Today, the use of aluminum in automobile frames & body components is becoming increasingly widespread, as US manufacturers adapt to meet new federal fuel economy regulations. While aluminum is not new to the automotive industry (Audi has used aluminum heavily since the mid 90’s), the use of aluminum is quickly being adopted by a wider variety of manufacturers. For example, the body components of the 2014 Ford F-150 pickup truck will be made almost entirely from aluminum.
•Patented Clean-Air filtering system to ensure a contaminant-free environment
•Dedicated Celette Unibody Measuring System to identify areas of the body & framework in need of repair
•Highly skilled technicians with specialized aluminum training
•Manufacturer backing from Audi making Precision Oregon’s only Audi Factory
•Certified Aluminum Repair Facility
•State-of-the-art tool dedicated aluminum body repair facilities and equipment
Once all parts have arrived (usually within 1-3 days), we replace all damaged parts, massage out any dents, and restore the contours of the automotive body to their original condition.
After body work is complete and damaged parts are replaced, it’s time to prep the car for the paint booth. In a blend of artistry & science, our skilled painters, aided by computer, mix, match & tint a shade of paint to account for any color lot variations or fading from exposure to the elements. We’ll carefully blend around the damaged area to ensure the graduation between brand-new paint & older paint is seamless and invisible to even the most trained eye.
Now that all body repairs have been made and coated with gleaming new paint, we clean your car inside & out. Once it’s spic & span, we’ll notify you so you can schedule a convenient time to pick it up.
With quality repair from Precision, not only will your collision repairs go smoothly & quickly, you can get back on the road with confidence, knowing we guarantee the quality of our repairs- structurally & aesthetically. Happy Driving!