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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an appointment?

Please call to arrange a time for your estimate; this allows us to provide you a high level of service. If possible, please bring all your Insurance claim information.

Do you offer paint restoration or complete paint jobs?


Do you paint parts or install parts that I have purchased?

No, we are not able to paint or install any parts not purchased by Studer Body & Paint.

Can I drop off my vehicle during non-business hours?

Yes, Our front lot is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We have a secure key drop in our front overhead door.

Is the work that is done to repair my vehicle guaranteed?

Yes, you will be provided a written National Warranty that covers all repairs made by Studer Body & Paint Inc.

Do you repair rust or restore old vehicles?

No, we specialize in collision repair.

Do you paint household items such as lamps, furniture, or appliances?


Will the paint on the repaired part of my vehicle match the old paint of the rest of my vehicle?

Yes, Studer Body & Paint Inc. uses computer paint mixing system, with the finest Sikkens paint. We also rely on 135 combined years of experience to color match your paint and blend into the existing color.

Do I need to get three estimates?

No, the industry is changing very rapidly, and most body shops will work directly with the insurance company responsible for paying for vehicle damages. We work with all Insurance Companies, and will write an estimate, call your adjuster, and handle any paperwork necessary to repair your vehicle. You only need to pick the body shop where you want your vehicle fixed.

Is your paint process eco-friendly?

For 27 years here at Studer Body & Paint Inc., we have used Sikkens brand solvent based paint to produce the highest quality finish for our customer’s cars. In 2011 we started looking for a paint system that would be more ecologically friendly and healthier for our staff and surrounding community. Our research found that Sikkens brand had a waterborne option that shops in other parts of the US, Canada, and Europe were already using. Waterborne paint has 40% lower VOCs than solvent based paint. VOC is short for volatile organic compounds, which are gases emitted from paints and other products. These gases affect our health and air quality. Reducing the VOC levels in our paint is a great step in the right direction.

Will the paint on my vehicle match and look as good as the factory paint?

We learned that many automakers were already using this eco-friendly waterborne paint at the factory and it provides a great color match and lasting flawless finish. It was extremely important at Studer Body & Paint Inc. that waterborne paint was not only more eco-friendly, but also that our final product would have the same great finish.

The Informed Choice

While not required to do so, we here at Studer Body & Paint Inc. decided to be an early adopter of the more eco-friendly paint system. Working with Sikkens in March 2012, we converted our shop to use Sikkens Autowave (waterborne) paint. Our customers are thrilled with the results of the factory matching and flawless finish of their repair, as well as our commitment to improving the environment. By choosing to have your vehicle repairs done by our shop, you should be proud of your important role in protecting the environment.