It's normal for cars to get dings, scratches, chips, and dents from daily use on the road. For the most part, small scratches and dents aren't very noticeable. An accident, big or small, however, can leave a dent or scratch that everyone sees wherever you drive. This can make your vehicle look bad, but it can also lead to other problems if left untreated. Some people don't bother getting needed auto body repairs if the damaged vehicle still works.
19 May 2020
Presuming you're not dealing with the aftermath of an accident, deciding when to have auto body repair work done is oftentimes a personal choice. There are, however, some practical reasons why you may need to visit a car body repair shop. In these 5 situations, it's probably worth the expense. Rust Is Appearing Generally, if you're seeing a few outward patches of rust, there's a lot more going on than you suspect.
20 January 2020
Winter weather is hard on your car's paint whether you live in a snowy area or one that gets a lot of winter rain. If you must park your car outdoors, then you are likely to have more difficulty in keeping your paint looking new. However, there are certain things you can do to protect your car's exterior during long periods of poor weather conditions. Here are some ways that you can protect your car's paint so that it continues to look good throughout the season.
5 December 2019
Many people mistakenly believe that the windshield of a vehicle is only there to keep the rain, wind, and insects out of our face. The windshield of a vehicle is critical to the overall integrity of the car. There are many reasons why you should not put off getting your auto windshield repaired. From rock chips to giant cracks, your windshield's condition can have a direct effect on your driving and safety.
9 September 2019
If you have been in a car accident and your vehicle sustained damaged, one of the first things to think about is where to take it for auto collision repair. During the repair process, there is a good chance your vehicle will need a paint job. Here are three painting techniques used by auto body shops. Car Paint Code Even though you think your car is just plain red, there are actually various shades of red that different car manufacturers use when they make a vehicle.
20 June 2018
After a hailstorm, you might notice dents covering your car. You may be hesitant to spend the money to have the dents repaired and wish to opt for DIY methods. While some work, in many cases, you will be better off using an auto repair shop. Common DIY Methods To some extent, hail damage can be repaired simply by leaving your car in the sun. The heat from the sun will cause the surface of the car to expand and will cause the car's surface to even out.
13 July 2016
In the modern world of efficiency, everyone wants to get the most done for the least pain to the pockets. Often simple problems can be the difference between hundreds of thousands in expenses. While the construction and heavy equipment industry may be garnering billions a year, any company will be keenly aware of common maintenance and repair issues that can blow budgets and timelines. Keeping Records This point may be the easiest of common maintenance tasks to complete but, as it goes, many things that are easy to do are easy not to do.
11 May 2016
Starting your own business comes with a lot of responsibilities. Beyond having to make sure that you have enough staff on hand to handle the demands of your business, you also have to work on getting customers to come into the business to begin with. As a new business, it isn't always easy to get new customers to come and give your business a shot. One of the newest ways to advertise your business is using a car wrap.
23 March 2016
If you have any scratches on your vehicle, the best way to cover them up to ensure that your car appears like new again is to touch up the paint job in that area, especially if the plastic or metal underneath the paint is exposed. Here are some tips and tricks for doing this: Hire Professionals if Nervous: If you are nervous about touching up the paint on your vehicle yourself, then it's always a good idea to let professionals handle it.
17 January 2016
There are some very fun and interesting automotive decals out there that can make your car unique. The additional benefits to using decals are that they are not nearly as costly as a custom paint job and they stay put even long after the rest of the paint job around them has faded or rusted. However, decals need to be applied to smooth, clean, and even surfaces. Here is how you can avoid auto body repair services while applying your vehicle's decals yourself.
23 November 2015