With or without insurance, we are happy to help you restore the damages. Our estimate specialists will determine the full extent of your vehicle's damage to restore it to its original condition. If insurance-related, all you need to do is bring the car in for an estimate, and we will take care of the rest. Once car damages are complete and ready to go, it will be washed, detailed, and inspected one last time.
Auto Glass Repair
Minor rock chip or crack? Our glass technicians are pleased to help you repair your windshield instead of replacing it. They are extremely careful, and perfectionist. Our specialist will suggest if your windshield is repairable or should be replaced, but you'll have the final decision. If interested call us with your vehicles model, make, and year for a quote.
Heavy Duty Vehicles
Car Tech also specializes in heavy-duty vehicle repairs. It includes light trucks such as pickup trucks, tow trucks to medium trucks such as box trucks, medium-duty trucks, and standard medium trucks. To hefty trucks such a dump truck, garbage truck, log carrier, refrigerator truck, and tractor units. If interested or have any questions about your heavy-duty truck, contact us now.
Paintless Dent Removal
Paintless dent repairs are also available at Car Tech used on aluminum and steel panels. Car Tech will do its best to minimize the dent, the shallower the damage, the higher the possibility of paintless dent repair. It is likely to improve a massive dent or crease to an acceptable level.
Dent & Scratch Removal
Is your car dent or scratch, or both? Car Tech offers from paintless dent removal to wet sand and buff, to repair with paint. Car Tech will explain what's the best option depending on the degree of the damage, but will let you decide what works best for you. We do our best to improve the condition of the vehicle.
If your vehicle's frame has been damaged because of an accident or collision, Car Tech Auto Collision will help you restored your vehicle to its shape. With our up to date frame straightening machine, we use computerized line-of-sight lasers or sonic senders to assess a car's frame and diagnose the damage.