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Collision Repair

If you’ve been in a collision, you know it can be a stressful experience. At Frameworks Collision, LLC, we focus on getting our customers back on the road as efficiently and safely as possible. Our collision repair services are second to none, and we want you to know that every step of your process will be handled with care.

We help you with the insurance process from start to finish and take care of everything for you. Our experienced technicians use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques that allow us to complete most repairs in a short time. We offer estimates within 24 hours and guarantee our work.

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Dent Repair

Paintless dent repair is one of the fastest and most efficient ways to repair dents in your car. We can help you get your vehicle back to its pre-dent condition in a matter of hours without painting or replacing parts. Our technicians have years of experience and are highly trained in the art of paintless dent repair. They know how to assess the damage and make repairs quickly so that your car looks as good as new.

This technique is also a great option if you want to save time and money on auto bodywork. When you choose our service, we’ll assess the damage and determine the best course of action. The best part about this service is that it’s affordable! Our prices are competitive and we guarantee our work.

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Visit Our Full-Service Auto Body Repair Shop in Milford, OH

Make your vehicle look like new.

At Frameworks Collision, LLC, we’re a highly trusted and rated auto body repair shop with over 10 years of experience. We understand what it takes to restore your vehicle to its original state after an accident. That’s why our goal is to help make the process as easy for you as possible.

We’ll work with your insurance company to ensure that you get back on the road quickly and assure that you get the best possible outcome from your repairs. Our body repair shop has built our reputation on top-quality workmanship and the satisfaction of our customers. You can rely on our work and superior results.

Our attention to detail, quality workmanship, and extensive industry knowledge allow us to promptly return your vehicle to its pre-accident condition in no time. Stop by or call us for auto bodywork in Milford, OH.

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Let Us Help You Get Back on the Road With a Restored Car

With our satisfaction guarantee, you can feel confident that we’ll deliver the best service and results possible.

Get Your Car Back on the Road Quickly and Reliably

Why Choose Frameworks Collision, LLC?

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will provide you with the best possible service. We understand how important your vehicle is to you. We want to make sure that it’s in good hands when it comes to repairs. Our team works hard to make sure our workmanship meets or exceeds your expectations, which is why we offer a satisfaction guarantee on all of our work. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, contact us or visit our auto body repair shop in Milford, OH.

Here are a few reasons why should choose our service:

  • Highly Knowledgeable and Experienced Staff
  • Warranties and Guarantees Available
  • Family and Locally Owned Since 2005
  • Professionally Trained and Equipped
  • Handle Insurance Paperwork and Work With All Carriers
  • Decades of Experience
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Ask the right questions

Choosing the Right Body Shop

Choosing the right body shop is no easy task, especially when there is a handful around every corner. With so many body shops, it is difficult to find the one that will repair your vehicle and ensure that when it is given back to you, it is repaired safely and properly leaving no evidence behind that it was ever repaired or in an accident. The last thing anyone ever wants is to get their vehicle back and feel like it just is not the same anymore.

To help you make an educated decision, we have some questions you can ask that will give you better information on who you are dealing with and how they will repair your vehicle.

Questions to ask

  • 1: Is the body shop I am looking to work with on any DRP programs or a preferred repair facility from my insurance company?

    DRP body shops or preferred body shops (also can be referred to many different names like “in network”.) are usually found not to be a good place to take your vehicle to when the time comes. The DRP shop does not have your best interest at heart, rather they look to make their insurance partners happy so that they do not get their agreement terminated. To DRP body shops, they look at the DRP agreement as their bread and butter and if they make an insurance company upset because they were fighting for your best interest, they may lose that agreement and in turn may be forced to close their doors.

  • 2: What kind of parts are going to be used on my vehicle? What kind of parts will the body shop use?

    Many insurance companies will say they only cover “aftermarket” or used parts and not the original parts that are provided by your vehicle manufacturer. “aftermarket” parts are not approved by any vehicle manufacturer and are not crash tested. The insurance company may say that the parts have some sort of certification but make no mistake, these companies self certify their own parts and they are not like the original parts. The other issue is used parts. Sure at first it may seem like you are saving money but when it is all said and done, they might end up costing more time and money than a new original part. These used parts come off of vehicles that have been totaled, they sit in fields, get dirty, moldy and then you are supposed to put that on your vehicle.. The worst part is that many times these used parts will have prior damage or rust making it a bad part. Your bodyshop should only be using OEM or original new parts to restore your vehicle back to its pre-loss condition.


  • 3: What is the communication like?

    Now this may seem like a strange question however it is a very important one. You get into an accident and you take your vehicle to a bodyshop to have it repaired, you trust that the body shop is going to do what is right and do a good job with the repairs, right? Well in a perfect world, that is how it would work but that is not the case. Many people that have their vehicles repaired drop off their vehicle and never hear from the shop again until the vehicle is done. Sounds nice but what did the shop do to your vehicle? What kind of damages were found? What type of repair process did the shop go through? What type of parts were used? Was the insurance company pressuring the body shop into performing shody repairs? All of these things need to be communicated to you and you reserve the right to know every detail of the repair. There is nothing worse than expecting to get your vehicle back in perfect condition again and you find out the body gaps don’t line up the same, the paint does not match, corners had to be cut etc. At minimum the shop owes it to you to give you helpful information that will give you insight on how it should be repaired, how the insurance company wants it repaired and ultimately how YOU want it repaired.

  • 4: Does this body shop repair vehicles based on the insurance estimate?

    The reason this is an issue is because insurance companies do not know how to repair vehicles. A few ways they determine their estimate is either photos that they make you provide them with, an app on your photo that tells you to give them pictures of damages, an adjuster is either sent to your location to inspect the vehicle and write the estimate. The problem with that is; how did they come up with that estimate when they did not even fully inspect the vehicle properly? To inspect the vehicle properly, this requires a handful of things to be done such as a pre diagnostic of the electrical systems, alignment check, measuring the frame or unibody, disassembly of the damaged area to reveal any hidden damages etc. If you hand your body shop the insurance companies estimate and they look at the vehicle and say “yes we can work off of this” that is a major red flag. This may seem arrogant but we never look at the insurance companies estimates at first because we know it is incorrect and lacking critical information and repair processes. Make sure your body shop performs their own damage analysis and writes their own estimate and explains what they find in detail with you.

  • 5: What kind of equipment does the body shop use?

    Many of the vehicles today require so much more equipment than what was previously required. So many sensors, so many safety features make it more crucial than ever to make sure the right tools and equipment are used. You should ask your body shop if they have the correct welders, spot welders, paint booths, frameracks and modern electronic measuring systems when talking to them. Electronic measuring will accurately measure your vehicle and make sure there is no damage that is left undiscovered, potentially creating a problem down the road for you. Updated welders and squeeze type resistance spot welders, does this body shop actively make an effort to update its equipment to keep up with the advanced metals that vehicles are being built with today? Does this body shop have the equipment necessary to recalibrate the advanced driver assist systems? If not, how do they complete the recalibrations? The bottom line is that the body shop should have all this equipment, if not all, they should have access to the tooling to complete the job. The sad truth is that most shops have equipment that is very old and dated, and some have almost nothing. It is important that a body shop makes an effort to have modern equipment and constantly update it.

  • 6: Does this bodyshop sublet/subcontract repairs?

    Many may not know this but 99.9% of the time a body shop will subcontract some repairs to different shops for certain things. Depending on the shops answer, it may be a good or bad sign. If the shop says they do not send any work out, this could potentially be a red flag. Reason being is that most body shops do not have the money sometimes to afford ALL of the equipment or they do not have the space and if they say they do not sublet work, the question is; do they have the correct equipment or are they doing it at all? A few of the common sublet repairs would be alignment, suspension or mechanical repairs, safety system calibrations (blind spot monitors, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, collision avoidance etc) and sometimes measuring the vehicles, and that is good, that means the body shop is aware that these things need to happen and are seeing to it that they get done. However it is important that most calibrations get performed at the dealerships and not at a third party company using non approved tooling. It is always best to send vehicles to the dealerships for these things and the reason being is that they always will have the correct equipment and computers that are approved by the vehicle manufacturer, ensuring that all parameters of the calibrations are set correctly and the safety functions will work as intended.

  • 7: Will my vehicle be repaired to its pre-loss condition?

    This may sound too obvious but it is the most important question. The answer without hesitation should be a confident “yes” But what does it mean, pre-loss? It means that the vehicle will be returned to its pre-loss condition. It means that the same parts will be used, and not knock off parts and everything will look and function as it did before the accident. A few things to look out for is “aftermarket” or used parts usage, will the body shop be detrimming the vehicle? Will the trims, handles, glass be removed before it is painted? Or does the body shop have some sort of fancy technique that their painter with 30 years of experience uses when he is repairing vehicles? No corners should be cut and all the repairs performed should be done according to instruction by the vehicle manufacturer and paint company. Another important step is buffing the paint work after the body shop paints your vehicle. Will they take the time to do that? Many shops claim that they do not need to do that because their painter is good or their booth is clean but that is simply not true. No matter how good the painter is, no matter how good the paint booth is, this step is unavoidable if you want a proper paint job. Even the vehicle manufacturers with paint facilities that cost millions of dollars still perform this step. On top of all of that, even if a paint job lays out perfectly, the texture matches and it came out perfectly clean, there is one thing that will always happen and that is when a paint job dies-back or pinches after it cures and all of the solvent gasses from the paint work, you are left with a slightly dull clear coat and there is only one thing to do and that is to sand, buff and polish.

At the end of the day, you should be able to make a more educated decision on who to choose when having collision repairs performed on your vehicle and we hope this helps. If there is something not on here and you have a question about it or would like some further insight, please give us a call, we will be more than happy to help you.

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