Body Shop Wylie
If your repair work involves filing an insurance claim, we'll help you handle all of the details. We work with every major insurance company, coordinating the complete repair. We even provide you with a detailed repair plan specific to your vehicle.
In those instances when you are paying for the repairs yourself, we are conscious that cost is a big factor. Our experts review your initial repair plan and recommend options that will save you money in the long run, all the while ensuring no sacrifice is made with regards to structure or safety of the repair.
We realize that cost is a big factor when you make vehicle repair decisions. To make sure you get the services you need, Maaco located at 12 Regency Drive, offers three price levels for replacement parts. The least expensive option is Recycled parts. These components come from vehicles that are no longer driveable but are still safe and functioning.
The next level is Aftermarket parts. These parts are brand new, but may not necessarily come from your vehicle's manufacturer. The best and most costly option id OEM. These parts are more expensive but come from the original manufacturer of your vehicle and provide the best match. If you do need a replacement part, consider these three options.
Turning the car you drive into the car you love is sometimes as simple as a little touch up. So when your car needs only one or two panels painted, spot painting can often be the best and most cost effective way to go.
We'll target the areas needing repair and make sure adjacent panels are chemically cleaned and block sanded to give a precise and flawless surface for painting. We then use a multiple masking process to ensure an accurate "blending" of the new and old car paint so that the transformation is flawless.
Removal vs. Mask
Maaco of Wylie's commitment to providing you with a perfect repair job means we won't let dust, lint or dirt ruin your new paint job. To complete our spot painting process, we perform our standard finishing work. This includes sanding, buffing and polishing way these small imperfections.
This begins with wet sanding, spread evenly over the area and then smoothed out. We'll then carefully buff the area with a liquid compound. The final step is polishing, which is critical in restoring the shine to your paint and clear coat.
Our finishing process will truly complete the spot painting process and provide you with a flawless end product.