Car Paint in Auckland
When we talk about car paint, there are a few different types of services we’re referring to:
Touch up car paint
As the name describes, this is generally a smaller paint job where a specific section of your vehicle needs to be touched up. We may need to buff or polish first, or we may need to do minor repair work to remove damage that a dent or ding has left.
Touch up paint is often what is needed if a car door has been scratched, a branch has fallen on your car, or a shopping trolley or child’s scooter has come too close.
Collision repair car paint
This is usually paintwork that is needed on a larger section, requiring a bit more work than touch up paint.
If your vehicle has been involved in a collision and there is damage to it, once we’ve completed the repair work, we will need to paint the affected section(s). Usually this involves a bumper, door, side panel or the bonnet of your car. We will repair the damage, buff, polish, colour match and paint.
Car colour change or respray
It is possible to completely change the colour of your vehicle in its entirety, or just a few panels. This is often the case when you want your vehicle to match your company branding, or if you’re a car enthusiast and want a unique look.
You may also want to change the colour of a car you’ve purchased second hand. Perhaps you’ve found a great deal, or the car of your dreams, but it’s in the wrong colour. We can help change that.
Our car paint professionals can help you select your car paint colour, and can also suggest the best possible method for a full or partial car respray. Our professionally trained panel beater team in Mt Roskill Collision Centre can help you get a factory finish every time.
Will insurance pay for a car paint job?
In some instances, a paint job may be part of an insurance claim you make after damage or a collision. At Mt Roskill Collision Centre we partner with several of the most reputable car insurance companies in New Zealand and have fantastic working relationships with them. We understand the variances between different policies and can help you determine whether paintwork can be part of your claim.
Why car paint is so important – the aesthetic reasons
The paint on your vehicle serves two purposes – aesthetic and functional.
The aesthetic purpose of your car paint is to help it look good. Looking after your car includes having scratches, dings and dents repaired and painted. This shows to others that you take care of your car. If and when you go to sell your car, a buyer will be more willing to pay a higher price knowing that the vehicle has been looked after.
It’s also a proven fact that looking after your property and possessions is a self-fulfilling thing. The more you look after something, the more effort you will make to continue to look after it – and the more effort others will make in keeping your car in good condition.
Why car paint is so important – the functional reasons
The functional purpose of your vehicle paint is to provide protection. The paint on your car helps to protect the metal from damage. High quality paint on your car, along with galvanised steel, means that cars no longer succumb to rust like they used. Advances in vehicle manufacturing, coating and painting mean body parts now stay in much better shape.
The Mt Roskill Collision Centre promise
Our goal is to have everyone on New Zealand roads driving safely. We offer a lifetime guarantee on our car repairs from our panel beating and collision repair service centre in Mt Roskill, Auckland. Contact us online or call us on 0800 227 762 for a free quote or to book an appointment.Contact Us