You might be the best driver in the world, but you can’t always protect yourself who’s a bit less cautious on the road. Living in Chicago means there’s a lot of cars, narrow streets, tight parking spots, a lot of bumper to bumper traffic and overall many situations that can cause damage to your car.
In those unfortunate cases you’d need to find an auto body shop that knows exactly what to do and would be able to fix the issue with ideal precision, best tools possible and in a timely manner. Here at Carrectly we’d be more than happy to provide you with that service and our customers are amongst the happiest ones.
When it comes to bodywork, you could do it cheaply OR you could do it properly. We believe in doing the work the proper way. Simply repairing and repainting only the damaged panel might not be enough. Most of the time to make it look like nothing ever happened, we’d need to blend it in with a nearby door or other panels to match the color perfectly. Otherwise, you’d be able to see the difference in the paint job and that’s not how we do things.
Here’s an example of the paint job gone wrong. Believe it or not, the color is actually the same, however, blending in with the front door and rear panel didn’t happen and this is the result:
Just recently we have finished a panel on a beautiful Audi S5 with blending in. Here’s what came out of it:
And another Toyota we worked on a couple of months ago came out beautifully as it should:
In short, it’s not an easy process and it’s very unfortunate when these things happen. But with the correct tools and people who know how to properly get the job done, we at Carrectly got you covered. And whatever bodywork, dent repair or anything else car related you might need, we’ll get it fixed the best way possible and make your car looks like nothing ever happened.
Stay Safe and remember: treat your car how you would treat your girlfriend (boyfriend) and it will keep you happy for many years to come.
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