Earhart's Collision Repair in Wenatchee specializes in major and minor auto body work and collision repairs, as well as erasing hail damage, scratches, dings, or any other imperfections spoiling your vehicle’s visage. Our auto body shop is designed to return your car to pre-accident condition and safety, and our technicians have access to the latest equipment and tools in the collision repair industry. Check out all we offer, and stop in for a free estimate today!
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At Earhart's Collision Repair, we do it all where automotive paint, body work, and restorations are concerned. Our technicians repair major collision damage, along with small door dents and dings, and hail damage. We’re also award-winning auto paint specialists, so come to us for custom paint to add extra personality to any vehicle. If your car or truck is in need of any polish or pizzazz, Earhart’s Collision Repair can give it the look and feel you desire.
Our auto body techs can absolutely handle all the collision repairs you may need after a car accident. While some dealerships may have an auto body repair facility, they primarily sell cars. On the other hand, we specialize in auto body and collision work. Our technicians undergo constant training on every aspect of auto body construction, so you can be certain your vehicle will be repaired correctly and completely.
An accident will distort the shape of a car, so we start by taking the vehicle apart and getting its chassis back to original specifications. A correctly done collision repair will return a vehicle to the same specifications in look and safety as when it was originally built.
Once we determine the extent of accident damage, we will replace any and all parts necessary to fix your car completely. Because our foremost concern is your safety, we don’t use low quality, aftermarket parts, but only parts that pass all factory standards. We’ll also replace any rusted parts on your vehicle.
Your vehicle’s paint is what prevents it from deteriorating and rusting, and when it’s polished and shiny, it’s also what makes it look great! While the goals of auto paint are broadly the same, there are many types of paints and many ways to apply them, not to mention custom work and paint designs.
Some people think that once you purchase a new panel for a vehicle, it’s ready to paint. However, that’s not generally the case. Many panels have to be straightened, gaps have to be filled, and this can be a time consuming process. But it’s necessary for a beautiful looking vehicle. Then, any compromised paint has to be removed with sanding and any filling must be sanded until the body of the car is totally smooth.
The paint process, itself, is also a multistep procedure. Many layers have to be applied to the vehicle to make the paint last a long time and look just like new. Here are some of the paint layers we apply to all vehicles we restore: