Why You Want To Have Collision Repairs Done Right Away

Posted on: 30 June 2020

If you have had an accident, you may think the only reason to have your car repaired after that collision is to get it looking nice again. However, there are many other reasons for having your car repaired as soon as you can after an accident and here are some of those reasons: Make your car safe to drive When you aren't a professional, you will likely not really know if the damage that has been done to your car will be causing the car to have problems from a safety standpoint or not.
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How 5 Basic Auto Body Repair Jobs Are Handled

Posted on: 30 March 2020

If you have to take your car to an auto body repair shop, you'd probably like to have some idea of what work will be done to your ride. Here are five of the more common repairs that technicians are asked to perform and some info on how they're handled. Removing Dents The fender bender is one of the classic jobs of the auto body repair world, and that means technicians take out lots of dents.
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How an Auto Body Shop Can Take Care of Paint Chips

Posted on: 26 September 2019

Over time, just by driving your vehicle or even from collisions, your car is going to sustain some wear and damage. It is common for little stones and things to fly up and hit your vehicle while you are driving. It is also common for small amounts of paint damage to be done to your vehicle in an accident. For example, if someone hit their car door into your vehicle in a parking lot, hit your bumper in a parking lot, or you scrape your vehicle against the side of your narrow garage.
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Repairing Your Car's Auto Body Damage

Posted on: 15 May 2019

Auto body damages are issues that can lead to substantial issues for your vehicle. Unfortunately, you might not have all of the information needed to effectively address or repair your car's body damage. Is It Ever Possible To Repair A Damaged Car Frame? Unfortunately, strong impacts to your vehicle can result in forces that are strong enough to damage the frame of the vehicle. In the past, vehicles were simply not designed to be able to be repaired followed damage to the frame.
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