1. Vehicle set on unibody repair equipment – Your vehicle was manufactured in compliance with tight structural standards. Exact location and fit of integral parts are critical to the operation and appearance of your vehicle. The equipment we use to measure your vehicle relies on laser-assisted measurements, which assures the proper location of all structural components.
2. New panels installed and checked for proper fit- All collision related repairs require some degree of cosmetic repair, and often require replacement of factory panels. We will check for proper fit, and make sure your vehicle’s parts look, fit, and align the way they should.
3. Corrosion protection reapplied to repaired areas- Most of today’s vehicles incorporate some form of corrosion protection applied by the original manufacturer. We will reapply this protection to ensure that your vehicle conforms to the original manufacturer’s standards.
4. All metal work done – It is at this point that we begin to check your vehicle’s systems for proper functioning and perform quality control of the repair work. An example of a systems check would be the resetting of the safety systems involving your passive restraint, or air bag system.
After completing the above steps, We can then move on to Reassembly, Paint and Extras…