Quanz Auto Body in Albuquerque, New Mexico offers the best state-of-the-art equipment for frame repair. In this week’s blog, we discuss computerized laser frame alignment and how it works.
What is Laser Frame Alignment?
Computerized laser frame alignment was developed and designed to allow our technicians to get the full picture on your vehicle. Once we have your vehicle in position, our system scans the frame of your vehicle and transmits several images to our scanner so we can see every possible angle.
With these images, we are able to accurately diagnose any damage that may be hurting the frame of your vehicle. We then are able to assess the damage and re-align the frame to computerized accuracy guaranteeing the job is done correct the first time.
Pinpoint the Problem
Quanz Auto Body in Albuquerque is able to accurately pinpoint the problem through use of this great technology. Most cars have a unibody frame, meaning the frame, body and chassis are built as a single unit. Our computer system measures in millimeters so we can identify damage that may not be visible to the naked eye.
Our advanced computer diagnostics ensure the accuracy of the repairs we recommend and we allow you to always see what is going on with your car through our open-door policy. All of our work is backed by a 12 month / 12,000 mile warranty on all parts and labor and it must pass a quality control inspection before we give the keys back to you.
We Make it Better
If you are looking for the best in the state with technology, equipment and overall mechanical/collision repair expertise, Quanz Auto Body in Albuquerque, New Mexico is the place to go. Our new location on the Eastside near I-40 and Juan Tabo is a fully-serviced collision repair shop designed to get you and your vehicle back on the road. Contact us today for an appointment or just come on by. Tell us what you need and we will do it. We make it better.