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Collision Repair

Collision Repair is the process of returning your vehicle to a pre-accident condition.

In majority of cases, the repair process involves an insurance company.  It can be yours or the individual who damaged your vehicle.  Most damage involves an appearance, mechanical and structural component to the repair.  The process can be a time consuming and tiring endeavor.  You have the right to choose who repairs your vehicle.  Apart from what most insurance company will tell you, the shop who repairs your vehicle is the one who will warranty the repairs to your vehicle.  In todays vehicle the most important tool in repairing your vehicle to a pre-accident condition, is information, both mechanical and collision repair databases.  Fixing your vehicle base on price, and not on safety, reliability and quality can and will impact the safety and value of the vehicle after the repair.  The only way a shop can reduce the cost to the repair is to not do something which was required, or substitute an inferior part.  In the end, the customer still pays, because now the vehicle is valued a lot less because it was not repaired correctly.  Once a vehicle has diminished value, you as the consumer cannot recover that loss.

Mechanical repair such as brakes and tires

Mechanical repair such as brakes and tires.

Our aim is for you to drive your car reliably and safely. Because a car can move from point A to Point, does not make it safe to drive. If you don't consider your safety, think about your precious cargo and the people you may encounter on the street. Maintenance, is like  buying insurance against an unexpected breakdown, or a mechanical failure which becomes a reason you are involved in an accident.  Brakes and tires are the most common reasons we see vehicles in the body shop.  After the vehicle is repairs, the maintenance still has to be done. Quality brakes and tires typically should last a customer around three years, spending the money on a better quality part which last twice as long as the cheaper part, saves the customer the labor and additional cost.  Example, you go to the shop and ask for brakes, and you are given the choice of  $40 or $60 pads, but the life expectancy of the more expensive pad is twice as long of the cheaper pad. The labor is 1 hour to replace the pad.  Most consumers assume that pads are pads and there is no difference.  The cheaper pads usually heat up more quickly, and over time causes damage to the rotors.  So the first time you do brakes the job might cost around $200, the next time you have to spend money on pads, rotors and labor $350.  Over the course of time you would have spent $550 as opposed to $260 using the more expensive part.  You have to place a value for the time you have to spend in the shop each time you are getting the repairs done.  The benefit most consumers don't look at is the better pads will function better and last longer.  As a result, you will most likely not need collision repair service, because you were able to avoid the accident.

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Collision Repair

We are a family owned full service collision repair shop. We are your one stop shop for any type of repair to your vehicle. We can get you safely back on the road, while keeping your car just as good as when you first purchased it.

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  • check engine

    Maintenance light, the check engine light is an important tool to tell you how your vehicle is running. If it is on all the time, it can't tell you something important

  • Catylic converters, muffers, flex pipes, o2 sensors

    A functioning exhaust system give the vehicle proper information to run correctly. This is an essential part of the emission system. If it is not working correctly, it can cause the check engine light to be turned on.

  • Tires and Brakes

    Good tires and brakes go hand in hand. Each pushes the other to their limitations. Purchasing a set of quality tires and brakes can and will save you money in the long run.

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We are a family owned  Auto Body & Paint, Collision Repair and Mechanical Repair Shop and have been in the auto repair industry since 1983.

Our customer is our primary focus.

Our philosophy is to do what is right.

Our customer's interest is our interest

With that being said, we will repair your vehicle with or without the assistance  of your insurance company and get you back on the road as quickly as possible.

 Auto Body & Paint, Collision and Mechanical Repair Shop

Your one stop shop for Auto Body & Paint, Collision and Mechanical Repair.

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    • Same day service for most repairs and maintenance.
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