4. Do they provide a warranty for their repairs? If a body shop doesn’t guarantee their work to some degree, be weary of using them. If their repair job is inadequate it can negatively affect your vehicles trade-in value.
5. Does the shop or their technicians have any certifications? Having certifications from I-CAR or ASA helps to assure that the shop is reputable. If everything else is the same in the body shops you check out aside from this, go with the body shop with the most certifications. It assures that your technicians are skilled in their specialty (i.e. painting, parts, etc.)
Doing your research before deciding on a body shop can save you time and money in the long run, and also protect the trade-in value of your vehicle in the future.
Orlando Auto Body strives to use OEM parts whenever possible and attempts to get your car repaired as soon as possible. We guarantee our work and have certified technicians to ensure your car is repaired to its pre-accident condition. Call us at (480) 844-4858.