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In a collision, bumpers play an important role in minimizing body damage. But they also take the brunt of the impact, resulting in cracks, dents and scratches.
Whatever the state of your bumpers, our I-CAR certified technicians will recondition and erase any signs of damage. Many plastic bumpers can be repaired and painted to look new again, and our technicians exhaust all repair techniques before turning to replacement options.
Modern vehicle bumpers are made of a variety of materials. Typically, bumpers are designed with a plastic cover that is supported by a steel, fiberglass, plastic or aluminum bar.
No matter the construction of your bumpers, our team can make them like new again. We offer repair and replacement services for the following bumper materials:
Following a collision, let us handle your bumper repair or replacement. We can work with all makes, models and bumper materials including plastic, steel, metal, chrome or fiberglass. This service is available at the following locations:
Bumper damage isn’t just unsightly; it can be unsafe if your vehicle is in another collision. But that’s why we’re here! Visit one of our repair shops for meticulous, fast bumper repairs.
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.
Most bumper repairs range from $300–$1,500. Minor bumper dents and scratches can typically be repaired for a smaller price.
Many plastic bumpers can be repaired and painted to look new again, and our technicians exhaust all repair techniques before turning to replacement options.
A small crack or dent may not pose a serious hazard, but if your bumper has come loose, you risk injuring pedestrians, other drivers or yourself.
That depends on a few factors. For many minor bumper damage repairs, the costs may be less than your insurance deductible. It’s also important to consider who was at fault for the collision.