Free Estimate- We’ll meet with you and learn about the history of your car. Our technicians will then prepare a detailed estimate of what they will do to restore your car to pre-accident condition.
We Accept ALL Insurances- We can work with ANY insurance company! The Tennessee Motorists Bill of Rights states: “No insurer or insurer representative shall recommend the use of a particular motor vehicle repair service without clearly informing the claimant that (i) the claimant is under no obligation to use the recommended repair service, (ii) the claimant may use the repair service of the claimant’s choice, and (iii) the amount determined by the insurer to be payable under the policy will be paid regardless of whether or not the claimant uses the recommended repair service.” Bottom line- YOU choose the body shop that you feel is the best to repair your vehicle!
Courtesy Transportation- We offer free shuttle service to your home or office when you drop your car off for repairs.
Structural Repair and Alignment- We use the G-Tronix system to take laser measurements to put your vehicle back to its factory specifications, and to ensure its proper structural alignment.
Paint and Finish- We use only the best quality paints to ensure optimum gloss and durability. Colors are mixed by factory computer codes and then custom tinted by a trained technician to match your vehicle’s specific color.
Expert Detailing – We offer a range of detailing services to make your car gleam like new. Many body shops today skip some of the final detailing services like wet-sanding and buffing, but not us! Whaley’s Body Shop always goes the extra mile to make sure your vehicle looks factory new.
Written Lifetime Warranty- We give each customer a detailed written warranty specific to the services performed on the car. We strive for total customer service and work hard to earn and keep your business.
There are several components to the entire repair process. How your vehicle is repaired is based on the type of damage and amount of damage.
Typically, most repair processes follow these steps: