‘Booming business’ Spraycraft expands

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SprayCraft, a car body repair service which specialises in same-day alloy wheels refurbishment and paint repairs, has moved to much larger premises on the Heathcote Industrial Estate in Warwick after a boom in business.

Managing director Sid Sidhu, who has invested more than £250,000 in the latest equipment for the new site, said the company had outgrown the previous premises across the road in just three years.

In addition to a new spray booth for car body repairs, the company has also invested heavily in the latest equipment for alloy wheel refurbishment, including a diamond cutting machine, which fast-reads the wheel and enables SprayCraft to refurbish four wheels in a day, where others are taking up to two weeks.

Commercial solicitor Nick Watts from Leamington law firm Blythe Liggins, who handled the conveyancing, said SprayCraft was a booming business.

Pictured: Sid Sidhu and Nick Watts holding an alloy wheel after diamond cutting.