Paint and Refinishing
Along with paint work associated with collision damage, we also focus on cosmetic painting and paint correction. This can include minor damage such as rock chips or a faded hood or roof panel. It can also include more involved procedures such as painting your entire vehicle. These types of paint issues will most likely not be handled by your insurance company, but that will depend on the scenario. All painting is done in-house. Paint is mixed and matched using a state-of-the-art, industry-leading computerized paint mixing system. We only spray environmentally-friendly waterborne paint from Spies Hecker in our top-of-the-line Garmat spray booth. We focus on vehicles manufactured within the last 15 years. We do not do custom paint, heavy rust repair, restoration work, or color changes. For an overall paint job, there can be intensive labor involved and the price can vary. The typical starting price for a complete paint job is $2,000. The price can likely increase depending on the type of vehicle, the current condition of the body and paint, and the vehicle color and options. Oftentimes, we can offer you different pricing options with different warranty terms depending on your budget and preferences. We do limit the drop-off appointments of complete paint jobs to keep all production flow timely and accurate for our customers. Just click on Schedule an Appointment and let us see what we can do for you!