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Being Involved In A Collision Is Stressful, But Choosing A Quality Collision Repair Facility Doesn’t Have To Be

Your vehicle may be the second largest investment you make in your lifetime. Finding a quality collision repair business by asking the right questions and taking a tour of a collision repair business can help you decide if your investment will be in the best hands. If you feel comfortable after your visit, chances are you will be satisfied with the repair.

Choosing A Collision Repair Facility

  • Start shopping for a collision repair facility before you need one.
  • Ask friends and associates for recommendations or consult local consumer organizations. You’ll probably hear Junction’s name!
  • Look for a clean, well-organized facility, with vehicles in the parking lot that are at least equal in value to your own.
  • Look for a facility that has modern equipment, such as a three-dimensional measuring system, or a paint mixing system and spray booth, as an indicator that the business is up-to-date with technology.
  • Look for a facility that has a courteous staff that is willing to answer your questions.
  • Ask if the repair facility specializes or if it usually handles your type of repair work.
  • Ask about the repair warranties offered at the facility. Most professional collision repair facilities offer warranty programs to protect you if something does not work properly after the repair is complete.
  • Look for evidence of properly trained and certified technicians.      

 

Properly Trained And Certified Technicians Include:

  • Gold Class Professionals® businesses
  • Platinum Individual™ technicians
  • ASE-certified technicians

Junction has ALL THREE!

Gold Class Professionals And Platinum Individuals

Gold Class Professionals
Platinum Individuals

Gold Class Professionals are collision repair businesses, auto insurance companies, glass businesses, recyclers, suppliers and distributors, and other collision industry businesses that have achieved a high level of collision repair training. A Platinum Individual is a collision industry professional that has achieved a high level of training. Awarded by the not-for-profit organization the  Inter-Industry Conference On Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR), Gold Class Professionals and Platinum Individuals have the knowledge and understanding to work with other industry professionals regarding the repair of your vehicle. Not only does this reduce the hassle involved in a collision, but a proper repair helps keep you and your family safe on the road.

ASE-Certified Technicians And Blue Seal Businesses

ASE Certified

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), a non-profit organization, certifies the competence of individual technicians in all major technical areas, including collision repair. Before taking ASE certification tests, many technicians attend training classes, such as I-CAR training. By passing difficult, international tests, ASE-certified technicians prove their technical competence to themselves, to their employers and to their customers. Moreover, repair facility owners and managers who encourage their employees to become certified can be counted on to be concerned about the other aspects of their business. Additionally, ASE Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition goes a step further by identifying those repair facilities that have a large percentage of certified professionals and a certified professional in each area of service offered. It’s a commitment that earns only the best repair facilities the recognition to stand out from the crowd. Junction’s Body Shop is PROUD to lead this pack!

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