During this phase, your vehicle is in the shop and is ready to be disassembled. Once parts have been removed, a secondary inspection will determine if there is any damage that couldn’t be detected initially. If more damage is found, a supplemental report will be completed and sent to the insurance company. Next, the required parts for your vehicle are ordered, and availability is checked. If a part needs to be special ordered, the order will be placed as soon as possible. Once we’ve explained our recommended course of action and you’ve given it your approval, we’ll start the actual repair process.
At Advanced Autobody, we stand by our reputation for delivering the highest quality work, by utilizing the most current technology and techniques available. Our technicians demonstrate this by continually training to keep up with the ever-evolving collision repair industry. As part of their regular job responsibilities, they research current manufacturing principles and attend brand-specific training seminars to stay updated on new products and techniques. We also make it our mission to keep the communication lines open with our customers during the entire process, keeping you informed of any changes in time frame or procedure.