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  • Monday 9:00 - 5:00
  • Tuesday 9:00 - 5:00
  • Wednesday 9:00 - 5:00
  • Thursday 9:00 - 5:00
  • Friday 9:00 - 5:00
  • Saturday CLOSED
  • Sunday CLOSED

Complete Collision & Repair

Collision and repairs are at the heart of what we do here at Global, and we’ve seen it all. After all, we are the the Kings of the deductible waiver up to $500. We think we’re among the best in the Cleveland area in collision, but we’ll let you decide. More on collision below:

collision and repair

Collision and repair services play a crucial role in restoring vehicles to their pre-accident condition and ensuring roadworthiness and safety. Whether it’s a minor fender bender or a major collision, these services are essential for both vehicle owners and the overall safety of the road.

  1. Assessment and Estimation: The process typically begins with a thorough assessment of the damage incurred by the vehicle. Trained technicians inspect the exterior and interior of the vehicle to identify all areas that require repair or replacement. They then provide an estimate of the costs involved, considering factors such as labor, parts, and the extent of the damage.

  2. Collision Repair: Once the assessment is complete and the estimate is approved by the vehicle owner or insurance company, the repair work begins. Skilled technicians use specialized tools and equipment to repair dents, scratches, and structural damage to the vehicle’s body. This may involve straightening frames, replacing panels, or welding damaged areas.

  3. Painting and Refinishing: After the structural repairs are completed, the vehicle may require painting and refinishing to restore its appearance. Technicians meticulously match the vehicle’s paint color and apply multiple coats to achieve a seamless finish. This step is crucial not only for aesthetics but also for protecting the repaired areas from corrosion and rust.

  4. Mechanical Repairs: In addition to bodywork, collision repair services may also include mechanical repairs. This could involve fixing or replacing components such as suspension systems, brakes, or exhaust systems that have been damaged in the collision. Ensuring that the vehicle is mechanically sound is essential for its safe operation on the road.

  5. Quality Assurance and Testing: Once all repairs are complete, the vehicle undergoes rigorous quality assurance checks to ensure that it meets safety standards and performs as expected. This may involve test-driving the vehicle to check for any abnormalities in handling or performance. Only after passing these tests is the vehicle deemed ready to be returned to the owner.

  6. Customer Service and Satisfaction: Throughout the entire process, collision repair services prioritize customer satisfaction. They keep the vehicle owner informed about the progress of the repairs and address any concerns or questions they may have. Providing excellent customer service helps build trust and confidence in the repair facility.

  7. Insurance Coordination: Many collision repair facilities work closely with insurance companies to streamline the repair process for their customers. They handle all communication with the insurance company, including filing claims and providing necessary documentation. This alleviates much of the stress and hassle for the vehicle owner during an already challenging time.