According to the Texas Department of Transportation, approximately 1 automobile accident occurs in the state every 82 seconds; additionally, countless vehicles are subjected to hail, parking lot damage and other mishaps each day. In order to help combat these numbers with affordable expert vehicle repair, Mike Henley, owner of Henley’s Paint and Body, has launched a campaign to increase awareness of the company’s unique auto body repair options for residents of Bryan, College Station and the surrounding areas.
Henley affirmed, “When customers visit our Bryan and College Station Auto Body Shop, they can expect the best repair possible, expert service and a smooth experience in every aspect. Our facilities are manufacturer certified, and we employ factory trained technicians. In addition to paintless dent repair, are among the very few shops in the area offering laser guided frame straightening and a downdraft spray booth.”
In the past, when vehicles suffered a bent frame as the result of an accident, owners were given one of two options; they could allow their repair shop to remove the bent portion of the frame and weld in a straight piece, or they could give up their vehicle as a total loss. When choosing the latter, they could only hope their insurance provider offered them enough reimbursement to cover the cost of a new vehicle. With the welding alternative, they ran the risk of compromising the vehicle’s structural integrity.
The introduction of laser guided frame straightening provided a new solution. Some frames can be straightened using sophisticated software and state of the art laser alignment tools. This method is only effective when performed by skilled technicians with a firm understanding of how the process works, and Henley’s Paint and Body is one of only a handful of shops in the vicinity able to offer this service.
Their downdraft spray booth is another uncommon feature and is considered top of the line in comparison to its open front and cross draft counterparts. This type of technology produces a superior finish comparable to factory results and is recommended for high end vehicles including Lexus, Mercedes and BMW. Paintless dent repair involves removing hail damage, parking lot dings and other minor damage by gently pushing dents out from the back side of body panel. Aside from being more cost effective, this method ensures completely uniform color by eliminating the need to repaint damaged body parts.
Concluded Henley, “We also provide a full array of traditional repair methods and detailing services. We gladly offer free estimates and insurance claim assistance. Our technicians are fully certified in both foreign and domestic vehicles, and we specialize in luxury models like Mercedes, Volvo, Porsche and Jaguar.”
About Henley’s Paint and Body:
Offering a variety of services in the Bryan and College Station area, Henley’s Paint and Body brings 20 years of experience to the automotive repair industry. The company boasts a number of services not available from other body shops in the area, including state of the art frame straightening and finishing techniques.
Visit http://bryancollegestationautobodyshop.com/ for more information.
Name: Mike Henley
Organization: Henley's Paint and Body