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What are the uses of car welding?

The uses of car welding include the repair of electrical and wiring issues, cracks, rust, dents, and other vehicle damage.

What does a car welding specialist do?

A car welding specialist uses high heat to repair damaged cars by joining metal together or filling and repairing holes due to collision or wear and tear. Car welding is a specific skill in the range of services offered by car mechanics.

What are the types of car welding services?

The common types of car welding services for auto repair are stick welding, MIG welding, and TIG welding. Keep in mind that each welding technique is different, and some are less expensive than others. Your welding expert can help you determine which welding method best suits your car repair needs. 

Is car welding expensive?

Car welding costs may vary depending on several factors such as parts needed, labour time, and the extent of car damage. Naturally, more extensive welding will entail higher costs. Post a task on Airtasker today to get a free estimate from car welding experts near you. Whether you require major or minor car welding services, you can find taskers who fit your budget.

What do car welding services include?

Vehicle frame welding is a common solution for severe dents and warped parts caused by a collision. A car mechanic will cut out the damaged surface and weld new pieces into your vehicle frame. Frame welding usually involves thicker metal parts, and stick welding car panels is the most common method for this type of repair. By hiring one of our highly skilled car mechanics, you can be sure the job will be done correctly.

Wheel Welding

Wheel welding is a service you might need to repair cracks on your wheels. Deep potholes are the usual culprit for cracked metal wheels. These cracks can cause quick tire air loss, which can be a huge inconvenience for a driver. A welding expert is likely to use a TIG welder to repair cracked wheels, which are usually made from aluminium.

Wing Welding

Wing welding is a welding service involving the repair of rips or tears caused by a collision. A MIG welder is a suitable tool for replacing damaged car panels.

Rust Repair

Rust repair is the process of restoring car surfaces damaged by rust. A welding expert can easily remove and replace rusty surfaces, which weaken a car’s panelling.

Typically, there are two ways to repair rust on car body panels: cutting out the damaged section and welding in a patch panel or replacing the entire panel.

Car repair shops usually opt for the latter method since it requires less time and labour than repairing the rust. However, a full panel replacement will cost more money. For minor damages, repairing the rust and welding in a patch panel is a more cost-efficient option. You can save money by hiring a skilled welder who can repair rust on body panels for you.

Recent Car Welding tasks

Welding - automotive


Maidstone, Victoria, Australia

25th Jan 2021

I have a 1969 HK Holden Kingswood, the drivers side floor is rusted - I have bought a new replacement floor pan that need to be welded in. Not urgent. I can bring the car to you. Previous relevant experience needed.

Welding on a Vehicle


Clyde North VIC, Australia

4th Jun 2020

Fix a hole about 50mm in the boot of my car due to the removal of my LPG.

Awesome Job by Johnny. Took attention to detail and very thorough with my vehicle. Definitely recommend for any welding tasks. Very friendly

Welding on car


Brunswick VIC, Australia

2nd Oct 2019

Hello I need the below task completed on my car as the motor car luck bolt l removal tool is faulty and the only way to remove the tyre and lock nut is the same as the procedure below The motor car is in Brunswick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNb_UZmk5nE

Welding brake lights on Ute


Miranda NSW, Australia

5th Nov 2018

Back brake light needs welding back onto brace

Welding aluminium crack on site


Maidstone VIC, Australia

27th Sep 2020

There is a 5-7 cm long crack on the oil pan of my car. It is made of aluminium. I have drained the oil pan, but I have not taken it out of the car. There is a 35cm clearance between the oil pan and ground. Can you weld it? so that it doesn't leak? By the way, you need come to my home at Footscray as the car is not drivable.

Professional welding service needed


Bentleigh VIC, Australia

16th Jan 2020

Need a Front radiator support panel welded to the front of my 1984 VK wagon. Mobile will be specially looked that Will be payed cash in hand

Exhaust welding needed


Mermaid Waters QLD, Australia

2nd Sep 2019

I have just brought a van without any plates, is it possible for anyone to come to our address in mermaid waters to weld the exhaust? I’m not sure where it needs it, but the mechanic I purchased it from said it’s what it needs. It’s a 1997 Nissan van.

Fix car rust with welding


North Sydney NSW 2060, Australia

6th Jun 2017

Front left passenger side door of my Honda Jazz has an area of rust requiring repair

Urgent welding job


Sydney NSW, Australia

23rd Mar 2021

Hey guys, A part of the lock on my Toyota broke off. I have no time to go buy a new one. I'm in a hurry. Was hoping you could just weld those two parts together?

Mig Welding


Selby VIC 3159, Australia

21st Jun 2020

Hi guys I need someone that can bring a Mig Welder or I could drive to locally (Belgrave area) to mig weld up a car guard in the engine bay (only a very small crack). The area is accessible and fairly clear. I need this done ASAP as the rwc check is this week!

Great guy great service

Welding car bull bar


East Killara NSW 2071, Australia

12th Dec 2019

I need to fix the car bull bar.

Welding small nut on car


Heathridge WA 6027, Australia

29th Apr 2019

A nut on car tailgate strut has come free

Welding instructor sought 4 classic car fix


Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

18th Mar 2017

I have a 70s classic car that has a rusty boot floor. I have purchased an entire new replacement panel and would like to learn how to cut out the spot welds, prepare the area and weld in the new panel. I'm eager to learn enough to get started on my own and want advice to be able to make decisions about what type of equipment to buy. Additional work providing assistance and guidance is expected.