Every single step during the collision repair process is just as important as the last or the next, and our staff are the ones who are responsible for each and every result.
We take a lot of pride in our work, and also the condition of our facility, we are constantly evolving in order to keep up with new manufacturer certifications, and repair procedures!
Basically, slowing down a little bit to make sure our loyal clientele has the opportunity to see what is happening in and around the shop every now and then.
I’m planning on dropping a monthly “Around The Shop” post because it isn’t often our client gets the opportunity to see the back end of the big show.
To successfully provide this service we have placed a focus on equipment.
It is an honor to show the public why we have adopted the hashtags #CLAB & #Not Your Average Body Shop.We have two great mechanical techs on staff with two more techs on the horizon.One of the current techs is Eric O’Sullivan, a motor sports enthusiast and a professional drift driver.With so many things going on around the shop at all times it seems as if we never really get a chance to get caught up.That being said I have created my own personal new years resolution and that’s to begin to spend more time spreading the news, and sharing more information through the County Line Auto Body blog.
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During the month of September, County Line was featured in a leading collision industry magazine, Fender Bender.