Arizona Collision Center Offers Professional Auto Detailing And Repair Services In Phoenix, AZ

September 30, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Tempe, Arizona based Arizona Collision Center (ACC) is pleased to inform their community that they are a full-service independent body shop that offers local residents a full range of professional auto services, including collision repair, auto detailing, paint jobs, and more. The company also points out that they repair all types of vehicles and are currently servicing Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, and Scottsdale and the surrounding areas.

As noted on the company’s website, ACC is a privately-owned and locally-operated company who directly works with their clients, not for insurance companies. In fact, the company independently operates without any insurance partner to give their clients the assurance that they will not cut corners or forgo part of their service in order to maintain the budget given by the insurance company. “Our aim is to protect your investment and ensure that the repairs are done correctly instead of saving the insurance carrier money by giving them discounts so that we can be on their preferred list. We take pride in being an independent and family-run company that provides reliable and quality auto repair services to the local community,” says Rob Stringer, owner of ACC.

ACC offers a full range of auto services, including collision repairs, towing services, paintless dent repairs, pre-purchase inspection, post-repair inspection, and even insurance claims assistance, among others. ACC is distinctly familiar with all the worry people face after a car accident and the aggravation that comes with car repairs, which is why they provide free estimates to customers who seek their help. Stringer explains that their mission is to help reduce anxiety and provide a hassle-free service to their clients.

From paintless dent removal, bumper repair, car paint jobs, windshield replacement, and more, Stringer asserts that ACC is a leading Tempe body shop that employs some of the most experienced collision repair experts in the field. He also explains that they focus on fairness, efficiency, quality workmanship, and excellent support to ensure customer satisfaction. Furthermore, they have a large network of service providers who can assist their clients with injury assistance, medical treatments, and diminished value claims to recover the vehicle’s lost value after repairs are completed.

In addition, Stringer asserts that ACC is an industry expert when it comes to specialized customization jobs. “Work with us and we’ll ensure that your car will stand out from the rest. We can assist you with paint works and detailing as well as paint protection and vehicle wrapping. We also take pride in using leading products in the collision and refinishing industry, like the AkzoNobel Sikkens paint that allows us to offer a limited lifetime warranty following your auto collision repair,” says Stringer.

ACC is one of the most trusted and established full body shops in Tempe and the surrounding areas, with more than 20 years of experience in the auto repair industry. Many of their previous clients also attest to the company’s excellent customer service and quality workmanship. In fact, they have an average rating of 4.5/5.0 from over 100 customer reviews on the Google review platform. Consequently, ACC also has an average rating of 4.5/5.0 on Yelp.

One satisfied client, James Moss, says in their Google review, “I wouldn’t trust my truck with any other shop in town. They do things the right way, all the time. Not only do you get quality work, but Rob and his staff actually care about the customer. Their prices are great and their work is phenomenal. I would recommend this body shop to friends and family without a doubt.”

Meanwhile, Brock E., says in their Yelp review, “My wife ran her brand new van into a small retaining wall and she was devastated. I was headed down from Flagstaff so I got in touch with Rob and set up an appointment to have it looked at. Unfortunately, it was deeper than I thought, but they took it out back and gave it a buff and some touch-up paint. She will be a happy woman when I get it back up north. I highly recommend Rob and the team at Arizona Collision Center.”

More information can be found on the company’s website. Aside from providing a full range of car repair services, ACC also offers auto claims assistance Phoenix residents can avail themselves of. Furthermore, interested parties may connect with ACC through their official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about Arizona Collision Center, contact the company here:

Arizona Collision Center
Rob Stringer
4806683105
rob@arizonacollisioncenter.com
Arizona Collision Center
215 S Industrial Dr
Tempe, AZ 85281

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