“Well! yes? No!” Let me start at the beginning. At one time we did a lot of glass fibre; which by the way is not a true plastic, but as time went on the plastic welding took over. Until the other week we had a phone call from a gent that had been recommended to us. Now we could not let him down could we and took on the repair of his Austin Montego bumper.
After a bit of reasearch to get back up to speed and some investment in materials we completed the job to a very high standard. The customer was very pleased with the result.
Would we do it again? Yes we would.
Here we are again at the start of another tough trading year. Like you we will be looking for the best price for the services to run the business. So I thought this maybe a good time to out line how you can get the best deal from us. Customers who use us regularly will already know what to do to get a discount. For those who are not familiar with the way we do things, here is an out line of the discount structure.
Please do not come to us for the first time with one item expecting a discount on the price we give you. We judge each job on its merits and give you the best price for your repair. You can get discounts for:
- More than one item. If you and a friend have a broken faring each, club together that way you can get a lower unit cost.
- If you belong to a club ask them to speak to us we are happy to arrange a club discount.
- If you are a regular user of our service private or business you can get a discount. Some of our private customers are serial bike restorers making them eligible for this discount.
- Trade discount, speaks for its self.
- These discounts only apply to repairs.
Discounts have always been part of the way we run the business, it is our way of looking after our customers along with our friendly service.
Yes we can!
From time to time we are asked, can you repair this or that and in many cases we can, as long as it is a thermo plastic. We are plastic welding specialists first; who just happen to have a good reputation for repairing motor bike farings. We also “make good” bumpers .
Some of the other types of repair we have completed:
A repair to a canoe that had been nearly split in two. (and it rhymes)
Some of the more odd ball repairs we have done, a beard trimmer, the wheel housing on a folding push chair, A bucket! yes that’s right! not just any old bucket, but one from a jet ski; a Dyson vacuüm cleaner hose clip catch.
People have asked if we can adapt/customise farings and bumpers. Yes we can and have done so; adapting a Suzuki GSXR nose cone, so a set of Honda fox-eye headlights could be fitted.! A bumper from a late-model V.W Golf to fit an older one.! The list is long but we don’t want to bore you so that’s it for now!
- Letter Re: Recommendation for Reunel Truck Bumpers (survivalblog.com)
- Nothing’s New At Suzuki Motorcycles For 2011 (ridelust.com)
- How to Fix a Plastic Car Bumper (brighthub.com)
- Failing Headlights on Honda Fits Prompt Federal Probe (dailyfinance.com)
- 48 Blogs on Types of Motorcycles:Which One’s Best for You? (motorcycleinsurance.org)