Our state-of-the-art Body shop facility is built upon 15,000 square feet of highly secure, roofed, indoor workspace catering to all car beautification and repair work inquiries. We have all the up-to-date and functional machinery and tools in-house, making our body shop a one-stop solution for your painting, dent removal, glass replacement, and body repair needs. Additionally, our facility has a dedicated office space, a top-notch paint booth, a comfortable waiting lounge for our customers, and a convenient workspace for in-house appraisals.
Along with that, we have another facility across the street that caters to up to 25 cars with 6 docking stations – so that we’re ready to meet excessive customer demand seamlessly and efficiently. Plus, we have a 20,000 square feet vehicle storage area right decent to our primary location. Moreover, we have a separate 15,000 square feet total-loss vehicle pending disposition area to accommodate vehicle disposal.
At CBS Auto Body Shop, we try our best to remove hassle and stress for our customers. With a facility ready to address sorts of issues at any time of day, our customers never have to go to multiple places for their body shop needs. Moreover, they can rest assured of the safety of their vehicle because our facilities are secure and monitored 24/7 by our advanced surveillance system.
All of our body and paint technicians are I-CAR (Intel-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) and ME certified – possessing the skills and experience to make the best of our top-tier infrastructure. They work day and night rigorously to meet our customer’s expectations with diligence and sincerity.
CBS Auto Body shop incorporates a top-notch Celette Griffon frame machine that enables us to measure everything precisely and use a computer-aided interface for vehicle adjustments. Thus, we promise to revamp or return your vehicle to the factory specifications or condition before the collision, down to the most intricate details. In addition, our frame department takes care of frame diagnostics, frame replacement, and frame repair on unibody and full-frame vehicles.
The contemporary style of vehicle manufacturing is highly complex because car manufacturers focus on making the vehicle both light and safe. In order to do that, they incorporate crashworthiness and reliable protection via the use of advanced materials like High Strength Steel (1155). Thus, to work on such vehicles, a technician requires profound knowledge of these frames and unibody materials so that they can cater to vehicles of any make and model. That is why CBS is the top pick for most of the market in North Hollywood because our technicians have mastered their skills and are perfectly eligible to work on modern vehicles.
Additionally, the unibody and full-frame vehicles have crush zones on both the front and rear sides to withstand collision forces so that the driver is secure and protected. Traditional steel could retain the same strength after the crash, but an 1155 frame might not have the same strength and crush resistance post-collision. That means that an incorrect repair on HSS steel material could prove to be fatal if the car goes through a collision again. For that very reason, CBS is backed by a team of experts who have the knowledge and experience to properly treat unibody and HSS materials.
At CBS, we also use Mitchell’s Frame Data Dimensions software, which helps us measure vehicles of any make or model – helping us out with precise and reliable data on all types of cars, trucks, and vans. With the presence of this software, our customers can be ensured that our frame repairs meet the OEM’s standards.