No job to big or too small for our shop!

INSURANCE CLAIMS: If your vehicle repair involves filing an insurance claim, we'll help you handle all of the details. We work with the major insurance companies to get your repair underway as soon as possible!

Keep in mind there is NO law requiring you to obtain more than one estimate or appraisal and you have the right to go to the repair shop of your choice. Your insurance company can not require you to select a particular shop.


Whether itís a minor scratch or major automotive reconstruction, we have the tools and experience to get your vehicle back on the road and in perfect condition. We select premium and OEM parts to ensure your vehicle meets or exceeds OE specifications after your reapir is complete.

Our repair process


The process of collision repair starts with an inspection of your vehicle. It will be as thorough as possible to minimize any adjustments as repairs are in progress. When the result of the inspection is produced and a repair plan is ready all of the necessary information will be forwarded to the insurance company and the customer.

Disassembly & Repair

In this step we begin to dig into the damaged areas of the vehicle, removing anything that needs to be replaced and investigating any further damages. Once we are certain all daamges have been accurately documented we verify that insurance company has authorized the complete repair. The necessary parts are now ordered. The car begins to be rebuilt according to the factory specifications. If needed, wheel alignment and other suspension repairs will be done. All mechanical repairs should be completed along with the structural repairs. Paint prep and spray are next, followed by finishing. Once the paint process is complete the final assembly (trim, moldings and detail work) begins.

Final Inspection & Delivery

The vehicle gets a thorough cleaning once all parts have been reinstalled. In addition to doing a visual inspection, we will also test drive your car. This is to make sure that there are no problems with vehicle operation that may be related to the work performed. This is the final step in the collision repair process and the customer is notified that the vehicle is ready.