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When you need the lining of your roof fixed or cleaned

  • Car roof lining repair
  • Car headliner repair
  • Mobile car roof lining repair in Central Coast
  • Headliner replacement
  • … or anything else
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What do car roof lining repair services include?

We cover the entire process of car roof lining repair, from removing the fabric to reinstalling the headliner. While you can DIY the repair or have it done at a shop, Airtasker gives you the benefit of a professional car upholsterer and the convenience of having the repair done at home. No need to bother with booking an appointment at the shop or buying installation tools. Your service provider will travel to your home, workplace, or garage, bring their tools, and take care of the whole repair.

Preparing your car and the necessary tools

Before your service provider removes the sagging headliner, they will need to disconnect the negative battery terminal and remove any accessories that may get in the way. In some cases, removal of the right passenger seat is necessary to check the entire roof lining. 

Evaluating and removing the car roof lining

Next, your service provider will examine the roof lining. It may only need some glue in the sagging areas, or it may need a total reupholstery. Should there be any need for replacement, your Tasker will use a knife or blade to remove all traces of the old material. 

Replacing and reinstalling your car roof lining

In the case of a total repair, your service provider will handle the glueing and fitting of the new roof lining. After this, all accessories and seats will Fobe returned to their proper places.

Recent Car Roof Lining Repair tasks in Central Coast

Car roof lining needs replacing on 1999 BMW with sunroof

$350

Terrigal NSW 2260, Australia

30th Jun 2022

BMW 1999 535i e39 with sunroof needs roof/headlining replacing. Price needs to be competitive tho Car is already A write off through insurance but am still driving it but so this if for personal aesthetics not value adding Flexible as to when this happens - Due date: Flexible

Car roof lining repaired

$100

Umina Beach NSW 2257, Australia

18th Jan 2022

2013 VE Commodor Sports wagon. Roof lining above drivers head has dropped. Needs repair or replace. - Due date: Flexible

I need car roof lining repair

$350

Gosford NSW 2250, Australia

19th Jan 2021

Vw polo needs interior roof lining replaced, iys sagging and we are based on central coast.

New roof lining in my car

$200

Kanwal NSW, Australia

5th Oct 2020

i need new roof lining in my car.

I need car roof lining repair

$190

Central Coast NSW, Australia

21st Sep 2020

Vs wagon the heading lining is stuffed

I need car roof lining repair

$200

Kanwal NSW, Australia

25th Jan 2020

Roof Lining for a G6 Ford Falcon 2013

I need car roof lining repair

$350

The Entrance NSW, Australia

25th Dec 2019

Roof lining is sagging an needs replacing... Car model is a VE SSV sedan

I need car roof lining repair

$250

Doyalson NSW 2262, Australia

29th Nov 2019

Ford territory need roof lining replaced

I need car roof lining repair

$120

Central Coast NSW, Australia

21st Nov 2019

Need car interior roof lining repair. 2003 Holden’s stateman