Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists
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After a less than mild winter, my wheels had taken a beaten. I had cracked a factory alloy wheel, had it welded by an aluminum welder, but the wheel would not maintain steady air pressure in my tire. I decided to get aftermarket TSW wheels in matte black, but had to do so before pothole season ended. So a few months in, my wheels have taken some cosmetic damage. I was seeking a wheel repair specialist and came across AWRS. I was drawn in by their mobility, as I work 80+ hours a week and attend graduate school. I first submitted a quote via the main website, but never received a response. After a week or so, I contacted the local "specialist" directly via email. This is the exact response I received: "Not very interested in fixing the wheel. Looks by your photo to be spray painted. Experience with working spray painted wheels is not good. Thank you for your request, but no thank you." The "specialist" made an assumption as to the wheel's paint, did not make any inquiries, and had the unbelievable audacity to actually claim he was uninterested in DOING HIS JOB. Here's the thing... if you don't like the potential of a job on a contractual basis, just make a high enough quote that would make it worth your time. The client can then choose to decline or pay. I would never recommend doing business with someone who engages in such ignorant business practice. If assigning zero stars was an option, I would do so.