Bumper repairs are critical for protecting vehicles as they absorb the impact of a collision. If you have been in a minor accident and continue to drive without fixing your bumper, your next collision may prove fatal.
The bumper shock absorber is often the first protective shield in a head-on or rear-end collision so it is vital to repair. While the front plastic bumper cover is designed to provide aesthetic appeal, the bumper absorber located behind the cover provides structural integrity.
If you have a chrome or metal bumper, there is often more work involved to restore the bumper to its pre-accident condition. Our technicians will reinforce the area that needs repairing, apply the filler and paint to restore the cosmetic appeal.
We also offer a new bumper replacement service which in most cases will cost less than the excess of an insurance claim.
How much does a bumper repair cost?
Bumper repairs are very common and are easily fixed. Repair costs start from $300 and can be in excess of $1,000 depending on the make and model.