Our Process

Collision Repair can be a difficult time for you.

We make it as easy and convenient for you to get your car repaired in a timely manner.


Auto before and after photo

We offer both towing and insurance approved car rentals.

Our Tried and True Process

We make sure everything goes smoothly

  • Photograph vehicle’s four corners
  • Analyze damage on outside of vehicle
  • Disassembly is performed and hidden damage is analyzed
  • Next a blueprint is built by our estimators. Parts are ordered per your insurance policy
  • Body repairs are performed
  • Paint work is performed
  • Test drive/Quality inspection
  • Detail/clean up
  • Delivery

Why we are wreck-ommended

  • ASE car certified technicians
  • Active communication throughout the repair process,
  • Our Standard Operating Procedures ensure consistency
  • and quality in our customer service and repairs
  • Superior quality control systems
  • Nationwide lifetime guarantee on all repairs
  • Free shuttle service
  • We make all rental reservations for you
  • Timely start on repairs coincided with your drop off appointment
  • Free car wash the every repair
  • Much, much more

What you need to do NOW.


  • Your insurance company
  • Yourself
  • Another party involved or their insurance

Contact the insurance company that will be handling the claim and get the claim number, adjuster’s name and contact information (if you are using an insurance company).


Bring the vehicle to the repair facility of your choice for a written estimate. You are not required by law to obtain more than one estimate. Tow services are available if your vehicle is not drivable.

Parts will be ordered, rental vehicle arrangements will be made and the insurance issues will be addressed (if applicable)

What we do


We photograph your car from all four corners to submit with the estimate. This assures a complete and accurate insurance reimbursement.


Once the vehicle is dropped off, the repair process will begin. We make every effort to write a precise estimate. However, in disassembly, hidden damage is often found. This may require scheduling insurance re-inspection and ordering additional parts. This can add time to the repair process.


In the structural repair process the unitized body is returned back to factory specifications.


The body repair department replaces exterior panels and all metal repairing that may be required. The vehicle begins to come back to life as sheet metal is installed and aligned. From here the vehicle will go to the paint prep department.


Paint prep is a critical step in the refinishing process of every vehicle. All panels are prepared for paint which includes a coat of primer and sealing to assure good adhesion when the top color and clear coats of paint are applied.


Final moldings and detailed pieces are put back on the vehicle in the reassembly process. A final inspection is done to assure the vehicle is restored to pre-accident condition.


We will test drive your car to make sure it is operating properly. We also so a complete inspection to insure everything is done properly and to specifications


After final inspection your vehicle will be thoroughly cleaned for your convenience and you will be notified as to when you vehicle will be ready for pick up or delivered to you.


At the time of pick up you will need to have arranged for payment to the shop. If a deductible applies it will be collected at this time, as well as any insurance checks issued. If you are paying out-of-pocket full payment is due upon release of the vehicle.

10 Things to Know Before Having Your Vehicle Repaired

  • Your car is the second largest investment you’re likely to make. Preserve its value and your safety by having it repaired professionally.
  • Never drive a car that could be unsafe because of damages.
  • Some insurance companies may want you to visit their drive-in claims center before having your car repaired or you may leave your car at your repair shop and ask that the insurance company inspect the car there.
  • You are not required by law to obtain more than one estimate or appraisal.
  • You have the right to go to the repair shop of your choice. Your insurance company cannot require you to go to a particular shop.
  • Differences in repair estimates are common. A lower estimate may not include all necessary work. If you’re not sure why one estimate is different from another you’ve received, ask the shop manager.
  • Choose a shop that has unibody repair equipment and qualified technicians.
  • Ask if the shop will be using genuine manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts.
  • Ask if the shop offers a warranty.
  • Let the collision repair shop you choose help you negotiate your claim with the insurance company, this often leads to a better deal.