Valley Collision Repair, Inc was founded by Pat McMullen in September of 1999. The facility is the premier auto body repair facility in the Shenandoah Valley. It is conveniently located off 81 on Route 11. This auto body facility has maintained a reputation for honesty, hard work, and quality customer service. Valley Collision repairs all makes and models of cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs!
Your satisfaction is our is our NUMBER ONE priority! Therefore, our highly trained master technicians (19 year I-Car Gold Class Certified) will perform the job correctly the first time.
Please call or stop by to learn more about the ultimate auto body experience!
8 Things You Must Know
Below are eight things you must know before having your vehicle repaired:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, car ownership and maintenance typically accounts for 15% of a household’s budget. Since a vehicle is such a large investment, it is crucial that your car is repaired by professionals.
Do not operate a vehicle if you are unsure of whether it is safe to drive. Hidden damage could put you at risk and increase the likelihood of further damage.
Depending on your insurance company, some may request that you take your vehicle to a drive-in claims center. If you wish to, this is most certainly an option. However, you can also take your vehicle to our shop and request that the insurance company inspect the car at our facility.
By law, it is not required that you get more than one estimate.
You are entitled to go to the collision shop of your choice. Your insurance company cannot force you to have your vehicle repaired at one place versus another.
Price differences on estimates are not abnormal. Just because an estimate has a lower quoted price does not mean that it will cover everything needed to satisfactorily complete the repair. If you are ever in doubt and have a question, simply call us and we will be glad to assist you.
Make sure that the body shop you choose has unibody repair equipment and certified ASE and I-Car Platinum technicians.
Choose an experienced shop that you trust to help you negotiate your claim with the insurance company.
Better yet, see us in person!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.