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Dent Repair Swansea's Craftmanship

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Dent Repair Swansea's Craftmanship

Steven Magill
28 November 2009


Swansea is the second most populous coastal city in Wales and the third most populous county. The city in the middle ages was known for exporting to leather, butter, cheese, grain and wool to England. It also became a port city during the heydays of the coal industry. Iron was also exported from Swansea to England in the 17th century. A lot of people from different countries did migrate to Swansea most especially in the early 20th century when the Kings and Queens Dock were built. These were the boom times for the tinplate, steel and copper industries. These industries came crashing down during the great depression, had a lift during World War II but then slowed down again.

In 1969 Swansea was made a city. Today the population of Swansea is 188,000. Swansea is also home to the Swansea University noted for its sports science department and its post graduate studies on environmental studies, bio engineering and research fields. Swansea also prides itself with a very popular football team that has made forays into the national scene and has won championships to boot.

Swansea is a very popular tourist hub and a lot of visitors frequent the area. There are many places for them to stay in Swansea, among them Morgans Hotel at Somerset Place, Dragons Hotel at Kingsway Circle, Grand Hotel at High street and the Village Hotel and Leisure Club at Fabian Way to name a few. Well known bars that are located in Swansea are the Bar Co at 8-9 Wind Street, Walkabout at 5-6 Castle Square, Morgans Bar at Somerset Place, Pitcher and Piano at 59-60 Wind Street and the very popular Lloyds Bar- Bank Statement at 57-58 Wind Street.

As many visitors take their cars to visit Swansea, there are times when minor accidents happen causing dents to such vehicles. Dent Repair in Swansea is at par with any in Wales. There are many companies that service the Swansea area for dent repair. If the repair is minor you can use a mobile service and have the option of using paintless dent removal which is the fine art of removing dents, dings, and creases from a vehicle without the need for repainting or refinishing the body. Mobile dent repair specialists who cover Swansea can do the jobs while you want provided that no paint jobs need to be done. These dent repair specialists meticulously alter the dent to permanently remove it and restores the panel to its original shape, just like it came out from the factory.

Because of its history, Swansea has a reputation for good craftsmanship, whether it is glove makers, welders or ship builders. This craftsmanship has been transferred to other industries as well. To this, dent repairs in Swansea for automobiles and buses have been getting recognition for their own form of craftsmanship. Cars that have had minor collisions often have their dents repaired in Swansea and it is not odd that some car collectors often have major jobs done at a Swansea car repair shop, least of all dent repairs.


Steve is an expert author for popular and hot topics of today especially on diets, fitness, and wellness. His expertise has helped informed many people of today and in the future. You can also check out his dent repair Swansea website http://www.dentmasterwales.com/whatispdr.html It's a great site for dent repair services without the expensive costs and a need for repaint in your dented car. http://www.dentmasterwales.com/

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