Aluminum Body Repair
At Carolinas Collision Centers, we are certified by various manufacturers for aluminum repair. As part of this certification, we are required to purchase certain tools that are designed specifically for aluminum repair. Certain vehicles have aluminum and require special repair, meaning that specialists are needed to repair them.
Aluminum repair requires specialization and can be very expensive, but at Carolinas Collision Centers, we have the conditions needed to accurately and efficiently repair your vehicle. Our Aluminum Master Technicians are factory trained, meaning you will receive top-of-the-line repair and your vehicle will be returned to you like-new, with the quality you sought when purchasing it.
Aluminum vehicles include:
- Ford F-150
- Mercedes-Benz S, CL and SL models
- BMW 5 and 6 Series
- Chevy Corvette
- Jaguar XJ
- Range Rover
- Porsche Panamera, 991, 981, and 918
- Audi TT, A8 and R8
- Acura NSX
- Rolls Royce
- Aston Martin
The costs of repairing your aluminum vehicle will be more expensive because it is much more difficult than repairing steel. Working with aluminum requires more safety gear, more advanced equipment, and more skill. Aluminum dust is explosive, meaning that Carolinas Collision Centers must be equipped with an explosion-proof vacuum cleaner. Aluminum is also much harder to heat due to how well it conducts heat, so technicians must be incredibly skilled in order to repair these vehicles.
At Carolinas Collision Centers, we will work to mitigate and minimize the cost of your repairs, but we never want to compromise a quality repair. We provide you with the complete repair experience with the best restoration you can ask for.