Auto Body Repair In Collingswood, NJ

After you have been in a collision, you may be frustrated and concerned, even if there were no injuries. If your car is not drivable, you may be worried about how you will get back and forth to work or how you will run the errands your family needs to keep your household running smoothly. That’s why Elmer’s Auto Body Shops in South Jersey work as hard as possible to get your car back on the road as fast as we can.

Hail Damage Repair in Collingswood, NJ

Hail is not an uncommon thing in New Jersey and, an auto body repair in NJ can confirm that New Jersey is one of the top ten states for hail damage in the country. Hail can cause significant damage even if it is small, causing dents in your hood, roof or trunk. It can break windows and mirrors as well. If the hail breaks through several layers of paint, you could be facing rust in the future, according to the NJ auto body experts at Elmer’s Auto Body.

While the damage to your vehicle may seem like just a few scratches and dents, it is very important for you to repair for the following reasons:

 

  • If the hail broke through the paint of your vehicle your car or truck would begin to rust.
  • It will reduce the resale value of your vehicle
  • If there is damage to your windshield it may reduce the vehicle’s safety.

Paintless Dent Repair in Collingswood, NJ

If the damage to your car is minor, the auto body shops in South Jersey, Elmer’s Auto Body, may be able to repair it using paintless dent repair. This is new technology that allows the technician to fix minor dents with no need for sanding, painting or body filler. Since there is no need for painting, you don’t have to worry that the paint may fade to a different color as it ages. Because there is no need for filler, sanding or painting, the repair is less expensive than other types of repair as well.

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Worry Free Dent Repair

  • Preserve the value of your car.
  • Maintain your car’s original appearance.
  • PDR repairs are virtually undetectable

PDR is ideal for:

  • Hail Damage
  • Low Impact Dent Repair
  • Minor Dents

Bumper Repair in Collingswood, NJ

Your bumper is designed to absorb significant impact so when you bring it into our auto body repair in NJ with bumper damage, we understand that there may be hidden damage you cannot see. We will do a thorough inspection of your vehicle to make repairs that could make your car less safe. When you drive out of our NJ auto body shop, you know that you are in the safest car possible.

Bumper Repair Services Offered

  • In-house bumper repair service
  • Repair and replace plastic bumper
  • Replacement (only) of metal bumpers
  • Commercial fleet bumper repairs
  • Paint rebuffing
  • Foreign and domestic vehicles
  • Paintless Dent Repair

Windshield Replacement in Collingswood, NJ

Your windshield does more than allow you to see in front of your car. It is also a critical part of the support system for your roof. Even a tiny chip or scratch could lead to roof collapse if you are in a collision. Therefore, our auto body shops in South Jersey recommend getting chips and scratches fixed even if they don’t seem serious. If possible, we will fix the damage, but if the chip or crack is through both panes of glass, we will have to replace your windshield. Our auto body repair in NJ will make the repair or replacement and get you back on the road quickly.

Windshield Replacement in NJ

Auto glass we can repair or replace:

  • Sunroofs
  • Rear Sliders
  • Front Windshield
  • Rear Windshield
  • Paint rebuffing
  • Foreign and domestic vehicles
  • Paintless Dent Repair

If your car has suffered damage, contact the NJ auto body experts, Elmer’s Auto Body today. Give us a call or fill out the easy form online to schedule an appointment.

Camden County Auto Body Shop

W. Collingswood Hts.

201 Crescent Blvd,
Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059
(856) 456-7018

Additional Repair Services

Collision Repair
Auto Painting
Body Repair
Bumper Repair
Fender Repair
Hail Damage Repair
Paintless Repair
Auto Glass Repair
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