WILMA'S COLLISION REPAIR
Here at Brooks Body Shop, we are taking the COVID-19 situation seriously and are taking strides to maintain a clean and disinfected work space.
With that said, as an essential business we will be remaining open until further notice to meet the needs of our customers vehicle collision repairs.
WILMAS COLLISION REPAIR
Our mission here at Wilma's Collision Repair is to provide the highest quality work on your vehicle. We are part of the AAA Direct Repair Network with A.S.E Certified Techs and PPG Certified Painters. We utilize out Chief Laser Measuring system, multiple frame racks, and more to verify we offer you the best repairs.
At Wilma's Collision Repair, we value customer accessibility. We use both CCC One and Mitchell Estimating systems to ensure we can work with all Insurance Companies. In addition, we have office staff fluent in both English and Spanish as well as handicap parking available.
We offer a variety of specialties and services to make sure your repairs are done right.
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