Auto Body & Paint
We are experts in collision repair and painting. We continue to make a significant investment in training and technology, to repair vehicles to a quality standard that is second to none. Most auto body shops can fix a ding or dent and do an adequate paint job, but not very many shops invest in training for the technicians to teach them how to repair collision damage correctly. Today’s vehicles a constructed out of UHSS’s (Ultra High Strength Steels), Aluminum, and other advanced materials, that require special techniques and equipment to properly repair and provide the same strength as your vehicle had before the loss. Don’t risk having your car repaired by an untrained technician. You would not have an inexperienced person do surgery on you, so why would you let and new technician do surgery on your car, and risk personal injury in a subsequent collision.
We work closely with several local tow companies, and we would be happy to arranging towing services for your vehicle if needed. In most cases involving an insurance claim, the towing charges are covered by your insurance company. We will pay for the (reasonable) tow bill, and advance the expenses for you up front and then bill your insurance or add them the towing cost to your final bill. Thereby eliminating the stress of you having to pay the towing fees upfront.
We have close affiliations with rental companies in our area. When you come to drop off your vehicle, we will call the rental company of your choice and arrange your pick up and transportation back to their office. If you don’t have rental available on your insurance policy, we can negotiate great rates on your behalf, or you can take advantage of our shuttle service.
While your vehicle is in our care, we have drivers available to transport you to and from the Signature Auto Collision Facility. Our Shuttle service is free of charge and can take you within 15 miles of our facility.
RV Repair & Painting
We do body repairs on RV's, Trailers, Fifth Wheels, and Toy Haulers. We can repair fiberglass, aluminum, and of course steel panels, or replace panels as necessary.