WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST
Whether you have a minor fender bender needing paintless dent repair or you need more extensive repairs (such as frame straightening), Harv’s Auto Body Repair should be your next (and only) stop! Since 1982, our collision repair center has been restoring vehicles and helping customers from Iowa City, IA and nearby areas.
At Harv’s Auto Body Repair, we strive to remove the hassles and hurdles from the collision repair process. To do so, we will work directly with your insurance company.
We have good working relationships with various insurance companies, including State Farm, Progressive, and Geico. We even have an experienced on-site claims handler who specializes in helping you complete the auto insurance claim.
When you visit Harv’s Auto Body Repair Shop, you can be as involved as you want. In any case, we will do the heavy lifting so you can focus on returning your life to normal.
We get it—if you’ve been in an accident, you have a lot on your plate. Harv’s Auto Body Repair can help by offering every service you need to bring your vehicle back to normal. Some of our most common services are listed below.
This type of repair is necessary when a vehicle has been in a collision or accident. It may involve repairing or replacing damaged body parts—such as fenders, doors, and bumpers— and repairing any structural damage to the frame or chassis.
Paintless dent repair may be used to remove smaller dents and dings from the body of a vehicle without the need for paint or body filler. This technique is utilized for minor dents caused by hail, parking lot mishaps, and other small impacts.
These services involve repairing or replacing cracked, chipped, or broken windows and windshields on a vehicle. These are done to maintain the safety and integrity of the vehicle.
Got rust? If so, it's imperative to have the area repaired and replaced because the issue is beyond cosmetic. Rust can eat away at the metal body, causing structural damage and compromising safety.
In the event of an accident, the frame of a vehicle can become damaged, affecting safety and performance. Frame straightening involves using specialized equipment to restore the original shape and ensure vehicle safety.
Detailing involves cleaning and restoring the appearance of a vehicle's interior and exterior surfaces. This can include washing, waxing, polishing, and restoring the paint and other finishes.