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Adams Morey Southampton offers a one stop shop for your vehicle body work.
Whilst Adams Morey are well known for DAF sales, repair and maintenance, there is so much more to the business and one important and well used service is body work on all types of vehicles that have been in accidents or suffered accidental damage.
One of the two Adams Morey body shops is based at Redbridge in Southampton. The other is in Portsmouth. At Redbridge the team of technicians have between them the whole range of technical experience in returning vehicles back to near showroom condition.
Lee Warry, the Body Shop Manager reveals the range of work undertaken, saying: “Our body shop can cater for all types and sizes of vehicles including cars and light commercial vehicles, motorhomes, trucks, buses and coaches, trailers, tractors and airport equipment. We have 15 staff in all which includes painters, electricians, panel beaters and specialists in jig work for straightening a chassis. We also provide a recovery service for vehicles up to 3.5 ton”
In charge of estimating the jobs that come in is Martin Davenport who is also an expert panel beater. Martin expands on the range of work carried out revealing: “Most of the technical staff are skilled in most aspects of the body work and can work independently on a job from start to finish, though we are a close team always ready to help each other. We can undertake aluminium, TIG and steel welding and fabrication. We are recommended as a destination for bodywork in our area by most of the leading insurers. ”
Don Cron is a painter and supervisor and he adds: “We have a tremendous range of work through the workshop. In the past we have had some really interesting classic cars and unusual adapted vehicles to work on. No job is too big or too small. We offer free estimations at the customer’s place of work and once the job is done, we have valeters on hand to ensure the vehicle is clean before it is returned to the customer and we also offer a steam cleaning service.”
Pictured in the workshop are left to right: Lee Warry, Martin Davenport and Don Cron.