Warners Bay Paint & Panel.
Trained and driven professionals.
We at Paint & Panel are a team of trained and driven professionals that specialise in smash repairs, painting, towing, as well as a range of other automotive services. We pride ourselves on the belief that a vehicle should not leave the shop until the job is complete and the customer is satisfied.
Established in 1995, Paint & Panel has been moulded into a thriving business that sees continual growth across its two store locations. While a factory appointed Subaru repairer, Paint & Panel will repair basically anything that comes our way.
Paint & Panel additionally forms a perfect model site for the training of young technicians or even apprentices in the smash repair trade. Its equipment, systems, standards and methods are all of high quality and without exception. And with the professional workmanship to go with it Paint & Panel continues to churn out exceptional grade jobs for its customers.
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Automotive Services, Smash Repairs, Painting, Towing, Panel Beating, Repair, Wheel Alignment, Wheel Balance, Car Wash, Tyre Sales, Wash, Vacuum, Polish, Tyre Fitting, Towing Service.
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although the businesses themselves may not necessarily operate in Caves Beach.
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operates a business inside or outside of Caves Beach.
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