Auto Paint Services in New Hampshire, Vermont & Maine
Collision repair isn’t complete until the vehicle receives a fresh coat of paint! Our full-service paint shops in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine use precise manufacturer color matching to make weathered, damaged vehicles look brand new again.
For the highest quality paint services in New England, contact your closest Key Collision Center:
Restore Your Vehicle's Shine with BASF Automotive Paints
Using manufacturer-approved BASF automotive paints, we offer touch ups, full paint jobs and everything in between to fix:
- Scratches, chips and scuff marks
- Collision damage
- Rust marks and damage
To protect the new paint and make your vehicle sparkle like new, our I-CAR, BASF, and ASE certified technicians apply resilient finishes and glosses. We also perform panel and fender paint jobs, motorcycle paint jobs and paintless dent repair.
Regardless of make or model, we provide touch ups and full paint jobs to repair chips, scratches or scuff marks from collision damage, vandalism and everything in between. This service is available at the following locations:
Simple Insurance Claims
Our highly trained and certified technicians will get you back behind the driver’s seat in no time.
All Makes & ModelsWe work with all makes and models of vehicles, including foreign and domestic trucks and vans.
Stress-Free ClaimsWith long-standing relationships with all insurance providers, we facilitate the claims process for you.
Key Collision GuaranteeAll painting and refinishing work is guaranteed for as long as you own the vehicle.
COVID-19 Precautions for Rental Vehicles
You can rest assured that your rental vehicle has been meticulously cleaned and sanitized before you get behind the wheel.
Enterprise, our rental partner, is taking great steps to respond to COVID-19 by performing thorough cleaning and sanitizing procedures before and after use. Enterprise also provides Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes in every rental for additional care. For more information, read Enterpise’s full COVID-19 response.
Did You Know?
In New England, you have the right to choose where you receive repairs — no matter what your insurance company says.