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Collision Service Center

Collision Service Center

Auto Body Repair in Schaumburg Illinois

Having an auto collision accident can be a stressful and disruptive experience. Our business is to help you through the auto body repair process every step of the way. Furthermore, Collision Service Center provides assistance with your auto insurance claim, your paintless dent removal, and vehicle towing. In sum, we properly restore your damaged vehicle using OE procedures, all in a timely, friendly, and courteous fashion.

Key handing over to customer after auto body repair

Assurance of Quality

Certified Auto Body Repair in Schaumburg!

Getting reviews like this is always nice. We truly care and this is what sets us apart from the other shops. This a 5 star google review from another happy customer! Come to us and see the difference.

From the initial consultation to the final moments before driving off with my car fixed, the experience was outstanding. Initially, I met with Nancy to go over the damage to my car. She was thorough in her process including explaining what would be involved, what to expect from the work required down to the insurance company's involvement all the way down to the car rental process. After getting the green light from my insurance company, I received confirmation from CSC scheduling my drop-off date and time. They also set the expectations for the length of time needed for repair as well as the car loaner pickup, drop-off process. Throughout the entire process, I received several calls from Nancy, Tina, and Aurora. They provided status updates and again set proper expectations. I was given a recommendation to take my car to CSC and I will gladly pay it forward. Really, really appreciate the flexibility during checkout that was shown to me. It made the entire situation that much more impactful from a positive perspective. Thanks again, to everyone at CSC.
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We are humbled to have been picked as the shop of the month for the Collision News. Here is the Article In color (better for reading purposes) ... See MoreSee Less

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We will be closed tomorrow for a seminar we will be attending to get further educated in the body industry. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for understanding. ... See MoreSee Less

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Due to the Extreme weather we will not be taking any estimate appointments Wedneday, January 30th. We can write a preliminary estimate based on photos. We will guide you on how to take the photos. Please stay warm and try to stay indoors if you can. Here is some useful information.

Tuesday through Thursday we all will experience temperatures and wind chills that our homes' heating systems are NOT designed for. -20 to -30-degree temperatures with wind chills into -40 and up to -50+.

Newer homes will struggle to maintain temperature and older homes will NOT maintain temperature and the temperature WILL drop while the heating system is working at full capacity.
1. Please raise the temperature in your home on Monday, 2 to 4 degrees above your normal setting.
2. Take all programmable thermostats out of setback mode and set on a permanent HOLD.
3. If you have a furnace; replace the filter.
4. Keep garage doors closed.
5. Limit opening exterior doors.
6. Make sure air vents and radiators are not blocked or obstructed.
7. If you have a 90%+ furnace and boiler: You must keep the intake and exhaust clear of ice and snow. During these cold temperatures, ice can build up. A 90%+ furnace and boiler have 2 white PVC pipes; an exhaust pipe and an intake pipe that are generally on the side or back of your home. In some instances, they are on your roof, do NOT go on your roof to clear the pipe.

If the temperature in your home is dropping and your radiators are HOT with boiler systems or you have HOT air coming out of your vents with furnaces DO NOT PANIC. Please make sure that your heating system continues to operate.
If the temperatures drop in your home, it will not be able to recover until temperatures rise and the windchill diminishes. Our heating systems cannot overcome temperatures -20 to -30 with wind chill up to -50+. They are sized to operate at 0 degrees outdoor. Put your thermostat on hold 70 degrees or higher.

To help minimize temperature loss you can boil water, make soup, or stews; they help introduce humidity and warmer temperatures into your home. DO NOT USE YOUR OVEN or a GRILL TO HEAT YOUR HOME.

Please check on neighbors and elderly residents during these extreme temperatures. Stay warm and safe this week and share this with any of your family and friends.
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We will be open Monday December 31st from 8 A.M-1 P.M. we will be
Closed on the 1st! Have a safe and happy new year!
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