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Why are so Many Cars Painted Such Boring Colors?

Monday, March 26th, 2018

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Beige…white…silver…you probably see a lot of these car colors on the road every single day. It seems a majority of cars these days feature these neutral, if somewhat boring, shades. In fact, white has been the most popular car color for the past eight years, according to MarketWatch.

It hasn’t always been that way. Twenty-four years ago when millions of people sat glued to their TVs to watch the OJ Simpson chase, that white Ford Bronco stuck out like a sore thumb – something that wouldn’t have happened today. That’s because back in the 1990s, the most popular car color was teal, followed by red. Experts say this bold color choice was attributable to Apple’s influence with its introduction of the bold colors for computers. Remember the iMac??

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That trend switched to silver once 2000 rolled around, likely representing the emerging popularity of the tech world. If you doubt this, think about the surge in stainless steel appliances that happened at the same time. As the 2000s wore on, white made its way onto the scene as a popular car color due in part to another influence of Apple: the neutral iPhone colors. In fact, white has been the most popular car color for nearly a decade.

Safety

White cars may not be flashy, they have been found to be safer than black ones. Studies show that black cars have a 12% higher crash risk as compared with white cars during the daylight hours, followed closely by gray and silver. During dawn and dusk, black vehicles had a 47% higher accident risk than white.

Comfort

White cars are more comfortable in the summer, as opposed to darker cars that tend to absorb sunlight more readily and therefore get much hotter in warm weather. You’ll notice an uptick in white cars in warm locales like Florida and Texas for this reason.

Maintenance

You may assume white or light colored cars would be hard to keep looking clean. But the truth is, dark or bright color cars tend to show water spots and dirt more readily than white or beige.

Value

White and beige cars don’t depreciate in value as quickly as bolder colored cars. In addition, consumers are less likely to tire of white or beige than a more trendy color like orange or red. And because there’s such a consistent high demand for neutral colors, this makes it easier to sell your car later at a higher price. Stands to reason, then, that white cars are the most popular within used car listings.

Gender

Males tend to have a bigger preference for white cars over females, with white pickups being the most popular in the truck category for men. Women shy away from flashy colors but rather than white they tend to go for silver and brown. For men who like flashy colors, they gravitate to red and orange.

So, it seems the car manufacturers have done their research! So the next time you think to yourself…why are there so many boring car colors around? These are all reasons why!

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas TX

Regardless of your car color, we can help you refresh your paint job after a collision. Open Mon–Thur: 7:30am – 5:30pm and Friday: 7:30am – 5pm, Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas invites you to schedule an appointment for auto body repair or service.Contact us at 214-666-5291 or stop by at 4829 McKinney Avenue in Dallas.

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Does Auto Detailing Boost Your Car’s Value?

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

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Ever notice how spotless your car is when you pick it up from the collision repair shop? The dashboard shines, the upholstery is free of goldfish crackers and crumbs, and you can see your reflection in the exterior paint job. Why can’t you do a good like that out in your driveway? Well, when you hire technicians skilled in professional detailing, they have access to the experience, skill, tools and equipment that allow them to do a superior job. In fact, attention to detail is practically a job requirement. While you may realize how much of a value this service is for your own sanity and pride in your vehicle, you may wonder: does auto detailing increase the value of the car? Let’s take a look at the three main types of detailing and determine how they contribute to value.

Exterior

With the purpose of restoring and protecting your paint job, exterior detailing can further protect your car’s finish from the harsh effects of weather and the sun’s UV rays. Both of these things can cause your paint to fade and look dull over time. Add scratches, rust and dings, and, well, you know what the end result is. Plus, the surfaces of your wheels can get caked with grime — unsightly to say the least. When taken as a whole, these things can certainly lower the vehicle’s resale value. To prevent that from happening, here’s what you can do:

  • Wash and scrub the exterior, including wheels, with a brush
  • Dry the car using a soft microfiber cloth
  • Gently polish scratches and swirls
  • Wax the paint with a carnauba-based product
  • Thoroughly clean the vehicle and follow up with a protective polish to any areas of rubber

Interior

The interior of your car takes a lot of abuse. From carpeting and upholstery to trim and mats, they get a lot of wear and tear from heavy use, food and drink spills, cigarette smoke, dirt, and pets. The same UV rays that can fade your exterior can also damage your upholstery, trim and dashboard. Your professional detailer uses special cleaning and sanitizing products on your leather, fabric and carpet. Expect your professional to vacuum and shampoo all surfaces, followed by products designed to protect the seats, carpet and trim. For leather, they’ll scrub the material and apply conditioners. Not only will this give your car a deep clean from the inside out, it will freshen it up as well, eliminating any lingering odors.

Engines

clean motor is key to a properly running vehicle. It gives you peace of mind as the driver, plus it looks good for potential buyers. Perhaps you’ve noticed a squeaky clean engine after getting auto body repairs done, especially for front-end collisions. This is the result of a professionally-detailed engine that boosts your confidence in the repair. Clean engines operate better and mechanics find it easier to work on them when they’re clean too, so they can determine issues more readily. Professional detailers will:

  • Use a light mist to get off any loose dirt
  • Wipe down the engine components with a commercial de-greaser, followed by a rinse
  • Dry the engine, then apply protective compounds to all rubber, silicone and plastic parts so they won’t crack

A clean engine compartment adds value to your car because it’s more aesthetically pleasing to a potential buyer or when contemplating a trade-in at the dealer.

As a result of all of the above, annual professional detailing can increase the market value of your vehicle by up to 15 percent, depending on make, year and condition, says Carwise.
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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

If you need collision or body work done, or just a good detailing, schedule an appointment at Hance’s today. Just contact us at 214-666-5291 for a free estimate.

What to do When Your Car is Faded

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

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Protecting your skin from harmful UV rays at the beach is a given for us humans. But those same UV rays can also damage your car, causing it to fade over time. You likely don’t think about your car’s paint job until it starts to get noticeably lighter. This is due to the oxidization from the UV rays of the sun. On top of that, extreme weather due to snow, hail, high winds and rain can all have an impact on the hue of your car — not to mention the critters that can really do a number on your paint job.

Here are some tips on keeping your car’s paint job looking new year after year:

Come up with a washing schedule: Prevention is key here, so the best way to protect your car from the sun and environmental damage is to keep up with a consistent washing schedule. Praying for a rain storm isn’t going to help. You need a good clean that can protect your top coat from existing and future damage. Top coat is like sunscreen for your car, and keeping it as clean as possible is like giving it SPF 50 protection. However, that top coat is also the most vulnerable to sand, salt, snow and acid rain.

Restore the paint job: Once fading begins, you may think it’s too late to be saved. Not true. You will have to break out the elbow grease but restoration of your paint job is absolutely possible. First, you’ll need to thoroughly wash and dry your car, then use a clay bar to remove the junk that’s contributing to the dullness factor. Clay is designed to “fix” a contaminated surface — one that is plagued with tiny bumps in the paint that can detract from its smoothness. All that embedded debris can cause small imperfections in your finish that the clay bar can pick up and remove, says Dr. Beasley’s. Doing this will provide a prime surface featuring a tighter seal to the wax making sure it looks better and lasts longer.

Polish after claying: The clay bar is great, but it’s no substitute for polishing your car. Do this in a shady area, out of direct sunlight. Make sure your car is cool to the touch and not hot. Work in small, concentrated areas and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Normally, you would use a foam applicator but once light oxidization and fading has occurred, it’s best to use a microfiber applicator pad for car polish application.

Wax your car regularly: If a clean top coat adds an extra layer of protection for your car, adding wax gives you yet another protective layer that prevents dirt from harming your car. Not only does it make your paint job look beautiful and shiny, it can give you a whole new level of SPF protection that can complement the efforts of your washing schedule.You have four types of wax products to selection from: liquid, paste, spray and wipe-on, wipe-off. The paste and liquid formulas seem to work the best when restoring faded or oxidized car paint. Ideally, you should wax before the winter, then keep up with maintenance every two to three months.

Take it to the pros: If all of the above methods don’t work and your car’s finish is too badly faded, oxidized or damaged, you may need a complete paint job. Whether as part of collision repair or a simple desire to get your paint job restored, professionals have the right equipment, tools and paint to bring that luster and sheen to your car that you miss so much.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center

Located conveniently on McKinney Avenue in Dallas, TX, Hance’s Uptown Collision Center is your first choice for paint restoration, collision repair and auto body work. Contact us at 214-666-5291 to schedule an appointment today.

Creative Custom Auto Body Painting Ideas

Monday, January 8th, 2018

Customizing your vehicle is a great way to stand out from all the others out there. There are many reasons why people opt for custom auto body painting, from the need for self-expression to instant recognition between vehicles. If you’ve been thinking of immortalizing your car with some fancy designs, it’s time to get creative with these custom auto body painting ideas. First, you’ll need to sketch out the design you’re looking for, or provide a rendering of it to your custom auto body painting specialist. Or, you may decide to work with an artist to make sure the design comes out as professional as possible.

Landscape designs: If you have a favorite view, such as that mountain you climbed last year or that beach front walk you’ve always wanted to navigate, choose scenery that speaks to you. From snow-capped mountains to tranquil lakes, there’s a never-ending supply of inspiration in nature.

Artist tribute designs: If you have a favorite musical artist or actor whom you admire, this is a great way to show that admiration in lasting form. From one large mural to a collage of different images, you can incorporate your montage on your hood, the side of your vehicle or anywhere else that fits.

Theme art: This is where you can really get creative with color and design. From flames and skulls to guns and animals, theme art makes for some really great artistic expression. Whether you love a certain cartoon character, TV show, movie, logo, vampires, mythical creatures or animals, your car can become your palette. You may even consider replacing the manufacturer’s logo with a Transformer logo!

Images of loved ones: You see this all the time. People pay tribute to a lost hero or loved one who is no longer living. Others pay tribute to a very special person in their life that is still among the living. Many people choose to put images of their children on their vehicles, accompanied by their name and birth date. Many people also pay tribute to a family member who is in the service, featuring a military theme.

Paintings and drawings: If you have artwork in your home or even something you’ve seen in a museum that speaks to you, why not incorporate it into a custom painting for your car? Whether you choose landscape paintings, classics or abstracts, you can place a masterful interpretation of it onto your vehicle.

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In all of these designs and themes, the key factor is choosing a custom auto body painting specialist with extensive experience in this industry. Any specialist you choose should be able to work with you one on one, sketching out the design until it’s exactly what you want. Of course, you don’t always have to have an intricate design painted on your vehicle. You may just need a paint refresh, or perhaps you have a damaged door or hood that needs replacing and color matching. For expert auto body repair, turn to the experts at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center.

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center

For comprehensive auto body repair in Dallascontact us at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center at 214-666-5291. We have many convenient appointment slots for you to choose from when it comes to repairing your auto body or any other services we offer.

Autumn Tune-Ups to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Monday, October 2nd, 2017


September 22nd marked the official start of fall. We all know what that means! While you may welcome the cooler temps of autumn, a nice break from the dog days of summer, your car may not make the transition quite as well. That’s why you need to perform some basic tuneups as the months get progressively cooler. Here are some tips to keep in mind.

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  • Get your battery tested. Many local shops will do this for free. It pays to call and ask. Cooler weather tends to drain the battery more readily. If it’s not holding enough charge, it might be time to replace it.
  • Check your tire tread. If they look worn, it’s time to consider replacing them. Check the tire pressure while you’re at it. The air pressure in your tire can decrease one to two pounds for every 10 degrees of temperature change.
  • Check your brakes. Not only can driving on worn pads decrease stopping power, it can also damage brake rotors as well, says Be Car Care Aware.
  • Add winter-formulated windshield washer fluid, as regular washer fluids will freeze if the temperature dips too low.
  • Make sure you have a road emergency kit. While snow storms in Dallas are rare, they can catch anyone off guard. Keep a spare tire, flashlight, small tool kit, extra batteries, ice scraper, de-icer and brush in the trunk. A first aid kit is a good idea any day of the year, so stock one with bandages, ointment, and the like.
  • Replace your floor mats. All that dirt and sand from the summer ends up pooling on your door mats, making for an unsightly appearance. Sweep them out or invest in new ones, Don’t forget to give your car a good vacuuming too, as that dirt and sand can get ground in pretty deep.
  • Replace the wiper blades. Wear and tear on your wipers will increase this winter with the possibility of ice and maybe even some snow. Take a good look at your wipers and pick up some new ones if they look worn.
  • Get an oil and filter change. Because oil feeds your engine, you need a good supply to start off the autumn. When the colder weather hits, remember it will cause your car’s oil to become more thick and viscous, straining your engine when you turn it on.
  • Take a look at your coolant levels. Well maintained levels can keep your engine performing at top capacity. Try a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and water to keep the motor going strong.
  • Keep up with regular tune-ups and service appointments. Make sure you have enough gas in your car at all times, as you can improve your gas mileage with a properly tuned car by about four percent. Likewise, stay on top of preventive maintenance visits, too, to ensure a longer life span for your vehicle.
  • Check the HVAC system. Make sure both heater and cooler are working properly. These elements are key to maintaining comfort while driving as well as safety due to systems like the defroster.


Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

Come by and see us on McKinney Ave in Dallas today for your autumn tuneup. Contact us for your appointment at 214-666-5291. We are open every weekday, closed 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch.

Tune Up Your Car Before Traveling This Holiday Season

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

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Nearly 47 million people will be traveling 50 or more miles from home this holiday season, according to Auto Trader, with nearly a quarter (22%) traveling almost 100 miles in their cars. That’s a lot of cars on the road, and you’ll be jockeying for position with them if you’re planning on doing some holiday travel as well. The key to a successful road trip for the holidays is a well-oiled machine — specifically, your vehicle. Don’t wait till the last minute to hop in the car and take off. Prepare well ahead of time by getting a tuneup on your car, making sure the oil is topped off, getting problem areas fixed with auto body repair and filling it up with premium gas.

Tips for Prepping Your Car

Before setting out, heed these helpful tips so as to reduce the chances of breakdowns and accidents while on the roadways:

  • Take a look at your tire pressure and fill tires with air if low. Add oil and coolant if necessary and take your car through the car wash.
  • Re-set your mileage so you can track exactly how many miles you’ll be traveling.
  • Set your GPS system to the destination ahead of time so you’re not hurrying to do that when you have all the kids loaded up in the car.
  • Turn on all driver assistance systems, such as Blind Spot Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
  • Check the forecast to ensure you won’t be hitting any weather snafus. Just because it’s calm and clear at home doesn’t mean it isn’t stormy somewhere along the way.
  • Visit the Federal Highway Administration’s website for national traffic and road closure notifications.
  • Heading to a cold or snowy locale? Pack the car with ice scrapers, ice melt, hand warmers, flares, cables and blankets. Keep a cell phone charger in your glove compartment at all times as well.

A couple of weeks before, get anything repaired on your vehicle that you’ve been meaning to address. This includes broken headlights or taillights and even auto body repair from that accident you got into a few months back. Having a well-functioning car that looks good will help make your trip a more enjoyable one.

Staying safe this holiday season means doing all of the above but also obeying the rules of the road and ensuring everyone in the car is wearing their seatbelts. Reducing the risk of accidents and break downs is important as you navigate to your destination. Traffic is an inevitable factor you’ll have to deal with, so keep a safe distance behind the car in front of you and drive defensively. If you do get into a fender bender, you can rely on Hance’s Uptown Collision Center to fix the damage when you return. 

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center

Located conveniently on McKinney Avenue in Dallas, TX, Hance’s Uptown Collision Center is your first choice for superior collision repair and auto body work. Contact us at 214-666-5291 to schedule an appointment for auto body repair, collision repair or paintless dent repair. Our hours are Mon–Thur: 7:30am – 5:30pm and Friday: 7:30am – 5:00pm. Check out our website regularly for money-saving coupons, specials and much more. On behalf of Hance’s Uptown Collision Center, we wish you a happy and SAFE holiday season!

Is Paintless Dent Repair Right for You?

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Getting in an accident is no picnic. Provided you and everyone involved are OK following an incident like this — whether a fender bender or something more serious — you may turn your sights to the frustration of getting your vehicle fixed. You may have heard about paintless dent repair as an alternative to full-on body work. Yes, it takes less time than auto body repair and can be more convenient, but is it right for your situation? It may turn out that Hance’s Uptown Collision Center auto body repair service is a better choice for you.

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When is PDR a Viable Choice?

There are times in which paintless dent repair is a good choice, but it all depends on the type of accident you have been in. PDR is reserved for less serious accidents featuring small dings that are easy to bang out. Think: shopping carts at the grocery store, small fender benders, baseballs to the roof, etc. Paintless dent repair is generally a more affordable and speedy form of dent repair — one that doesn’t affect the paint job done at the factory. As a less intrusive process for dent repair designed, it’s best for small to medium repair needs. Using state-of-the-art technologies, your trusted Hance mechanic repairs dents by getting under the “skin” of the vehicle to gently coax dented panels back into position. This is done without damaging or scratching the panels at all. Because this approach does not involve painting, the price tag is lower than traditional dent repair work.

If your car has been affected by the following, PDR may be a good option for you:

  • Minor Hail damage
  • Door dings
  • Minor body creases
  • Small dents
  • Bumper indentations

However, this option isn’t always possible when it comes to larger, more serious dents. When you’ve been in a bigger accident with damage not only to the paneling but the paint job as well, it becomes necessary to repair dents and then color match and paint the vehicle. New panels may have to be ordered if the dent is large, scraped or gouged. It takes a trained eye to get the color just right and blend it in seamlessly. This takes vast knowledge of the specific brand and model of car as well.

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When is Auto Body Repair Work a Better Choice?

While you may be hoping for paintless dent repair to remedy your situation because it generally takes less time, this isn’t always possible. In the case of auto body repair, the wait for your vehicle to be finished  is well worth it because you are essentially getting a new portion of your car. Panels are ordered from the manufacturer and paint has to be artfully applied to blend the two so it never looks as though you were in an accident. That’s where our technicians come in — who are more like artists than anything else!

Auto body repair is a better choice if the metal of your vehicle has been severely stretched, dented, gouged or creased and the paint is cracked.  With PDR, you simply can’t get scratches out or repair paint damage. In addition, cars that were made prior to 1990 are not great candidates for PDR, as the paint featured on those vehicles isn’t as resilient and flexible as the paint you see on newer cars. As an aside: after the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990, paint-makers began adding water-borne paints to their product lineups in response to clean-air initiatives to cut volatile organic compound emissions, according to Cars.com.

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas

To find out why auto body repair may benefit you, please contact us at 214-666-5291. We are conveniently located on McKinney Avenue!

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Importance of Developing Lasting Relationships with Customers

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Mays Family DallasPeople want to do business with other people — not companies. That’s why it’s so important for any company to build and cultivate relationships with their customers from day one. Here at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center, we know we wouldn’t be where we are today without our customers. You’ll always find our technicians helpful and customer service reps friendly. We want to get to know you and your car so that you feel good about giving us your business whenever you need to. You’ll know the work will get done quickly, and it will get done right.

We thought we would talk about the importance of nurturing lasting relationships with our customers as part of this week’s blog post.

Communication

There’s no such thing as over-communicating, says Forbes, which is why this is a key part of keeping clients informed through regular communications and updates. Through appointment reminders, specials and deals, and issues you need to know about, we make it a top priority to keep you informed. You have things to do, you’re busy and you want to get back on the road. We don’t keep you in the dark.

Being a Helpful Resource

Adding value to a customer’s experience is key. Providing value, convenience and information sharing draws customers in and helps them trust you. The key to the above heading is “helpful” — giving customers irrelevant information that poses no benefit to them is just a waste of time. Bothering you with information you don’t need just isn’t our style.

Honesty

Crooked auto body repair shops have become somewhat of an old cliche. The whole reason people bring their cars to a shop is because they don’t know how to fix them on their own. Many body shops know that and capitalize on it — especially when they see very young or very old people coming. Honesty is a big part of what we’re about here at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center. We believe it’s the responsibility of a company to be forthright in their dealings with customers in order to foster trust. Anyone can take a customer for a ride, overcharge them for sub-par service and low-quality parts. But they won’t get too far operating like that because word of mouth is a huge swaying factor in where people bring their cars for auto body repair service.

Meeting Deadlines

Just like in the corporate world, meeting deadlines is critical in adding value to your work. Being without a car is a big inconvenience for customers, and we recognize that. You need your vehicle to bring the kids to school, get to work, hit the market — just living life. Barring an unforeseen circumstance, when we give you a turn-around time, we follow through. Your word is your bond, points out Forbes, so by committing to a deadline, you reassure the client that your service will be done in time. Relieve your customers of worry, and they will come back again and again to schedule estimate.

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Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas, TX

Here at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center, our priority is the relationships we develop with our clients, conducting our business the same way we live our lives: with honesty, integrity and fairness. Backed by more than 60 years of experience, we offer the best insurance-based collision repair and auto body repair in Dallas, TX at competitive prices. Contact us today at 214-666-5291.

You Got in a Car Accident…Now What?

Thursday, March 24th, 2016

You were driving along innocently enough when all of a sudden, you’re blindsided by a driver who didn’t see the stop sign. Fortunately, everyone’s OK, but now you have a cracked-up car that needs collision repair service — pronto. What do you do now? Here are a few steps to take after you are involved in a car accident. After dealing with the immediate aftermath of the accident, the first step is to schedule an appointment with Hance’s Uptown Collision Center.

Next you should get in touch with your insurance company to see if you have “uninsured motorist” coverage in the event that you get in an accident with someone who does not have insurance. If so, you can get compensation from the driver to recover any losses, says CNN.com.

Now, onto the collision repair process…

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Drop off Your Vehicle

Once you drop off the vehicle at Hance’s, you’ll be required to fill out a drop-off agreement form, listing your contact information and insurance information which will allow us to starting working on the car. Don’t have an alternative mode of transportation? Let us arrange for a rental car for you during this difficult transition. Just so you’re aware: small repairs typically take between three and five days while more complicated jobs can take a week or even up to a month. When we give you an estimate, we’ll let you know of the time frame.

Verification

Next we will verify your car’s VIN, mileage, and license plate number, then shoot a video recording of the vehicle while noting the damage. Please notify us of any pre-existing dents, dings, and scratches so we don’t include those in our estimate.

Assess the Damage

After we have all the necessary information, we put it into our state of the art management software that allows our techs to assess the damage and review the insurance company estimate. Our goal is to provide affordable parts replacement so you don’t have to pay any more than you have to, all the while considering the amount your insurance company has agreed to pay along with “supplement” of needs.

Painting

Hance's Collision Repair in DallasThis is the fun part. Rest assured your car won’t spend more than a day or two in this painting and refinishing phase. For small jobs, it takes just a half day. Attention to detail and precision are both the name of the game here.

Reassembly

Putting all the parts back together again so they work efficiently and correctly is a big part of collision repair, and not something our technicians take lightly.

Cleaning Up

Quality control is the last phase of the collision repair process. This occurs at the completion of all repairs, painting and reassembly. Technicians give the car a once-over, test it out and make any adjustments if needed. It’s at this time that you’ll receive a call to come pick up your vehicle. You return the rental car, get your car back, and get on with life!

Contact Hance’s Uptown Collision Center in Dallas, TX

For the most comprehensive auto body repair in Dallas, contact us at Hance’s Uptown Collision Center at 214-666-5291. We have many convenient appointment slots for you to choose from. Come to us for anything from collision repair and painting to window replacement and detailing. We’ll have you in and out in no time.

Hance’s Paint and Body Shop Dallas TX: Getting Your Hail Damage Fixed

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

paint and body shop Dallas TXWith all the recent storms in Dallas, TX there were a lot of people who suffered from hail damage to their cars.  Hance’s is your paint and body shop Dallas TX for fixing your car.  We can get your car back to pre-loss condition quickly and get you back on the road faster.  We have the time and attention to give your car what it needs to get it back to what you had.  Whether you just need dents removed or paint applied, we can do it all.  Call us today or stop by and we can get started on your car.

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