GETTING COLLISION REPAIR?
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You!
Don't rush to get this over with by choosing the first shop that was recommended.
Don't assume all body shops care about your safe repair! (They don't!)
Three Shocking Truths About Collision Repair
There are no laws to protect you from receiving unsafe collision repairs.
Body shops do not need a license or training to do collision repair.
Safe repair and unsafe repair look identical on the outside.
Barbers and hairstylists need a license to cut hair, but shops don’t need one to cut up and weld a car back together and send it off to an unsuspecting customer.
The body shop technician decides how he is going to fix the car, and nothing is forcing him to research the correct method and stick to that plan.
At Helfman, all of our technicians are OEM trained and we build repair plans based on manufacturer recommendations, not past experience or guesses.
Contact us, and we can make this worry go away.
Getting a second opinion is easy and free.
REAL STORIES OF BAD REPAIRS
THESE PEOPLE ALL THOUGHT THEIR CARS WERE REPAIRED SAFELY.
The horrific and unsafe repairs we find nearly every week at our shops are scary stuff.
We get cars in all the time that have been repaired at other shops.
Most people have no idea that they are driving in an unsafe car, but it happens more than you would think.
WE ARE OEM CERTIFIED!
HERE IS WHY THAT MATTERS TO YOU.
OEM certification means that our technicians are certified by the manufacturer to fix your vehicle. It also means that we have all the required tools and equipment to repair your vehicle exactly the way the manufacturer wants it repaired. But most importantly it means that rather than take a guess each time a technician repairs a car, OEM certification means that we research each repair, check with the manufacturer repair instructions and build our repair plans accordingly. Being OEM certified means that we will fix your car the right way.