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P & V Panel Works

Serving Alice Springs & beyond

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2 Kidman St Alice Springs NT 0870
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Products

  • Spies Hecker waterborne paint
  • Alvis digital measuring system
  • Spectro camera

Services

  • Panel beating
  • Spray painting
  • Vehicle detailing
  • Fiberglass repairs
  • Insurance & private work
  • Air-conditioner re-gassing
  • Fleet detailing & painting

Specialties

  • Minor dents
  • Re-sprays
  • Structural repairs

Payment Methods

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About P & V Panel Works

After more than 35 years of quality work, P & V Panel Works has established a solid reputation as a panel and paint specialist servicing Alice Springs and surrounds.

When it comes to handling all aspects of panel beating and smash repairs for private clients and insurance jobs, providing flawless workmanship is our priority.

Our hardworking team, with over 40 years of combined experience, also specialises in corporate fleet services such as vehicle detailing and spray painting.

From panel beating, fibreglassing, car detailing and welding to high-strength steel repairs, insurance and private work, we carry out each service with utmost efficiency and attention to detail. Other specialisations we have include re-sprays, minor dents and structural repairs as well as automotive air-conditioner re-gassing.

Our heated spray painting booth is equipped with Spies Hecker waterborne paint for a smooth finish and a Spectro camera to ensure we match the colour exactly!

Call P & V Panel Works in Alice Springs today.

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About Alice Springs, NT
The city at the centre of Australia—Alice Springs. Travelling to ‘The Alice’ is incredibly easy wherever you are, with almost all flights from capital cities being 3 to 4 hours long. A peak at the area on Google Maps will show you exactly why it’s often known as the Red Centre, with even the surrounding national parks being inundated with red rock and rugged bushland. As you would expect from the middle of the outback, the days tend to be warm (up to 40 degrees Celsius in summer) and quite cool in the evenings (even hitting below 0 degrees). To escape the heat, the Araluen Arts Centre is a popular check point for visitors. The 500-seat theatre and four galleries are filled with more than 1,100 artworks, including Aboriginal pieces of work. The Eastern and Central Arrernte people are the traditional landowners of the Alice Springs and East MacDonnell ranges. With around 1,800 speakers of Eastern and Central Arrernte, it is the largest spoken language in the Arandic (Australian Aboriginal languages) family. While in Alice Springs, you should take the time to visit the Desert Park. By recreating natural animal environments, you can walk or cycle through the 2.5km walk and see some of the many inland river, sand country and woodland inhabitants. The birds of prey show is a definite must-see. Accommodation in The Alice is as family friendly as it comes. There are many campsites, holiday parks, bed and breakfasts, sanctuaries, retreats, resorts and motels around to keep you out of the heat and well rested.