550 I-10 South, Beaumont TX 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday Phone: (409) 842-2324
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Quality Repair by Skilled Technicians
Our highly trained certified technicians and welders will repair or replace the damaged parts of your vehicle using the latest technology and advanced hand tools with skillful precision – right down to the trim. Even minor damage, such as dents, will be skillfully treated using PDR, Paintless Dent Repair. Paintless Dent Repair is a process in which dents in your auto can be ‘pushed out’ using special tools by skilled technicians. With this technique the area does not need to be repainted, saving time and money. Although some dents cannot be fixed by this process, as when the paint is cracked or it is in an area that is difficult to treat, PDR is usually the choice for repairing most minor dents. Body work includes metals and plastics, interior and exterior parts and coatings and seams. Our knowledgeable technicians are the key to providing you with the highest quality repairs for your damaged vehicle.  For more information about auto repairs after a collision, please read the article below.
Body Work
Auto body repair is a very common practice with cars, but can also be a very complicated process. Accidents usually cause a lot of damage that you can see on a car, but can also cause damage to the body of your car that you don't notice. This is why you should go to a professional body shop for any type of body damage that is done to your car. Auto body repair is also very affordable because shops can usually use smart and economical methods of fixing the body of your car without breaking the bank. The automotive industry of repair and body work is ever evolving and many new methods of fixing a car is discovered every day. The first step of auto body repair is a consultation. This is where you go into a body shop and have damaged assessed. You will get a free estimate as to how much it will cost to repair your car, and this will be the first step of scheduling the repair work to be done. Body shops work closely with all insurance companies so that you do not have to directly deal with your insurance company or someone else's for that matter. Once the repair work has begun, it is not uncommon to discover new problems with a car. If this happens, your auto body shop will contact you on the new problem, and give you a price on fixing it. They will then talk to the insurance company for you and explain more money is required to fix the automobile. There is no need to worry in the case of using your insurance on any repairs because many body shops have already established relationships with insurance inspectors. The last step of auto body repair is the paint phase. The paint of the car can really affect the overall appearance of any repair work that has been done if it is not performed by a professional. If you just need a small amount of paint work done, your body shop can blend the area with the rest of your paint, saving you money during the process. If the entire car needs to be painted, they will do this for you, and will also give you some sort of guarantee on the paint life so you don't have to worry about imperfections later down the road. Auto body repair is not as mechanically technical as engine repair work, but it is just as important with the safety and usability of a car.
Auto Body Repair by Paul Buchanan
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550 I-10 South, Beaumont TX 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday Phone: (409) 842-2324
EMAIL TOWING F.A.Q.
Our highly trained certified technicians and welders will repair or replace the damaged parts of your vehicle using the latest technology and advanced hand tools with skillful precision – right down to the trim. Even minor damage, such as dents, will be skillfully treated using PDR, Paintless Dent Repair. Paintless Dent Repair is a process in which dents in your auto can be ‘pushed out’ using special tools by skilled technicians. With this technique the area does not need to be repainted, saving time and money. Although some dents cannot be fixed by this process, as when the paint is cracked or it is in an area that is difficult to treat, PDR is usually the choice for repairing most minor dents. Body work includes metals and plastics, interior and exterior parts and coatings and seams. Our knowledgeable technicians are the key to providing you with the highest quality repairs for your damaged vehicle.  For more information about auto repairs after a collision, please read the article below.
Auto body repair is a very common practice with cars, but can also be a very complicated process. Accidents usually cause a lot of damage that you can see on a car, but can also cause damage to the body of your car that you don't notice. This is why you should go to a professional body shop for any type of body damage that is done to your car. Auto body repair is also very affordable because shops can usually use smart and economical methods of fixing the body of your car without breaking the bank. The automotive industry of repair and body work is ever evolving and many new methods of fixing a car is discovered every day. The first step of auto body repair is a consultation. This is where you go into a body shop and have damaged assessed. You will get a free estimate as to how much it will cost to repair your car, and this will be the first step of scheduling the repair work to be done. Body shops work closely with all insurance companies so that you do not have to directly deal with your insurance company or someone else's for that matter. Once the repair work has begun, it is not uncommon to discover new problems with a car. If this happens, your auto body shop will contact you on the new problem, and give you a price on fixing it. They will then talk to the insurance company for you and explain more money is required to fix the automobile. There is no need to worry in the case of using your insurance on any repairs because many body shops have already established relationships with insurance inspectors. The last step of auto body repair is the paint phase. The paint of the car can really affect the overall appearance of any repair work that has been done if it is not performed by a professional. If you just need a small amount of paint work done, your body shop can blend the area with the rest of your paint, saving you money during the process. If the entire car needs to be painted, they will do this for you, and will also give you some sort of guarantee on the paint life so you don't have to worry about imperfections later down the road. Auto body repair is not as mechanically technical as engine repair work, but it is just as important with the safety and usability of a car.
Auto Body Repair by Paul Buchanan
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Quality Repair by Skilled Technicians
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