Why would I want to get my collision damage fixed at Jay’s Body Shop?

In a word; Experience.man_with_question_mark-blue

Body Shops don’t fix cars… people do. Fancy buildings and high-priced advertising may look attractive, but when it comes down to repairing your damaged car, a well qualified and experienced craftsman is who you want working for you.

I have worked in the collision repair industry for 35 years. I began my career by graduating with a 4.0 grade-point average from Wyoming Technical Institute in Laramie, Wyoming in 1976. Their Auto Body Repair training included frame-straightening and the full spectrum of automotive paint refinishing systems. That foundation has been supplemented through the years by industry-standard recurrent ICAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) training.

I am currently a collision specialist in “hard-hit” repairs, with specialized training in Airbag deployment repair. I have always been a “combination body-man”, which means I always paint the jobs that I fix. My painting experience currently has me as a group leader in the Paint Shop at Newmar Corporation, where I am responsible for the “show car” finish that is put on each of their $750,000 high-end RV coaches.

My experience goes a long way towards making your collision damaged car just a bad memory. I enjoy working for you and automotive insurance companies to restore your car to pre-accident condition. I know what it takes to make every component of your vehicle correct and proper once again.