Certified Technicians Perform Quality Automotive Collision Repair

Automotive collisions can range in severity. Even if you and your loved ones are uninjured, the damage to your vehicle could render it undrivable. In some cases, even if the vehicle can be driven, it might not be safe or legal to do so. A time like this can indeed... Read more »

Your Vehicle’s Alignment and the Orientation of the Frame Can Have a Significant Impact on Handling and Safety

Sometimes even a minor automotive collision can alter elements of your vehicle’s safe operation that don’t immediately seem obvious. Even if you can live with the aesthetic imperfection left by a damaged bumper or altered body panel, your vehicle’s frame and alignment could lead to latent issues. This could come... Read more »

Ecologically Friendly Automotive Paint Can Improve Your Car’s Appearance

Many vehicles are turned off the assembly line with a rich paint job and gleaming clear coat that provides the vehicle with a luster that draws you in and tempts you to buy it. Even after enjoying the vehicle for several years, it’s possible for scratches in the pain or... Read more »

Paintless Dent Removal Can Effectively Improve Minor Dings

Door dings, minor divots, and small areas of weather damage can start to accumulate on your vehicle’s body panels over time. This can leave you with an unattractive vehicle, even if it has never suffered a significant automotive collision. In the past the perception was that you simply had to... Read more »

Unrepaired Structural Damage to Your Vehicle Can Cause Significant Problems

An automotive collision can have a profound effect on you personally. Even if you aren’t injured the psychological effects and financial ramifications can have a major impact on your life. Choosing not to have a damaged panel inspected or repaired by a professional collision repair specialist can prove to be... Read more »

A Spray On Bed Liner Can Help Prevent Punctures

As the demand for more fuel-efficient vehicles increases in the marketplace, more and more truck manufacturers are turning to lightweight materials in body and box construction. Some will use lightweight aluminum in the floor pan of the box to save a significant amount of weight. This also has the benefit... Read more »

Rust Problems on a Car Can Be Avoided

Over time as we travel in our car, minor bumps, scrapes, and chips can occur in our paint. If these are ignored, rust can occur, which can lead to many problems. Many people think paint on a car is not important, however, this would be incorrect. The paint on your... Read more »

Even Minor Collision Repairs Might Call for Bumper Replacement

By law, a vehicle must have functioning bumpers to be considered road legal. Sometimes a minor automotive collision can affect a bumper with little to no overt damage caused to any of the other body panels. Giving in to the temptation to simply live with the slightly disfigured bumper, could... Read more »

Minor Dings in Automotive Panels Can Sometimes Be Repaired without Needing to Repaint the Vehicle

As the years go by your vehicle is likely to suffer dings and minor damage to one or multiple panels. A child’s errant throw of a ball, a careless person parking too close, or a stray shopping cart left loose from the cart corral all can potentially cause a minor... Read more »

Communication Availability Helps Give Your Confidence During the Collision Repair Process

Being in an auto accident can sometimes cause more psychological trauma than it does bodily harm. The damage to your vehicle can vary in severity. In some instances, it can rob you of your primary mode of transportation for getting to work and other family activities. If you find yourself... Read more »