Our auto body shops number one priority is bringing your car back to factory or better specifications.
Statistically, most people trade their car in within 12 months after it has been in an accident, this is because they fear their vehicle is "just not the same." With Apex Auto Body it's not only "the same," it's better.
Our collision repair shop is more than qualified to handle all claims for all Insurance Companies, and we do it without a contractual agreement to better serve your needs.
As an Independent shop without a contract, we have more freedom to do the repair right the first time using quality materials and parts without discounting to insurance companies and cutting corners to save them money.
The Right Collision Repair Equipment
Having two high-quality frames machines for increased productivity and faster cycle times. One computerized to meet the measuring requirements of today's cars and the other to meet or exceed the needs of older cars. Using more than one helps get your car back faster and keeping your insurance company happy, making the overall repair process more efficient.
Measuring your frame requires specialty equipment, we use both computerized and noncomputerized to best suit your cars repair requirements.
Structural Repair Standards
Significant damage can and usually does cause structural damage, not just the frame area but in the anatomical region of today’s Unibody constructed/caged cars.
The structural area of todays cars integrate into multiple panels, welded together and hidden by the outer layer of sheet metal (you call them fenders and doors) and carry the actual load and structure of the car, even your windsheild carries strutural load. The exterior body panels from a collision standpoint are purely for cosmetic purposes only (they make it pretty). The actual structure does the work. When this structure is damaged, it becomes weak and must be appropriately repaired to maintain the engineered safety requirements.
Quarter-Panel-Repair (Spot welds Quarter Panel Replacements)
You probably think of them as “Rear Fenders,” but they are actually called “Quarter Panels,” nicknamed because the structure involves ¼ of the car, located in the rear, these panels are welded in and become part of the structure. Replacing them requires highly skilled technicians, specialty welding equipment, skill and knowledge.
"Committed to You, the Customer, not the Insurance Company."