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Angelica Chavez

I take all my vehicles to Samir. He has never disappointed me. Thank you for the great work and customer service!

Karl Veach

Brought my 2019 Ram to get the quarter panel replaced and I couldn’t possibly have been taken care of any better. Trey made sure my truck was in 110% better shape then what it came in as. I wouldn’t recommend any other body shop!

Lon Wea

Fast and friendly prices. Needed an estimate on my wife's car after a tree limb dumped on her hood. We've used eagle twice before and always excellent work. Everyone was really nice.

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Aluminum welding is a complex and precise process that requires specialized training and experience. It's important to choose a reputable and experienced auto collision repair shop that has the knowledge and skills to perform the job correctly and deliver a long-lasting result.

Clean & Prep

The first step in the aluminum welding process is to clean and prepare the damaged area. This involves removing any dirt, debris, or surface contaminants that could negatively impact the welding process. The technician will use specialized tools and cleaning agents to ensure that the area is thoroughly cleaned and ready for welding.

Start Your Engines

Once the damaged area is clean and prepared, the technician will begin the welding process. Aluminum welding is performed using a TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welder, which allows for precise control of the welding process and helps prevent warping or damage to the surrounding area. The technician will use the welder to carefully join the damaged area, restoring the structural integrity of the component.

Wrapping It Up

After welding, the repaired area is finished to match the original appearance of the vehicle. This may involve sanding, filling, and priming to achieve the desired finish. The technician will take care to match the color and texture of the surrounding area, ensuring a seamless repair.

Quality Control

Before the vehicle is returned to the customer, the technician will perform a thorough quality control inspection to ensure that the repair meets or exceeds industry standards. This includes checking the weld for strength, integrity, and appearance, as well as verifying that the repaired area matches the surrounding area.

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At our shop, we are committed to providing the highest quality aluminum welding services to our customers. Our technicians are trained in the latest techniques and use only the best equipment and materials to ensure that your vehicle is repaired to the highest standards.




​No one likes to wait. But if you must, at least have a cup of hot coffee.


Enjoy free high-speed wifi while you wait. You may even get some work done. The sky's the limit.


Treat your car to an onsite carwash. Ask your team member about discounted carwashes.


Avoid the hassle of finding a car rental location. We have the connections to help you find a car quick.


Hate dealing with towing companies? Look no further. We'll hook you up and get things rolling.


The aftermath of a car accident is stressful. Our staff works hard to make it as stress-free as possible.


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