We have the experience and expertise to be your trusted collision repair specialists. Below is a general step by step process for most repairs to give you a picture of what you may possibly expect. Please review our FAQs and always feel free to call with any questions.

Generally, you can take the total number of labor hours on your initial estimate and divide it by 2.1 hours (touch time per day). The time begins once we receive the insurance’s initial estimate. This time does not factor in any parts delays or insurance inspections or re-inspections that could add to delays. If there are any hidden damages, this will add labor hours to the initial calculation. For example, the initial estimate says a total of 10 hours therefore it will take approximately 4.7 days or 5 BUSINESS days. If hidden damages are found and an additional 5 hours were added to the estimate, then the estimated date of completion is 7.14 days or 8 business days.

By law, the insurance company cannot tell you where you can fix your car. You have full authority to choose Precision Auto Body as your body shop.

It’s not necessary to get more than one estimate. We work well with all insurance companies and will work hard to get what’s needed to fix your car right.

We will arrange Enterprise Rent-a-Car or your choice of rental company for you to pick you up. We also have courteous staff members to drive you where you need to go, if you decide to not rent a car.

We offer a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own your car.

Our trained technicians can repair your car to manufacturer’s specifications utilizing our specialized equipment.

We use a computerized color system and blend out the color to ensure a color match.

We use PPG paint, which is a factory approved paint

We will gladly deliver your car to the dealer for whatever servicing that is needed.

It takes 90 days for your paint to fully cure on your repaired car. You can wash your car immediately but you have to wait 90 days to apply any wax or sealers.

We work well with all insurance companies.

If you choose to go through your insurance company, you should notify your assigned adjuster that you have dropped off or intend to leave your car with Precision Auto Body.

You as the owner of your vehicle, are responsible for all charges incurred to repair your car. You must authorize all repairs, even if an insurance company is paying for the repairs.

Many Insurance policies state that they use after-market parts. Precision Auto Body will notify you if your insurance company only pays for after-market parts, and you may have the choice to pay the difference for factory parts. Precision Auto Body does not warranty the fit or the finish of after-market parts.