Repair Process

  • 1. Estimate
    • The damaged vehicle is inspected, data is entered into computer and processed into an estimate. Caution: there may be more damge that is not discovered until vehicle is disassembled.
  • 2. Insurance Approval
    • The insurance company reviews the estimate. The price and procedures used to repair the vehicle may be negotiated. The insurance company may determin that the vehicle is not even repairable.
  • 3. Disassembly
    • During disassembly hidden damage may be found and inner structure repairs are determined. This may require insurance re-inspection and the ordering of additional parts.
  • 4. Parts Ordering
    • The parts required to repair your vehicle are ordered. The actual repair process begins when all of the parts arrive in the shop.
  • 5. Structure Repair
    • Structural repairs are often the most precise and technical type of repairs performed. The reason for this is because the structural part of the car is its foundation. Your vehicles manufacturer designed your vehicle to meet safety, durability, performance, and design standards all base on its structural foundation.
  • 6. Body Repair
    • Body repair repair and replacement of body parts, seam sealing, insulation, welding metal, aluminum, and plastic, replacing corrosion coatings, interior work and assembly operations.
  • 7. Paint
    • Our goal is to make your car look like it was never in an accident. We are confident that our painting process will restore your vehicle back to pre-accident condition.
  • 8. Reassembly
    • Final moldings and detail pieces are put back on the vehicle. All systems are checked during this phase.
  • 9. Detailing
    • The vehicle is cleaned and road tested. A final inspection is done to assure that the vehicle is in its pre-accident condition.
  • 10. Completion & Pickup
    • Final paperwork is done and the bill is explained. You drive away in your car in its pre-accident condition.

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