Nalley Collision - Roswell

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Nalley Collision Center in Roswell is here to make your auto body repair process quick and easy. We understand that an accident can be stressful and be a big inconvenience. Our team will help you from put the claim in, get your rental vehicle set up, communicate with the insurance company to make sure the right auto parts and repairs are done to your vehicle, return the vehicle back to you in pre-loss condition. Our techs are both I-CAR Gold Class Certified and factory certified by Lexus, Scion and Toyota. We work on all makes and models and work with most major insurance companies too. Our collision center is conveniently located at 1000 Sun Valley Drive in Roswell, GA. We offer a variety of ways for you to get a complimentary quote for your vehicle’s damage. You can either schedule your in-person appointment or use our online photo estimator to get an estimate without having to visit our body shop!

Nalley Collision Center - Roswell FAQs

Let's be realistic, automobile accidents, no matter the severity, can be a very stressful situation and a long drawn out process. You have to, first, make sure there are no injuries, file a police report/insurance claim, and after all that, figure out how to go about the repairs. It's important to choose an auto body shop that specializes in collision repair or dent repair for your vehicle. Not all body shops have the equipment and skills to properly do auto body work. While it may seem convenient to take it to the closest local body shop, it's important to make sure you are putting your vehicle in good hands to make sure the job is done properly. Nalley Collision Center - Roswell is not only I-CAR Gold certified, but is Lexus, Toyota and Scion certified, as well. This lets you know that your car, truck or SUV is in the right hands.

What Insurance Companies Do Nalley Collision Center - Roswell Centers Work With?

Nalley Collision Center - Roswell utilizes all major insurance companies, including State Farm, Allstate, AAA, Geico, USAA, just to name a few. To find out if we are a preferred body shop for your insurance company, you can contact us directly or reach out to your insurance provider with any questions you may have.

Why Is It Important for A Body Shop To Be Certified?

Between the complex technological components to the way that every brand tries makes to sure that their vehicle has distinctive characteristics to set them apart, an auto body shop that is certified makes sure that the repair is done keeping the specific model in mind. This includes genuine OEM auto parts, paint and components for that brand. While a body shop may be I-CAR Gold certified, that doesn't always mean they have technicians that are also certified by the manufacturer, like those at Nalley Collision Center - Roswell. Our auto body shop is certified by Lexus, Toyota and Scion. This allows for our customers and insurance providers to be confident that we get your vehicle back to original factory standards.

Is Nalley Collision Center - Roswell A Certified Auto Body Shop?

Simply put....yes! Nalley Collision Center - Roswell is I-CAR Gold certified and Lexus, Toyota and Scion certified. When you're looking for reliable auto body repair service, you will probably com across the I-CAR certification logo on websites or at the shop itself...and certification matters more than you might think. There are plenty of auto body and collision repair shops that will "promise" or "guarantee" quality work & service, but that doesn't mean their teams are trained or qualified to restore your vehicle's appearance and structural integrity. I-CAR certification is a quick and easy way for you to know that the person working on your car has the most up-to-date training and qualification available. On top of this, when the body shop is certified by the manufacturer (or a preferred location), that means that that body shop technicians have also consistently maintained a certain level of training and excellence set by that specific brand.

How Long Do Repairs Typically Take?

In most cases, even with major damage, repairs can take 1-2 weeks. But there are many factors that go into this average. This average time frame (on any time longer than two weeks) typically depends on a variety of factors, such as auto parts availability for your specific vehicle, the insurance company and the cause of the damage. Our team has years of experience and has seen every situation that you can think of, so once we gather all of the details, we can give you a rough estimate of your time frame and will keep you informed through the repair process.

Can I Schedule An Appointment?

If you would like to schedule an in-person, you can do that as well. Just click "schedule an appointment" and it will take you to our online scheduler. You can also call us andwe will schedule and confirm your appointment. Depending on the make and the damage, most in-person estimates can take around 30 minutes. Our team of estimators can give you an idea when you schedule your appointment, about the approximate time your estimate will take.

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