While we hope you never have to go through the stress and worry that comes with being involved in an auto accident, if you do, we hope you will trust your car repair to us. At Atzenhoffer Collision Center, we are dedicated to restoring all makes and models, including Cadillac, Mazda, Ford, Dodge, and Toyota. Our technicians have been factory-trained to deliver expert service. Their goal is to restore your vehicle to its original condition including its performance, comfort, safety, and appearance. We will work hard to get your car back to you as soon as possible. Your car will feel like an accident never happened.
You can trust Atzenhoffer Collision Center because all of our service technicians are I-CAR certified. Before we do any work, we will give you a written estimate of all the services required to return your vehicle to its pre-collision state. We will also offer you genuine OEM parts so you can feel confident your vehicle will drive and look just like it did before.
Your vehicle is an important part of your life. When it suffers an accident, critical components, like its frame, could be damaged. You want to make sure you have it repaired by a well-equipped, trustworthy establishment. An improper repair could cause additional damage or even catastrophic failure.
Many new vehicles are engineered with advanced materials like aluminum, carbon fiber, or ultra-high-strength steel. Some privately-owned body shops may not be equipped to make repairs to these complex materials. Here at Atzenhoffer, we have all the tools and materials we need.
Correct Repair Procedures
Vehicle manufacturers frequently update repair procedures after studying accident information. We have access to these technical service bulletins so we can make sure we are repairing your vehicle in the best way possible.
The next time your vehicle is in need of repairs, bring it to a service team you can trust at Atzenhoffer.
Why Service Your Vehicle at Atzenhoffer?
When you bring your car to the service department at Atzenhoffer, you obtain access to a friendly, skilled team and a high quality customer service experience. This isn’t something you’ll find at a third-party mechanic. Whether you’re looking for OEM parts, somewhere your warranty will be honored, or even just a trustworthy place to have your vehicle serviced, come to Atzenhoffer.
For all your service needs, make Atzenhoffer your one-stop destination.
Frequently Asked Questions
DON'T TRUST JUST ANY COLLISION CENTER. ASK THESE QUESTIONS
So, you were in a car crash. What was once a lovely, movable automobile is now smashed in - so it is time to get it to a collision repair center. However, it is risky to have your car pulled to just whichever repair center first, ask these questions:
Is there a warranty? That is, does the repair center offer a warranty on its work? If so, the warranty' range can vary from shop to shop, so it is good to know just how strongly the center wishes to back up its work.
Will they work with my insurance? Unless you plan to pay for the repairs by yourself, odds are you will have to deal with your insurance company, so you will want to be sure that the collision center you take your car to will work with your insurance as well.
Does the Collision Center have a good reputation? Thanks to the internet, we all have a strong tool to research how certain shops do business, and you should definitely use that tool. Find the prospective collision center's online reviews using social media, the Better Business Bureau, and the center's website, and then decide whether you want to do business with them.
What about the repair? This question is actually several rolled into one, the first of which is: What is the extent of the damage? Once that is answered, of course there is: How much is my deductible? or, if you are paying out of pocket, simply how much will the repair cost? Then, once you have the estimate, some more good questions to ask are: How long will the repair take? Will you provide a rental car during the repair?
And one last, good question: What if you find damage that is not in the original estimate? These questions will help keep you completely informed, and prevent any (possibly costly) surprises.