- Auto Body Collision Repair
- Frame Straightening
- Auto Body Damage Repair
- Auto Body Refinishing
- Factory Waterborne Refinishing System
- Accurate Paint Color Matching
- Automotive Glass Replacement
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- for Aftermarket and/or Used Parts
- Fluid Film Undercoating Applications
- And More!
Aftermarket Parts: An aftermarket part is a warrantee part other than the original factory part that was built by your vehicle's manufacturer.
Factory Waterborne Paint System: The compact waterborne basecoat product platform consists of a comprehensive range of toners and a variety of limited-use, special-effect products designed to deliver the best possible color alignment to today’s OEM finishes. Toners are pre-balanced and ready for use, so it’s possible to achieve superb color matching, even in small volumes. No binders, converters, or special additives are required making it an environmentally friendly finishing product.
Supplement: An additional amount paid to settle a claim when there is hidden damage to your vehicle. A supplement is a detailing of the repair charges for additional damage found after repairs are begun and provided to the insurance company for approval. We take responsibility for contacting the insurance company and receiving the necessary approval for these additional repair charges and additional time needed to properly complete the repairs. All you have to do is sign a form we submit to the insurance company with our documentation. The insurance company will review and send payment direct to us for any additional charges.
Preferred Shop, Pro-Shop, Direct Repair Shop: These are shops that have contracts with insurance companies which involve reduced repair hour rates and parts discounts that save the insurance company costs on the repair. The shops also give repairs for these insurers priority in their shops to reduce the time they need to pay for rental for their customers. The insurance companies offer that the repairs will be covered by warrantee if you use the shop they recommend. You should know that:
- No Law Requires You to Get More than One Estimate
- You Are Not Obligated to use any Particular Shop to Obtain Repairs
- You, Not the Insurance Company, Choose the Shop & Authorize the Repairs
- You Do Not Have to Accept the Insurance Company’s Appraisal of Damage. Check the “Appraisal Clause” in Your Policy on How to Resolve ANY Differences”
- Any reputable shop will warrantee the quality of the repair work they perform on your vehicle.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need an appointment to have an estimate done and how long will it take?
- Do you work with all insurance companies?
- Do you use factory parts?
- What happens if the used part(s) are in bad shape?
- What happens if the aftermarket parts do not fit properly?
- How do you address any concerns I have after repairs are completed?
- Do you have rental vehicles on your lot?
- Do you have loaner vehicles I can use?
- What if I don't have insurance to cover the damages, or it is rust repair?