50 YEARS OF CRAFT EXPERIENCE
Since 1968, we have been honored to repair and restore the world’s greatest automobiles. We owe our longevity to an unwavering commitment to service and customer satisfaction. We focus on continuous improvement through investment in our people and equipment. Our 25 expert body repair technicians and painters represent a collective 300-years-plus of craft practice. Hollis Auto Body, where craft and technology combine to meet the needs of car owners who demand the very best.
The management team at Hollis is highly experienced with insight and hands-on knowledge to repair the most challenging automobiles. They stay informed on the latest technology, repair processes and insurance regulations to continuously advocate on your behalf.
Their expertise is valued by leading automobile manufacturers as they regularly meet with the Hollis team to best understand the repair process and techniques. The input from Hollis is used to improve engineering, design and repair training throughout the United States.
Our 25 expert body repair technicians and painters represent a collective 300-years-plus of craft practice. Five of our technicians have been with the Hollis organization since our founding and five more have been with us for over a decade.
Many of our technicians have attended factory training schools, both in the US and Europe. With skills certified by such leading manufacturers as Jaguar, Audi and Aston-Martin, as well as decades of experience in repairing virtually every make and model in the marketplace, Hollis technicians will return your car to you in showroom floor condition.
Covering 50,000 square feet, our state-of-the-art collision repair facility is dedicated to restoring the full aesthetic value and operating efficiency of your vehicle. Our manufacturer-certified equipment, including state-of-the-art aluminum welding devices, isolation booths and repair tools are housed in the most technically advanced auto body repair facility in New England. Jigs, spraying and drying devices, riveting and bonding equipment are factory specified.
For aluminum repairs we have a separate building specifically designated aluminum repair areas to prevent cross contamination with steel particles – ensuring proper repair and maintain factory certifications