At Owings Mills Collision Center, we’re fully equipped to properly repair aluminum body vehicles. Not all collision facilities have aluminum-specific equipment, or an aluminum dedicated area. When tools used for steel repairs are used on aluminum, this can corrode your vehicle’s aluminum structure. As a BMW Certified Collision Repair Center, you know your car is in the best hands.
BMW-Certified Trained Aluminum Repair Center
BMW Certified Aluminum Repair
Aluminum is increasingly being used in vehicles as the need for lighter weight materials drives auto design. Aluminum repair requires auto body shops to have specialized training and equipment. Repairing aluminum is more labor intensive than steel and different aluminum alloys have their own repair requirements.
Aluminum repairs also require a clean room as steel shavings can corrode aluminum if they touch. This requires extensive training in aluminum repair that is continually updated as manufacturers advance their designs. Owings Mills Collision Center is committed to staying up to date with aluminum advancements, ready to repair your aluminum body vehicle correctly.
To ensure a vehicle that you know will be safe when you’re back on the road, we will always recommend the use of OEM parts. An OEM part is the exact same part as the one being replaced. This ensures the structural components and digital sensors in your vehicle will work as they should.
To achieve our BMW Certified Collision Repair Center status, our technicians have undergone more than 120 hours of training. We are committed to continuing education, keeping current on the latest vehicle releases and experts in the latest automotive repair techniques.
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