Phil Munday’s Panel Works is a leader in the smash repairs industry. A name you can trust and quality smash repairs that will last. They back this up with a three year written warranty.
Their workshop (located on Mt Dandenong Rd, Kilsyth) is equipped with state of the art equipment including Car-o-Liner, the world’s latest and most accurate measuring system to assist with the repair of your car.
They are also equipped with a state of the art repair cam, which is fast and efficient and will get you back on the road promptly; their modern low bake oven ensures a top quality finish.
They repair for all insurance companies and handle all insurance work to ensure your claim is handled as quickly as possible. As a service to all motorists, Phil Munday’s have a 24 hour towing service at no cost if your vehicle is insured.
They also offer an accident claim recovery service to protect your excess and no claim bonus. For all insurance claims, Phil Munday’s offer a professional claims advice service to assist you. Their friendly staffs are second to none and will help you fill out any claim forms and attend to any problem that may occur. If you need a free quote for any repair work they can come to you and do an on-site quote, all as part of their personalized service.
Phil Munday’s is a great supporter of community sport and is one of Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association’s major partners, as the naming rights sponsor of junior representative basketball – The Phil Munday’s Panel Work Kilsyth Junior Cobras.
If you are in need of work on your car make sure you visit the number one panel beater in the east – Phil Munday’s Panel Works.
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