Cracks and Cuts

Small Auto Body Cracks

You are driving around Los Angeles going about your day running some errands.  Then arrive home and as you walkaway from your vehicle, you turn around, press the lock button on your key and notice something is wrong on your car.  Now you stop, take a closer look and notice a small fracture or split on the bumper of your car.  It’s a crack on your bumper!

Bumper Cracks Repair

If caught early, a small crack can normally be repaired.  Fixing the cracks on your car as soon as you notice them will ensure the damage doesn’t get any worse.  West Coast Body and Paint’s mobile shop can repair the small cracks on your car.  Your qualified mobile shop technician will apply filler to the damaged cracked area, sand it until smooth, and finally paint it.

“Jaider did an excellent job in fixing the bumper on Toyota 4Runner.  I accidentally backed into a pole & it cracked the bumper & part of tailgate.  I went to 5 body shops for quotes & his was the lowest. He does quality work at a reasonable price.  It now looks good as new. I highly recommend him for body repair work. Thank you Jaider!”

Henry Y., Santa Clarita, CA, 6/20/2015

Are you looking for dependable bumper cracks repair in the greater Los Angeles area and Ventura County?

Contact Jaider Arismendy, he is one of the best auto cracks and cuts repair technicians in Los Angeles.  Our West Coast Body and Paint mobile service, is a quality mobile repairs unit that comes to you.  From minor car damages like cuts, scratches, cracks, and dents, we can take care of your vehicle.  Give us a call or text us at 818.793.7728, or drop us a line at wcbodyandpaint@gmail.com.  We serve the San Fernando Valley, the greater Los Angeles, and Ventura County area.  Clients love us and we love them, don’t just take our word for it, read our reviews.

Bumper Cracks Estimate

Our estimates are always free and you are welcome to schedule an appointment.  We know that many clients like the convenience of sending pictures of their car and request an estimate and after we receive your images we will provide you with an initial estimate.   Why is it called an initial estimate?  Because the initial estimate will either be too high or too low.  In order to assess the damage and give a proper estimate, a car needs to be seen by a professional in-person.  This insures that the estimate is as accurate as possible.  Fill out the form below to schedule your mobile service appointment.

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