1. Getting an Estimate and Talking With Your Insurance
Your first step will be getting an estimate of the cost of your repair and providing this estimate to your insurance company. Your insurance may send an inspector out to verify this estimate. It is important to remember you have the right to choose your own shop.
2. Deeper Inspection
The insurance company paying for the claim usually requests that we disassemble your vehicle to verify that all external and internal damage is documented and accounted for. At this point, the insurance provider will need to authorize the repair of the vehicle.
3. Parts Acquisition
We will order or source all required replacement parts.
4. Body and Mechanical
We will remove and replace all parts we have received and perform any body repairs as necessary. We take time to make sure your vehicle meets factory specifications.
5. Paint Prep and Painting
Our expert technicians then will prepare your car for being painted. Including removal, filling, and sanding of any areas necessary for proper paint application. Then they paint your vehicle blending any areas necessary into existing paint.
At this point, we assemble your car back to its pre-accident state. Matching everything as close as possible so you can’t tell the accident happened.
7. Quality Control
Our team leaders perform a final physical and mechanical inspection on your vehicle to make sure you are satisfied.
We clean your car inside and out so there are no traces of the repair process.
9. Pick Up
When everything at the shop is complete we will finalize any paperwork and go over the repair with you so you can leave confident and satisfied!