Swansea Smash Repairs.

Swansea Smash Repairs

Affordable automotive repairs.

Swansea Smash Repairs in Caves Beach is a family owned and operated business. We’ve been servicing auto repair needs more than 50 years and have worked hard to gain a reputation for first-class workmanship.

At Swansea Smash Repairs we provide immaculate repairs for damaged vehicles-from small dents and scratches to major crash repairs and body alignments. Our skilled team of technicians with years of experience will restore your vehicle to its original condition.

To support our commitment to exemplary customer care, we offer free quotes and the use of a courtesy vehicle subject to availability for local and surrounding areas, for the duration of your vehicle’s stay at our workshop. We also offer a free vehicle pick-up and drop off service for customers in the local and surrounding areas.

Address. 27 Strathmore Road, Caves Beach NSW 2281

Phone. (02) 4971 1077

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Services

Panel Beating, Spray Painting, Resoration, Claims for all Insurance Companies, After-Hours Collision Assistance.

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