I-95 Collision Center offers a paintless dent removal technique to repair dings, dents, creases and hail damage. Specialized tools are used to access the area behind the damage. The metal is then gently pushed back to its original form, preserving the exterior finish and structural integrity of the vehicle.
Auto Body Repair
Keeping your vehicle in top condition is important in order to maximize its resale value and keep you and your passengers safe. Since our vehicles are susceptible to damage from traffic accidents and environmental hazards such as: dirt, air pollution and sun; it is likely that you will have to make at least one trip to an auto body shop. With today’s advanced technology and equipment, we offer expert services to meet all of your motor vehicle paint and repair needs.
Computerized Measuring Systems
Whether you are involved in a minor fender bender or a major collision, there could be damage to your vehicle that is not readily apparent. Computerized laser measuring systems can detect hidden damage that visual inspections can miss. This system also acts as a guide to ensure that structural repairs are done to correct specifications. Computerized measuring systems provide documentation of your vehicle’s condition before, during and after the repairs have been made.
With today’s vehicles becoming increasingly complex, state-of-the-art equipment is used for the precise, technical work needed to straighten a damaged frame. Auto body technicians chain or clamp frames and sections to machines that use hydraulic pressure to align the damaged parts of the car.
Paint Color Matching
Restoring your vehicle’s paint has become easier with today’s computer-based color matching systems. Repair paint systems analyze paint and color tones to accurately match your car’s color, regardless of its model or manufacturer.
Eco Friendly Paint
Sherwin-Williams is being recognized in the Designing Greener Chemicals category for Water-Based Acrylic Alkyd Technology (WBAAT).
Oil-based “alkyd” paints have high levels of volatile organic compounds (VOC) that can become air pollutants as the paint dries. But now the Sherwin-Williams R&D Innovation Excellence team has developed water-based acrylic alkyd paint, made from soybean oil and recycled plastic bottles that cut VOC content by 60% .