Your car’s bumper is usually the first part of your vehicle to absorb contact in a collision. That’s why providing appropriate, safe bumper repair is crucial to making your car safe for your and your family again.
At Crouse Body Shop, we perform the best repair for both bumps and make sure they don’t show signs of dents, scrapes, or scratches.
Whether your bumper needs to be repaired or replaced, our collision repair technicians are trained to precisely repair your vehicle’s bumpers to get them looking like new again.
Beyond Bumper Repair
As part of repairing your vehicle’s damaged bumpers, we conduct a thorough inspection to make sure there isn’t more significant damage hiding behind your bumper. If additional repairs are necessary, we’ll inform you every step of the way.
Common Vehicle Areas That Could Be Harmed When Your Bumper Is Damaged
- Trim – this can be a part of your bumper that may need to be removed or replaced as part of your bumper repair.
- Lights – turn signals and fog lights can all be wired into your vehicle’s bumper and potentially be damaged during a collision.
- Airbag Sensors – many vehicles have sensors to deploy airbags in a collision built into the bumper.
- Warning Systems – in newer vehicles, cameras, backup sensors, and lane-change warning sensors can be wired into your bumper.
Bumper Repair Or Replacement?
When your car’s bumper has been damaged, it could need to be completely replaced. Our certified auto repair technicians are trained to inspect your entire bumper and recommend the best repair for you.
Small cracks in your bumper can have lasting consequences for your car’s safety. For example, if one of the hooks located in your front or rear bumper are damaged, we will likely need to replace it completely. However, minor damage like a scratch or small dent can usually be repaired.
Your car’s bumpers are designed to disperse damage in an impact and keep you safe on the road. Don’t put off a repair if you notice damage to this essential part of your car!