Full-Service Repairs for All Types of Fender Damage
Fenders are one of the most frequently damaged parts of a vehicle and fender benders are one of the most common types of accidents.
Just like bumpers, fenders play an important role in the construction of a vehicle. They are a metal structure designed to protect the tires, wheel wells and related sections of the vehicle frame. In a fender bender with another vehicle, it is common for there to be damage to both the fender and the bumper. Non-collision fender damage, like shopping cart dents or door frame dings, is also very common.
What to Expect from Fender Repairs
Our team of technicians will examine both the cosmetic and structural damage to your fender during a quick, free estimate. We use a thorough evaluation process to determine the full extent of the damage, whether it’s just a few minor scratches or structural damage behind the fender.
Minor scratches can usually be repaired through buffing, sanding or painting, while dent removal may require specialized equipment or paintless dent repair. Severe fender damage may require complete replacement.
Your Trusted Fender Bender Body Shop
Fast, Free Estimates
Through a meticulous approach, we evaluate your vehicle’s damage on a part-by-part basis. You can visit one of our shops or get a free estimate by using our online estimator tool.
Lifetime Limited Warranty
We want you to feel confident in our work. That’s why all repairs are guaranteed in writing for as long as you own your vehicle.
Service for All Makes & Models
The teams at all of our locations hold the latest industry certifications and have experience working on all makes and models of vehicles.
We Work with All Insurance Providers
Whether local or national, we will work directly with your insurance company to streamline the repairs process and get you back on the road. We are also a direct repair shop for many of the leading insurance providers, and we have representatives for these partners available at each Key location.
Once you file the initial claim with your insurance provider, we will handle all further communications.
Did You Know?
In New England, drivers have the right to choose where they take their vehicles for repairs — no matter what the insurance company says.