Northeast's Largest Volvo Certified Collision Repair Center
As a Volvo certified collision repair facility, we use only Volvo genuine parts that are backed by the manufacturer. Many of our technicians undergo extensive training in the proper use of Volvo factory approved repair equipment, tools and technologies, ensuring the repair meets exact standards. The welding, riveting and bonding methods used by our certified technicians ensure the structural integrity and long-term safety of the vehicle.
As one of the few Volvo Certified Aluminum Repair Facilities in the country to repair structural and non-structural damage, Hollis meets the rigorous demands of aluminum body repair. Our roster of tools, special welding systems and finishing booths have been designed to meet Volvo’s demanding requirements.
Whatever the extent of damage to your vehicle, Hollis will restore it to pre-accident condition using factory parts. We will manage all filings with your insurance carrier to ensure your vehicle is repaired to the highest standards. You’ll see the Hollis difference the moment your car is returned to you. Hollis restored vehicles look better, last longer and maintain their form and finish longer.
Hollis has a dedicated building for certified aluminum repair and refinishing. Our technicians are second to none and undergo extensive training in the painting process. Our use of tinting and blending techniques ensures the finish is to pre-accident condition. We adhere to Volvo standards that use factory specified primer and paint during the refinishing process.
Aluminum repairs are amongst the most demanding in the industry and require self-contained areas to prevent cross-contamination with steel particles. Manufacturer certification for aluminum repair requires a significant investment in equipment, ongoing training, and facility modifications. 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.
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