BumperDoc Automotive Reconditioning Franchise Develops Environmentally Conscious Techniques for Auto Body Repair
May 19, 2008 // Franchising.com // BumperDoc Auto Reconditioning Centers have developed innovative techniques to provide customers with high-quality, environmentally conscious auto body repair services. The company utilizes waterborne paint, paintless dent repair, rapid auto body repair, and plastic repair techniques to save customers time and money while minimizing impact on the environment.
The nation's first retail auto reconditioning franchise is focused on repairing minor auto body damage in the most environmentally responsible way possible. BumperDoc has partnered with Sherwin Williams to provide franchisees with the highest quality waterborne paint system, reducing the harmful emissions while producing the highest-quality finish. The company aims to benefit franchisees with the marketing of waterborne paints, and to benefit customers who are looking for an alternative to solvent-based paints.
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BumperDoc's rapid auto body repair combines paintless dent repair (PDR) with traditional auto body techniques to minimize the time and expense of minor auto body repairs. Utilizing PDR enables some damaged panels to be repaired that would otherwise require replacement. PDR can also reduce the area that requires repainting along with the cost of materials. Using PDR and striving to repair damaged metal panels also helps the company meet its goal of returning all vehicles to customers in only two or three days.
"With the increased concern for our environment, and the fact that most customers feel they have a lack of time to spend repairing their vehicles, BumperDoc gives customer's a convenient way to meet their needs" explains Triston Miller, BumperDoc's founder, "We feel personally responsible for doing everything we can to minimize our impact on the environment, and customers appreciate having an option they can feel good about."
The company's signature service, plastic bumper repair, was also developed to save customers time and money while protecting the environment. Innovative materials and repair methods are used to repair damaged bumper covers while they are still on the car, eliminating the need for replacement parts while reducing the amount of waste going into landfills.
The company has experienced strong growth at their San Diego location, and they expect to replicate their success in other cities using the franchise model. BumperDoc's franchise program focuses on providing advanced marketing support to every BumperDoc owner. The company uses a variety of local marketing strategies along with comprehensive Internet marketing support to educate customers and support franchisees.
BumperDoc is offering franchise opportunities nationwide. Please direct all inquires to Shane Sparks at 866-428-7969, or visit www.BumperDocFranchises.com.