Auto Body Questions

When Will My Car Be Ready?
A quality repair job involves many steps. And though our estimators are among the industry’s finest, certain types of damage become apparent only after the vehicle has been disassembled. In some cases, we may need to revise your vehicle’s completion date.*

We know how important your vehicle is to you. We pledge to keep you informed all along the way and we promise to return your vehicle to you as quickly as possible.

  1. Prepare Estimate, Owner Signs Repair Authorization
  2. Insurance Approval
  3. Parts Ordered Electronically
  4. Parts Received, Completion Date Given
  5. Vehicle Scheduled for Repairs
  6. Vehicle Disassembled and Re-inspected
  7. Supplement Damage Report Written if Necessary*
  8. Supplement Approved
  9. Additional Parts Ordered if Necessary*
  10. Customer Updated
  11. Vehicle Set on Unibody Repair Equipment
  12. Structural and Body Repairs
  13. New Panels Installed and Checked for Proper Fit
  14. Corrosion Protection Re-applied to Repaired Areas
  15. All Metal Work Inspected, Initial Tests Done
  16. Customer Updated
  17. Vehicle Prepped, Primed and Blocked
  18. Masked and Taped, Placed in Paint Booth
  19. Chemically Cleaned and Tacked
  20. Vehicle Undergoes Multi-Step Refinishing Process
  21. Re-assembly, Wheel Alignment, Air Conditioning, Detailing, Final Inspection, and Test Drive
  22. Confirmed Delivery Date Given

*May alter completion date


If you are in the greater High Point area, trust Larry Walker & Sons Body Shop to skillfully handle all of your High Point body shop needs quickly and within budget. We guarantee your satisfaction, so do not delay and contact us today!

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