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  • Calling all vehicle painters - vacancy

    Posted in News on Sep 17, 2017

    Painting vacancy at PCR Commercial bodyworks

  • Now working with Selsia

    Posted in Fleetwork, News on Sep 08, 2017

    Now on the Commercial approved network for Selsia Accident Management

  • What should you look for in a Commercial Repairer and painter?

    Posted in Coaches and Busses, Equestrian, Fleetwork, News on May 17, 2017

    What are you paying for when you use a professional commercial workshop and painter?

  • We are recruiting

    Posted in News on Jan 04, 2017

    Want to kickstart 2017 with a new job?

  • New website

    Posted in Coaches and Busses, Equestrian, Fleetwork, News on Sep 02, 2016

    New website is officially launched - welcome

  • Dropside van video paint finish

    Posted in Fleetwork on Aug 18, 2016

    This week we've been working on a dropside van for Lincoln Commercial bodies ltd, it's a brand new van. First it was masked up Then painted The paint finish under the spraybooth lights is fantastic

  • Emergency repairs

    Posted in Coaches and Busses, Fleetwork on Jul 04, 2016

    We understand that your fleet of vehicles makes you money, scheduling a respray isn't always easy, so when your vehicle is involved in an accident every day that it is being repaired is costing you money. We had a phone call from one of our customers Friday morning explaining their bus had been in an accident, it was on it's way back to them, but was needed again on the Monday. Could we help? Naturally we said yes! Day One Friday evening The bus arrived at 6pm Friday evening Whilst this is an emergency repair, it's far better we do a perminant repair first time round. Friday night we hit the...

  • Is wrapping replacing painting?

    Posted in Coaches and Busses, Fleetwork on Jun 01, 2016

    Looking at the benefits of wrapping a vehicle over painting, when should you paint and when should you wrap.

  • Horsebox finishes

    Posted in Equestrian on Jun 01, 2016

    We've noticed a current trend for continuous windows on horseboxes over the last few months and must admit we think it adds an extra level of class to the finish. Stage one we begin marking out the area Stage two we cover and protect the areas that wont be painted Stage three we start painting For every different colour you add to a horsebox we 'bake' the paint within our spraybooth so it is dry before repeating the masking and protecting phase ready for the second colour of paint. Whilst the continuous windows look amazing there is no limit to the colours and design we can add.