Ray Morcoms Smash Repairs /
Ray Morcoms Auto Body Repairs also known as Ray Morcoms Smash Repairs is a Bathurst family-owned and operated business. The business was established over 35 years ago by Ray and Anthea Morcom. From the early days the business has gained a position as the ‘go to smash repair’ in Bathurst. We are recognised by our strong customer focus and unbeatable quality of smash repairs, fleet work and restorations.
Laura and Andrew Morcom
Ray Morcoms. Office Team.
We strive for professionalism and efficiency never compromising on quality. We pride ourselves in our customer service which includes friendly service, quick turn-around, and the largest modern selection of replacement vehicles in the Bathurst area. We also offer concierge service to customers to drop them off to their place of work or home in Bathurst and then pick them up to collect their vehicle.
We attract and retain the best panel beaters and spray painters in the Bathurst area and continuously invest in the best technology available in the smash repair industry to ensure we can provide the best repair results to even the most modern cars. We are the largest repair shop in the Bathurst area with the highest number of qualified panel beaters and spray painters with a combined experience of over153 years. To see staff profile click here
We support the community by sponsoring local sporting teams & sporting talent, community events & school events; donating to local charitable institutions and community members in need; We strive to support the local economy by buying locally wherever possible and we are committed to providing a safe and supporting work environment to our team members and their families.
We are environmentally proactive; we not only use best environmentally sustainable practices available to the smash repair industry, we go above and beyond by investing in Renewable Energy with a 40 kW solar system generating 90% of the energy we consume. Ray Morcom also created an officially recognised nature reserve behind our workshop ‘Ray Morcom Reserve’. To continue reading on our environmental practises please click here.