Getting into a collision can be daunting, not only in the physical aftermath but also in the logistics of how you’ll repair your car, if at all. We’re here to tell you that it’s possible to repair your car, no matter how bad the collision is and if your car was not totaled. Collision repairs take time and – when performed by licensed professionals – can easily have your car back in one piece and looking like new. We operate on all kinds of cars, no matter the damage, and strive to salvage them as much as possible!
Dent repairs are done by compressing the dent with heat or pressure to remove it entirely and flatten it out with the rest of your car’s surface. We offer both hail damage dent repairs and also paintless dent repairs for larger dents that you receive from bigger collisions. Our dent repairs are designed to prolong the lifespan of your car’s exterior and without the need for replacing the metal frame as a whole. Don’t think your car is ruined because of a dent – we’ve got the solutions for dent repairs for you!
Scratch removal is done by buffing out the scratch or scuff and covering it with a primer that evens out the surface. Scratch removal can also be done by buffing the scratch out of the paint or filling the scratch and buffing the touch-up into the rest of the surface. The method chosen likely depends on how deep the scratch is and whether or not it has removed paint from the surface of your car or if it can be removed and painted over to look like new.
Broken Glass Repair
Broken glass is also easy to replace if you’ve been in a collision. This consists of removing the glass frame and all the shattered pieces of glass that are either still attached to the window or have fallen into the car itself after the collision. Once all the glass pieces are removed, we can then insert a new windshield or window of glass and fit it into the frame, clean and secure the surroundings, and test it for strength and comfort. It’s much safer to have broken or shattered glass repaired sooner rather than later, to avoid injuring yourself on broken glass or while driving.
Body repairs are done to the exterior of your car when you have structural damages or larger dents. Collisions can often crush the frame of your car and cause your car’s body to have a multiple large dents or become smashed in. When your car’s body consists of more major dents than a few, we’ll repair the body of the car as a whole, as only repairing major dents could still leave the car slightly deformed and out of shape. Body repairs tackle both the structure and metalwork of the car’s exterior, keeping it smooth and flattened so that you can easily use the doors, windows, and handles of the car with ease.