Rim ReNew was founded to provide superior quality automotive rim/wheel repair with unsurpassed customer service and guaranteed results.
Rim ReNew guarantees the highest-quality workmanship and the best results all while saving our customers time and money. We employ mobile technicians who are licensed and insured and can repair virtually any rim damage on-site.
We specialize in fixing curb-rash and pot-hole damage. We will straighten, refinish, weld, re-chrome, or completely restore damaged rims.
We are passionate about fixing wheels and saving our customers' money on buying new wheels for hundreds more. We are perfectionists and make sure our customers' wheels look as good as, if not better, than how they did when they were new.
Anyone who owns a car is a potential customer of Rim ReNew. Because anyone can hit a pothole and bend a wheel...anyone can scrape against a curb while parallel parking....anyone can have brake dust eat into the finish of their wheels...etc.
That being said, more often than not, we deal with customers who are emphatic about their cars being perfect. They have higher-end cars (BMW, Lexus, Porsche, etc.) and many of our customers will have bigger, aftermarket style rims.
Additionally, we are launching this brand in the Baltimore, Md. area but may look to expand regionally or nationally.
We don't really have too many requirements...we are more interested in seeing different graphic interpretations of our name and business concept in logo form and then deciding which is the best fit. Other than that, our name "Rim ReNew" must appear in the logo. We are aiming for a logo that is memorable since our customers may go years without needing our services, we want our name and logo to stick with our customers.
The designers should also know that this logo will be used for things as small as our business cards and as large as the wraps on our vehicles. Since the logos on the vehicles may be as large as 3 to 6 feet (1 to 2 meters) tall, we would like precision in the smaller details of the logo (if any) and we must have the final logo delivered as a vector graphic.