RGM Vehicle Body Repairs
Sunday 16th of December 2018

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Car Accident Repairs - Repair Process

It is your choice where your vehicle is repaired and the insurer must meet all reasonable costs of the repair.

Your insurance company engineer will arrange to inspect the vehicle and agree figures with our Technical Estimator by using our fully computerised advance management estimating system, which is linked to the estimating methods of Audatex and/or GlasMatix.

Our Estimator will carry out a full inspection of your vehicle prior to submitting the report to insurers of the extent of the accident damage. All required parts will be ordered ready for the repair process to begin and once insurers have agreed the work to be undertaken the repair process is underway.

Accident Repair Engineering

RGM Accident Repairs Engineering Workshop
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Our technicians have available all modern appropriate tools and equipment to ensure your vehicle can be easily and professionally repaired. Needless to say this includes hydraulic ramps, air tools etc. For vehicles that require recovery, we have Low-loader recovery vehicles, so please call even if you cannot get your vehicle to us!

The provision of the latest techniques in re-alignment together with manufactures recognised repair procedures ensures that all repairs will pass our strict quality inspections. All engineering work is completed before finishing work is conducted, just as in the manufacturer production line, prior to final preparation, priming and accurate colour match painting.

Car and Van Repair Workshops

Our fully equipped workshops in both Swansea and Haverfordwest are large enough to ensure that vehicles under repair do not have to be left outside and open to the UK weather whilst undergoing repairs. It also ensures we have ample space when conducting body/chassis straightening work.

Only the highest quality materials are used throughout the repair process and this includes the use of two pack primers and top coats, which are applied by our highly skilled paint technicians within our onsite purpose built spraybooths and ovens.

Low Bake Oven - Car Respraying and Paintwork Repairs

Car respraying - Vehicles waiting to enter the Spraybooths
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When your vehicle first rolled off the production line the paint was 'baked' on in industrial ovens. If you are spending money on paintwork repairs you would expect the same high level of finishing as on the production line. Our low bake oven ensure a controlled and dust free environment, quicker and better quality spraying and constant drying times. In summary, a quality finish!

The colour code will have been noted and checked, the paint will then be mixed on a state-of-the-art paint mixing scheme/system. This attention to detail ensures that colour match and final finish meets or exceeds the original manufacturers’ specifications and with the application of modern materials, paints and equipment, we are able to minimise the time your vehicle is off the road. 

Once the paint process is complete we then submit the vehicle for quality inspection prior to re-build of all previously removed parts (Or new). The next stage in the process is to submit the vehicle for re-inspection prior to valet and then final quality control inspection. This ensures that all aspects of the repair have been completed in accordance with the manufactures strict requirements and in order to maintain the integrity of their original warrantee.

Car Repairs - Quality First Every Time

Our aim has always been to put Quality first - every time. As the
motor industry has evolved over the years RGM has adopted the
highest of quality standards and we continually adapt
and change with it to ensure that our commitment
to quality is maintained.