Blue Body & Paint  


The Blue Body Team knows you expect the highest quality repairs for your vehicle.   We also know you expect your repairs to be done as quickly as possible.   All of our services are designed to make the repair process concise and clear to you.
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Facts You Should Know About Obtaining an Estimate:

1.   First and foremost, you are not obligated to use any   particular shop to repair your vehicle.   You are free to   use the shop of your choice.
2.   No law requires you to get more than one estimate.
3.   There is a big difference between shops.   Any shop can give you a lower price by leaving something out or overlooking parts.   Our skilled craftsmen will do an outstanding job of restoring your car at a fair price.

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Blue Body & Paint Will:

  1. Provide you with an estimate or explain our process for working with your insurance estimate.
  2. Schedule your repair and pre-order parts so your vehicle spends less time in the shop waiting for parts to arrive.   Occasionally, we may have to order additional parts for damage that becomes apparent after your car is disassembled in the shop.
  3. Contact you throughout the repair process (by phone or email) with repair status reports.
  4. Deliver Quality Repairs with Great Customer Service.


ASE and I-CAR Designations

You'll find the ASE and I-CAR logos proudly displayed on our uniforms and building.   These designations aren't something you can go out and buy - you have to earn them.   Here is a little background on both.

ASE         Delane Langton, Blue Body's Owner, is an ASE certified Master Body and Paint Technician and Collision Estimator.   He also was Body Shop Business Magazine's ASE master collision repair and refinish 2000 Technician of the Year.

ASE's mission is to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through the testing and certification of repair and service professionals.   Here's how ASE certification works:   Prospective candidates take one or more of ASE's automotive specialty exams.   Upon passing at least one exam, and after providing proof of two years of relevant work experience, the candidate becomes certified.   To remain certified, the person must be re-tested every five years.

I-CAR       Blue Body & Paint has attained the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals' designation, which indicates our completion of more than 70 hours of specialized training.   Even more importantly, Gold Class Professionals know how to check, repair and replace safety features like airbags, seatbelts and anit-lock braking systems.

I-Car's vision for the industry is that every person in the collision industry has the necessary technical knowledge and skills relevant to their position to ensure a complete and safe repair.

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