Auto Body Collision & Repair for Northern New England

  • Free,
    Free, Quick Estimates
    Using a structured approach, we evaluate your vehicle’s damage on a part-by-part basis. You can also use our free online photo estimator.
  • Lifetime
    Lifetime Limited Warranty
    All repair work we perform is guaranteed in writing for as long as you own your vehicle — no matter the make or model.
  • Working
    Working with All Insurance Companies
    We work directly with all local and national insurance providers. Representatives for our insurance partners are available at each of our locations.
  • Stress-Free
    Stress-Free Claims
    File a claim with your insurance provider and we’ll take care of all further communications.

Highly Certified Technicians

Our technicians are the best in the business and hold the most up-to-date industry certifications.

Repairs for All Vehicle Makes & Models

No matter the damage to your vehicle, we’ve got you covered. Our technicians are highly trained and certified in the repair of all makes and models of vehicles, including but not limited to:

How to Choose the Right Auto Body Shop

New England drivers don’t have to settle for the first auto body repair shop recommended by their insurance provider.

State regulations allow drivers to select their own repair shop. With an abundance of choices, how can you make sure you’re choosing the right collision center? Here are a few tips:

Check Online Reviews
Browse Google, Facebook, Yelp, Carwise and your other favorite review sites to see what other people are saying about their experience at a certain repair shop.

Ask About Your Insurance
A quality repair shop will be fluent in nearly every local and national insurance provider. While they will need to dive deep to understand your specific policy, they can usually give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of the claims process, rental options, OEM parts and more.

Get Recommendations from Friends & Family
You can get an honest opinion about a repair shop just by asking your friends and family about their own personal experiences.

Understand the Quality Control Process
Whether it’s a small bumper fix or a full collision repair, the final inspection process is one of the most important parts of every repair. The most reputable repair shops will follow a meticulous, part-by-part inspection process.

Proudly Serving Northern New England and Beyond

No matter the make or model of your vehicle, the expert staff at our 11 convenient collision centers will get you back in the driver's seat.