If you’ve been in a collision, come to Harold’s Auto Body Ltd. for your certified collision repairs in Edmonton. When you choose us for repairs, you can expect nothing but dedicated quality service and the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to repair your vehicle. We make sure to repair your vehicle with the highest quality parts, products and materials available, following the Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEM’s) repair procedures and standards.
Also, as part of the Certified Collision Care program, our technicians are trained in regards to manufacturers’ guidelines and properly repair your vehicles to manufacturers’ standards. We are one of the few certified collision repair centres in Edmonton for Kia, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram, Nissan, Hyundai and Genesis vehicles.
We provide the following services to get your vehicle back to top condition:
When a vehicle is involved in a collision, the first step prior to the actual repair is the estimate. Our appraiser is continually trained regarding damage analysis. They also hold an Auto Body Journeyman Ticket – who better to assess your collision damage than someone who has worked on them himself.
The damage is identified, and OEM repair procedures are researched and documented to ensure a proper repair. Parts are outsourced – OEM parts are our preference for fit and quality. Once the fully documented estimate is completed, our team of experienced collision repair experts is ready to start the repair process to bring your vehicle back to pre-accident condition. Remember it’s your choice where your vehicle is repaired not your insurance company’s.
Before we repair any vehicle, we will do a pre-repair scan of it. This is a health check of your vehicle and provides us with any diagnostic trouble codes that could indicate pre-accident and/or accident-related damage to the vehicle’s computerized safety and convenience systems. This essential step identifies issues with the vehicle that could be missed without this procedure.
Post-repair scans are done on all vehicles, and that ensures all the systems on your vehicle are in proper working order prior to delivery. Failure to perform a post-repair scan significantly increases the risk that your vehicle may be returned with malfunctioning or inoperable safety and convenience systems. A post-repair diagnostic scan is the single best way to ensure that your vehicle is returned to pre-accident condition.
What to Do after an Accident?
At Harold’s Auto Body Ltd., we assess and analyze the extent of damages, and provide you with an estimate for repairs. We coordinate with you every step of the way with your insurance claim. An accident is a stressful and unfortunate event. We understand your mental state and help you have all the information at hand to make a reasonable decision regarding your insurance claims and your vehicle's repair.
What Does OEM Mean? How Is It Different from Genuine and Aftermarket Parts?
The parts at the source where your vehicle came from are genuine parts, they are branded by your manufacturer. OEM parts are provided by the manufacturer of your vehicle. Aftermarket parts are the third-party manufactured equivalent of factory supplier parts. OEM parts are what we prefer for ensuring the best quality repairs.
What Are Deductibles?
A deductible is the amount of money that you are responsible to pay in the event that you file a claim. The insurance company will cover the balance of the damages above your deductible. Deductible amounts vary based on the auto policy you purchase.
What If I Find Additional Damages after the Initial Assessment?
At Harold’s Auto Body Ltd., we take pride in the impeccable work that we do and try our best to give you an accurate assessment. However damages that are not visible at the time of the initial assessment will be addressed during the tear down of your vehicle. In the unfortunate event of that happening, we will notify you and contact the insurance company for authorization to pay any supplemental damages.
Will My Paint Be the Same?
Guaranteed. We utilize a sophisticated method for paint matching and mixing, which guarantees that every vehicle gets an original finish. Your manufacturers assign a paint code to your vehicle identification number (VIN). We maintain a directory of the same and ensure that our technicians blend the colours as they are on your vehicle.