Compare auto roof repair services by reading customer reviews on websites such as Angie's List, Consumer Reports and CarTalk.com. Both Angie's List and Consumer Reports require you to subscribe before you can read ratings and reviews from actual customers. CarTalk.com has a Mechanics Files section with a search tool that you can use to search for reviews about a particular auto roof repair service. Use the reviews on these websites as your basis for comparison.Continue Reading
You can also use the Better Business Bureau website to learn about the business track record of an auto roof repair service. Use the information from the BBB to identify which services to avoid. After you have narrowed your choices to three or four, get estimates from each of them. Many auto roof repair shops provide estimates for free, although some charge a fee.
Confirm that the technicians are certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence before you bring in your car. Other certifications to check include those from the Independent Auto Body Association, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists, and the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair.
Try out an auto roof repair service for smaller repairs or maintenance items such as engine oil and filter replacement to get a sense of the company's work before taking in a vehicle for major repairs.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance