Auto Body Repair Services
At Dick Hannah Auto Body, we use state-of-the-art equipment, the best certified and trained professionals to restore your vehicle to it’s pre-loss condition.
Dick Hannah uses the most advanced PPG Envirobase paints and systems available. Our refinishing technicians are I-CAR certified, trained by PPG and have completed multiple OEM certifications to become recommended repair facilities.
Dick Hannah’s certified glass installers will replace any broken windshield or window on your vehicle and bill your insurance directly. You get OEM quality glass and we handle the paperwork. It’s that simple.
After an accident, getting your car or truck to the body shop doesn’t have to be a challenge. Dick Hannah Auto Body has partnerships that will help you get your car delivered to us, even after hours.
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Auto Body Repair Process
The vehicle is inspected by one of our experienced damage appraisers. An initial estimate is sent to the insurance company for authorization. Our staff will assist you in working with your insurance company to make the process as smooth as possible.
Once the vehicle is disassembled, we often find damage that wasn’t visible upon initial inspection. A Supplemental Estimate will be submitted to the insurance company. Repairs will begin after receiving authorization.
All parts down to the tiniest nut and bolt must be ordered for each repair. Depending on where they come from, this can take some time.Once received, the structural repairs are done using our top-of-the-line unibody system. Your vehicle’s frame will be returned to factory specifications.
After a body repair, what do people notice first? The paint job! Prepping a vehicle for painting is a precise task. Since all new body parts arrive black, they must be painted to match the vehicle’s color.
Almost finished. After the vehicle is reassembled, any needed mechanical work is done such as engine repairs and wheel alignment. The vehicle is thoroughly detailed and ready to roll.
Your vehicle’s “health” will be scanned before and after repairs to ensure it’s in tip-top running order. In newer vehicles with sophisticated accident avoidance technology, sensors will need to be re-calibrated.