At Kingscourt Coachworks, our workshop in Chessington provides widespread coverage throughout Surrey and our Car Body Repairs in Esher extend into many nearby areas including Esher. We begin our body repair process using time-served panel beaters who manipulate damaged panels to restore their original shape. On major accident repair work, we perform full panel replacements. Sometimes, this may involve cutting away damaged panels and welding on a new replacement.
Panel preparation is a key factor in the Car Body Repairs in Epsom we provide for customers in Chessington and the surrounding Epsom area. After completing the repair process, your vehicle moves on to our experienced preparation team who create a flat and perfectly etched service for priming. Once the primer dries, we use modern dry-sanding and traditional wet-flatting techniques to leave a smooth panel surface that’s protected from moisture and ready to receive paint.
After masking out adjacent panels, we move your vehicle into a low-bake oven and paint the repaired panels using water-based colours and protective clear coats. Prior to painting, we use advanced colour-matching technology to ensure the paint we use matches your vehicle shade. Next, we bake the finished paintwork at high temperatures to produce resilient Car Body Repairs in Leatherhead for our valued customers in Chessington and Leatherhead.
Although our Car Body Repairs in Cobham are amongst the best to be found anywhere in the local Chessington and Cobham areas, we go the extra mile by cutting and polishing the finished paintwork to remove minor defects such as dust that accumulates during the refinishing stage. Kingscourt Coachworks use high-grade cutting compounds and glazing polishes to leave a final finish that matches the original condition of your vehicle prior to the accident.
Our car was returned yesterday – looking pristine fresh and almost new. We are very pleased with the job done by Kingswood Coachworks...
Thank you and your team for the great job you did in repairing, on the spot, my wifes VW beetle door...