BMW Service and Repairs

At Birds we offer routine BMW servicing, expert fault diagnosis, and mechanical repairs services for all BMWs - from classic models through to the current generation.
Importantly, only BMW trained master and senior technicians work on our customer's cars, we only use genuine BMW parts, and use BMW dealer-level tools and equipment for diagnostic procedures.
Unlike the BMW main dealers however, we have the expertise to repair your BMW efficiently and economically without the installation of lots of expensive BMW parts. We absolutely have every customer’s best interests in mind, and you can rest assured that your car is in the hands of real experts and enthusiasts. 
Contact us on 01753 657 444 for pricing and information, or view our BMW Service Price List
**Collection and delivery services are also available in nearby towns, including Gerrards Cross, Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Peter, Denham, Uxbridge, and Marlow.**

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Background & Company History

Birds is a family owned independent BMW specialist based in Iver, South Bucks, England.
Birds Garage LTD was established in 1934 by James Bird as just a small car repair shop in a nearby town called Gerrards Cross. When his son Eric Bird took the reins however, he brought new success to the business and it became an established Rootes, then Vauxhall car dealership throughout the 60s.
In 1972, Eric was approached by a car manufacturer relatively new to the UK, and Birds became one of the first organisations in the UK to be awarded a BMW franchise.
Eric's son, Kevin Bird, took control in 1985 after Eric's passing, but a significant disagreement in ethos between Birds and BMW GB led to BMW withdrawing their support... Birds became an independent BMW specialist.
Birds then entered the exciting world of BMW performance tuning in 1986, striking a famous relationship with German BMW tuning company - Hartge - whilst continuing to offer their expertise in routine service and maintenance work.
Kevin Bird remains the Technical Director at Birds, with his son James Bird also working in the organisation.