Alloy Collision Center is a member of the Wyant Group. It is an exclusive aluminum alloy certified repair facility. Furthermore, Alloy is a repair facility for Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo, Ford and Mercedes-Benz serving Saskatoon and area. Originated as a collision and repair centre for Jubilee Ford in the early 1980s. Alloy has now spun off as its own entity; providing collision repair, aluminum auto body, glass repair & replace, paintless dent repair and auto detailing for all makes and models.
Above all, Alloy Collision Center which opened in November 2017, is the biggest collision repair facility in Saskatchewan. The 65,000 square foot facility is located at 500 Melville Street. It features a two lane indoor heated drive through, leading edge training and advanced equipment. It offers aluminum/high-strength steel and paint systems.
ALUMINUM AUTO BODY
As technology advances, aluminum has replaced steel on body panels and on vehicle structural components. A majority of car manufacturers now use aluminum in their vehicle designs to increase fuel efficiency as well as make vehicles lighter, stronger, and safer.
As an SGI Elite Accredited Collision Repair Facility, we can perform vehicle damage estimates on eligible claims for all makes and models. With our aluminum certified repair facility status across multiple brands, we are able to provide the best in auto repair with the highest of standards in quality and customer satisfaction. At Alloy Collision Center, we strive to be the best auto body shop in Saskatoon.
GLASS REPAIR & REPAIR
Our certified repair technicians assess all factors before determining the best approach to use to repair your damaged auto glass. While most cracks and stone chips can be easily repaired, the repair diagnosis of each stone chip or crack depends on location, size, type, and depth of the damage. The age and severity of the damage can also play a factor in the ability to repair or call for replacement.
PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR
Unfortunately, small dents and dings will happen to your vehicle now and then. Paintless dent repair is commonly used for bodyline damage, door dings, hail damage, large dents, small scratches, and minor creases. The paintless dent repair method can also be utilized to “push to paint” or “push for paint”, where a damaged panel is prepared for repainting by decreasing the use of body filler used.