26A First Avenue,
Bluebridge Industrial Estate,
Halstead, Essex,


VTA Hall, Welby House,
96 Wilton Road,


6 Avenue Mansions,
Bedford Avenue,
Barnet, Hertfordshire

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    Complaints & Complaints Procedure

    In the unlikely event that you have a complaint about our services, you can make a formal complaint by filling out the contact form below..

    Just Wheel Repair Ltd views complaints as an opportunity to learn and improve for the future, as well as a chance to put things right for the individual or organisation that has made a complaint. If you feel for any reason at all, that we have not lived up to our reputation and served you in the manner you expect from the UK’s number one alloy repair company, please let us know. You can contact us via the email form form at the end of this page or by telephone on 0333 207 9971 or 07515 399 809. Our complete complaints policy is detailed below.

    Our Policy is

    • To provide a fair complaints procedure which is clear and easy to use for anyone wishing to make a complaint
    • To publicise the existence of our complaints procedure so that people know how to contact us to make a complaint
    • To make sure all staff know what to do if a complaint is received
    • To make sure all complaints are investigated and dealt with in a timely way
    • To make sure that complaints are, wherever possible, resolved and customer relationships are maintained
    • To gather information which helps us to improve our service

    A complaint is any expression of dissatisfaction, whether justified or not, about any aspect of our company.

    Complaints may come from any source. Most likely but not limited to private individuals, organisations, suppliers and contractors.

    Complaints can be received in person, by telephone, by email or in writing.

    This policy does not cover complaints from employees, who should use the company’s Grievance and Discipline policies.

    All complaints and any information gathered will be handled with sensitivity, telling only those who need to know and adhering to data protection requirements.

    Overall responsibility for this policy and its implementation lies with Mr Paul Parker, Managing Director.

    Publicised Contact Details for Complaints: Written complaints should be sent directly to 26 First Avenue, Halstead, Essex, CO9 2EX or by email to clearly marked Complaint.

    Verbal complaints may be made by phone to 0333 2079971 or in person to a staff member, however we would encourage a verbal complaint to be followed up in writing using one of the previously stated methods.

    Upon receiving a complaint ( regardless of the method ) the following details will be taken:

    * Complainants name, position within the organisation ( if applicable ), address and telephone number.

    * The facts of the complaint.

    The complainant will then be informed about the complaints procedure and what will happen next.

    The complaint details will be input into the Complaints Log and forwarded to the Managing Director.

    The Managing Director will look over the basic details of the complaint and in the case of workmanship issues, will pass the complaint to the original repairing technician. The Technician will be required to investigate and attempt to resolve the situation to the complainant’s satisfaction.

    If the complaint relates to a specific individual, they should be informed and given a fair opportunity to respond.

    The Managing Director will investigate non-workmanship issues himself or delegate an appropriate person to investigate it and take appropriate action.

    It is our aim that all complaints are resolved at Stage 1 and will make every endeavour to achieve this result. This stage should take no longer than 1 week from the date of the initial complaint.

    If the complaint has been resolved at this stage all relevant information should be logged in the Complaints Log. The Managing Director should be informed of the closure of the Complaint.

    Should the Complaint not be resolved at Stage 1 then the complainant may wish to escalate the issue to Stage 2.

    At this stage of a complaint all relevant information should be provided to the Managing Director.

    They alone will re-investigate the details of the initial complaint and subsequent action taken.

    The Managing Director will contact the complainant and try to resolve the situation with further action or alternative solutions.

    It is our company’s aim that Stage 2 should take no longer than 2 weeks following the complaint’s escalation.

    If the complaint has been resolved at this stage all relevant information should be logged in the Complaints Log.

    As previously stated it is our company’s aim to resolve all complaints at Stage 1 however, in the unlikely event that a complainant is still unsatisfied after Stage 2 has been completed they may wish to source external assistance from an outside body. We will co-operate fully with any further investigation required by an outside body to ensure a resolution.

    We may vary the procedure for good reason. A complainant will be fully informed as to why a variation is required.

    We will review complaints annually to identify any trends which may indicate a need to take further action.