What is an insurance Preffered, Select or Direct Repair Program?

This means that a collision repair facility has a contractual obligation with an insurance company. This contract guarantees the body shop that a select amount of work will be done for the insurance company in exchange for concessions on how the shop repairs your vehicle.

Does my vehicle have to be repaired by my insurance’s recommended shop?

No. You have the legal right to have your vehicle repaired at your shop of choice. Often times insurance companies will attempt to steer you to one of their preferred shops. Steering is done to help increase the bottom line for the insurance company, and not necessarily for your benefit.

Do you work for Me or the insurance company?

We work for you! As we have no contractual obligations to the insurance company, the insurance company simply reimburses the cost of the repairs that are covered by your policy.

What insurance companies do you work with?

As we are not contractually obligated to any insurance companies, We work with any and all insurance companies entirely on your behalf.

Is there a difference between aftermarket and OEM parts?

Absolutely! There is a reason why after-market parts are substantially cheaper than OEM parts. OEM parts are supplied by the original manufacturer and are built to the engineering standards designed by the manufacturer. After-market collision parts are designed by another company and subject to being made from different materials, quality specifications, and multiple recalls.

Do you offer a lifetime warranty on your repairs?

Yes, we do! We offer a lifetime warranty on all of our repairs.

How do i begin the repair process?

Give us a call or stop by the shop to get the repair process started. We would love the opportunity to be able to walk you through the repair process and make it as smooth as possible.

What is Paintless Dent Repair?

Paintless Dent repair is the art of removing dents, dings and hail damage using specialty rods, tools and lights, without body fillers or refinishing. Think of it like old school metal shaping paired with new technologies and precision. This really is an art that should only be done on your vehicle by someone with years of dedicated practice.

What is a Hybrid Repair?

A hybrid repair is a collision repair technique that combines the art of paintless dent repair with traditional refinishing methods. This method allows us to save panels, keep our repair areas smaller, and save more of your vehicle’s original finish. It is also the least invasive repair method as the repaired areas are not welded on (damaging the backside e-coat and making the metal more brittle), it requires the use of less fillers, and by keeping the repairs smaller, we have more original paint color to blend our new color into, thus allowing for better color matches.


Where are you located?

We are at 2550 US-HWY 2 east in Kalispell (Evergreen) just south of Reserve Street.

What are your hours of operation?

We are open Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm