Vehicle collision repair is complex. Doing it right requires years of experience, education and training. The average person would not be expected to know how to make the proper repairs – that’s why body shops exist. But you, as the vehicle owner, can and should ask some pertinent questions, and know what to expect for
There are about 35,000 body shops operating in the US. As one might expect, they are not all created equal. By many accounts, perhaps 10% to 15% are outstanding in the industry. AGC is one of those outstanding shops. For most people, next to their home, their car is their biggest investment. They depend on
A collision shop, or any company is known not just for the goods and services they provide, but how they interact with others within their industry, within the community they serve, and their stewardship of the environment they touch. AGC Collision is pleased to note their relationship with the following businesses and associations: Collision Industry
Many people believe that their collision-damaged vehicle will be repaired by a body shop with a replacement part provided by that car manufacturer – Ford, Honda, etc. Most are not aware that, similar to other industries, alternative products are available, and may not perform as well as the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) replacement part produced
For 70 years, AGC Collision has had one mission – to perform a complete and safe collision repair, and to return every customer’s car to pre-accident condition. Our goal is to exceed our customer’s expectations, not only with the repair, but also in the services we provide. We want to leave each one with the peace of mind of knowing that their car is once again safe to drive and will continue to provide years of service.