Repair Process

Working Together To Get Your Clients Back On The Road

DeNooyer Collision Center is committed to providing quality service to vehicle owners who have been in an accident or sustained weather-related damage to their vehicle.

We understand that the first communication that matters most following an accident is that which takes place between your insurance company and your insured. Our professional staff treats your clients with respect. We strive to maintain a great relationship between our business and insurance agencies in order to provide the best possible service during a stressful time.You can rest assured that DeNooyer Collision Center will take excellent care of all clients referred to us for service. The auto body repair process will be managed completely, regardless of how extensive or simple the work needed is.

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1. Estimate

When you come in, our collision experts will assess the damage to your vehicle and give you and/or your insurance company a complete written estimate. You will also receive a list of any parts needed to make the repair, which will be ordered at this time.

2. Vehicle Prep

The collision team will then disassemble the damaged areas of your vehicle to determine if there is any hidden damage. If there is, you will be notified immediately. The original layers of paint will be removed at this time. 

3. Body Work

The structural body repairs will be done next using top of the line equipment for welding and alignment and perform other repairs including: removing dents, preparing and installing new panels, priming and seal and corrosion protection. The area(s) for repair will be cleaned, sanded and made ready for fresh paint.

4. Paint

The repair area will be pressure washed and chemically cleaned. Next, the area will be prepped, primed, sanded and sealed. Lastly, the vehicle will begin the painting process.

We’re With You Every Step of the Way

​From the moment you walk in the door for an estimate, our professional staff will keep you informed and up-to-date on the parts, paint and process to repair your vehicle to OEM specifications.