The new premises at Unit 15 Hurlbutt Road are about four times the size.

“SprayCraft has a well-earned reputation among car franchises, national chains, car body repair shops and Midlands’s motorists,” said Mr Watts.

More information can be obtained by visiting spraycraftrepairs.co.uk or calling 01926 332060 or 01926 428484.

CAPTION: Before and after: Sid Sidhu and Nick Watts holding an alloy wheel after diamond cutting, while other wheels in the foreground await refurbishment.

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