Throughout the course of the past several years there has been many new changes in the collision industry. Technology has brought many new procedures to the repair processes we've been accustomed to. New materials such as aluminum and high strength steel have become commonly used in vehicles that we see for repairs here in our shop. Ford trucks have transitioned to full aluminum bodies and the use of high strength steel has become the normal in many foreign and domestic vehicle makes. In order to best serve our customers and uphold our quality standards, we've fully invested in the right tooling and training to allow us to properly address and repair all current types of collision damage. In addition, we've updated a few other pieces of frequently used equipment. Due to regulations, most vehicles will be now using environmentally friendly HFO-1234YF refrigerant in the air conditioning system rather than R134.  


 We employ ASE and i-Car certified technicians, so you know we'll get the job done right. 

Diagnostic Scanning in Collision Repair

Gesture control. Inflatable seat belts. Adaptive steering. Remote-control parking. Rearview mirrors with streaming HD video.

These are some of the high-tech safety and convenience features found on today’s vehicles. While advanced driver-assist systems might be making life easier for drivers, they’re making things much more complicated for collision repairers.

 Pre-scanning a vehicle shows repairers all of the systems that were impacted by a collision or need to be attended to during a check-up. Post-scanning shows whether or not everything has been fixed. 

 We do Pre-Scan & Post Scan of  cars when required  to diagnose vehicle DTCs and then generate vehicle diagnostic reports.