What's the difference between an auto body shop and a mechanic?
After a car accident, many people never consider bringing their car in to anyone but their regular mechanic. While it's true that mechanics have the tools and skills to get cars up and running again, you may find yourself dissatisfied by the repairs if you don't bring your car into a collision repair shop.
That's because collision repair is a specialized service. Sending your car to a mechanic instead of a collision repair shop is like seeing your general practitioner for a broken ankle instead of an orthopedist. While your doctor can treat it, an orthopedist will have much better odds of success.
Repairing a car after a collision is a much more complicated matter than simply removing damaged panels and replacing them and making sure that the car is safe to operate afterwards. Even low-speed collisions can twist and kink the entire frame of the vehicle, far from the point of impact. A collision repair shop can evaluate the changes holistically and make sure that the car is properly aligned and that there's no hidden damage
DB Custom makes sure that your car will look exactly as it did before the accident, from exterior repairs to custom paint jobs that make sure that the damaged panels match the rest of the car. While mechanics and collision repair shops have some overlap, they're not the same. Call DB Custom for a detail-oriented collision repair today.
DB COLLISION & AUTOWORKS
1040 INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY, SUITE G
NEWBERG, OR 97132