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Why hire a car welding service through Airtasker?

Airtasker solves the hassle and expensive costs of going to an auto repair shop. What’s more, car welding is not an easy DIY project; it takes a high level of skill to safely and successfully work with different welding materials and methods.

By posting a request on Airtasker, you can find trusted mobile car welding experts near you and determine your budget. Simply detail the specifics of your request, wait for offers, and set an appointment with your chosen Tasker. It’s that easy!

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Top Car Welding related questions

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

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. 

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

Car welding for mot failure


Chelsfield, Greater London

28th Nov 2023

Ford street ka 2006 has corrosion underneath and has failed the mot on this - Due date: Flexible

Car Welding


Porthallow, Cornwall

4th Sep 2023

The car in question is a 1992 Toyota MR2 that is quite rusty. Rear arches and sills are in rough shape so I would like someone to sort the rust out on my car. - Due date: Flexible

Car sills welding


Aston End, Hertfordshire

30th Aug 2023

Remove existing car (Alfa Romeo GT) sills and replace / weld on new ones - Due date: Flexible

Rear suspension mounts need welding on my Honda Jazz.


Farley, Wiltshire

31st Jan 2023

Car failed MOT on rear near side and offside suspension mounts as they are rusty. - Due date: Before Saturday, 4 February 2023

Car welding


Mayfield, Midlothian

1st Oct 2022

Car failed MOT Offside Rear Suspension component mounting prescribed area excessively corroded significantly reducing structural strength (5.3.6 (a) (i)) - Due date: Before Sunday, 9 October 2022

Car oil sump welding


St Anthony's, Tyne and Wear

1st Sep 2022

My car oil sump pan is leaking if any can do the aluminium welding just need to fix that part - Due date: Before Thursday, 11 August 2022 Car model: Chevrolet Captiva Lt Vcdi Year: 2011

Welding car


Pirton, Hertfordshire

20th Jun 2022

Nearside Rear Floor excessively deteriorated (6.2.4 (a) (i)) Offside Rear Floor excessively deteriorated (6.2.4 (a) (i)) Offside Front Vehicle structure corroded to the extent that the rigidity of the assembly is significantly reduced (6.1.1 (c) (i)) Nearside Rear Outer Integral body structure or chassis has excessive corrosion, seriously affecting its strength within 30cm of a body mounting sill (6.2.2 (d) (i)) Offside Rear Outer Integral body structure or chassis has excessive corrosion, seriously affecting its strength within 30cm of a body mounting sill (6.2.2 (d) (i)) - Due date: Flexible

Welding and difficult to get into gear with engine running


Cutteslowe, Oxfordshire

20th Jan 2022

New step on drivers side and os/ns sills vehicle won't go into gear when engine is running but will when engine is off - Due date: Flexible