Car Exhaust Repair & Replacement Services
Your car's exhaust pipe serves a number of purposes, but it needs to be in good condition and working well for you to get the best fuel economy possible and reduce the CO2 emissions produced by your car. We carry out a free visual exhaust check as part of our vehicle health check, which checks the exhaust, catalytic converter, and mountings for physical damage, leaking joints, and corrosion.
We have over 260 local centres throughout the UK that can check the condition of your exhaust and advise on any repairs or replacements that need to be carried out to keep your car running in peak condition.
Free Exhausts Checks
You can book a free exhaust check online at one of our 260 centres throughout the UK. Our expert technicians will perform a visual inspection of your exhaust and advise on any issues they spot.
Exhaust appointments near you
We have over 260 centres throughout the UK who can perform exhaust repairs and replacements. We don't offer bookings online so you will need to find your local centre and give them a call. Alternatively, you can book a free check online.
Over 50 years of expertise
We've been carrying out exhaust repairs and replacements for over 50 years and our technicians are some of the best trained in the country.
Free exhaust checks in-centre
Exhaust checks are part of our free vehicle health check, so if you're in any doubt about your exhaust system's condition, visit us in-centre and our technicians will be happy to offer their professional, unbiased opinion.
All our exhausts, pipes and catalytic converters come with a manufacturer's guarantee of 2 years or 20,000 miles.
You can also book a free visual exhaust check online. Once your free exhaust check is complete, we’ll provide a quote for any repair work required. This will include the cost of any replacement parts as well as labour.
How do I know if my exhaust needs replacing?
Exhaust systems are prone to damage from plenty of different sources, whether they come from external knocks and bumps or from corrosion caused by the age of the vehicle. For that reason, it’s recommended to check your exhaust pipe for physical damage at least once every 10,000 miles, or once a year- whichever comes around first.
Your car’s exhaust system may show some tell-tale signs of failure that indicate repair work or a replacement that you may notice, including:
- Excessive smoke coming from the exhaust
- Louder engine noise while driving
- A knocking or rattling sound indicating something may have come loose
- Visible holes
- A low-hanging or dragging pipe
How much does it cost to fix exhaust?
The sections of your exhaust system that are broken will directly impact the cost of repair, as such costs can vary substantially. For example a simple repair such as fixing a small crack could cost you £50, however if your entire catalytic converter needs replacing this will cost you a lot more.
You may be tempted to temporarily fix whatever problem your exhaust has. One example could be using Exhaust paste. This is something we would advise against doing as it could cause much more damage and leave you with a bigger bill to pay in the future.
If you suspect part your exhaust system is broken getting it to a centre near you for a free, no obligation full inspection will be the best course of action.