Most modern cars can have exterior damage repaired by replacing the damaged body panel. These panels include doors, hood, trunk, grille, and bumpers. Most major automotive manufacturers can provide OEM panels restoring your car to like-new condition with a simple replacement and some paintwork if matching is required.
Accidents, random events, or aging can cause a car’s body panels to become damaged and over time rust. Repairing a damaged body panel can be costly and time-consuming and in such cases simply replacing the entire panel is a better solution. In many cases, a car’s damage is limited to one area, and replacing the body panels returns the car to functionality. This is not only cost-efficient but can take less time than repairing the damage to the existing panel.
When a car’s body panel is damaged it should be replaced as soon as possible as not doing so can lead to further issues over time. A damaged panel can have a variety of negative effects depending on what panel is damaged. For example, a damaged hood can expose parts of your car’s engine to the elements, or a damaged door may not shut correctly creating an inconvenience and a potential safety hazard. Even if the damage isn’t that severe leaving a damaged panel in place can lead to rust which can damage other parts of your car.
You have a choice in repair shops but not all of them have the experience, commitment to quality, and customer satisfaction you’re looking for. Many cheaper shops lack certification (such as I-Car or Aluminum Collison) and take shortcuts using cheap non-OEM parts. Located near Flowery Branch, we have been helping drivers in your area for years.
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