Being in an accident is a stressful situation! We are here to help! To repair your vehicle takes time but rest assured the wait will be worth it!
Here are the steps that are involved in repairing your vehicle to show it is not an overnight process.
We use the highest quality and most durable paint and materials in the industry to ensure your vehicle looks great for the life of the vehicle. After your vehicle is returned to you, a few paint care tips can keep your vehicle looking good:
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) vs. After Market equipment
Hunter Body Works believes the only way to return your vehicle to a true “pre-accident” condition is to put back the exact parts that your vehicle came with from the factory. Your safety, the vehicle’s appearance and resale value, as well as our reputation depend on it. We discourage the use of aftermarket parts for a number of reasons. However, if you and your insurance company request them and understand the pros and cons of their use, we will help you get the best parts available. This may however, void your warranty.
COMPLETE COLLISION REPAIR
Q: Are estimates free?
A: YES! Large jobs may need an appointment.
Q: Do I need an Insurance estimate first?
A: Not always, but it is preferred to have an estimate when possible. This will speed the process up and allow work to start as soon as possible and get you back in your vehicle.
Q: What is an insurance adjuster?
A: An adjuster is someone who reviews claims and decides what is “covered” or “not covered”.
Q: How long will it take to repair my vehicle?
A: Every repair job is different. Many factors can affect the repair time. Part availability, insurance company negotiations and our work load are just a few.