To guarantee that all vehicle repair centers meet their standards of quality, Ford requires that all body shops are Ford Certified and/or Recognized. This requires the proper training, facilities, tools, and equipment necessary to repair Ford vehicles.

What does this mean for you? Simple: a Ford Certified/Recognized body shop will return your car to its factory condition, ensuring that your vehicle is in pristine condition and road-ready. By opting for a Ford Certified/Recognized body shop like Network Auto Body, you can guarantee tip-top functioning for your vehicle!

To become Ford Certified/Recognized, auto body shops will be audited by Ford, ensuring that the shop meets the certification requirements and has the proper equipment and training for the job. If necessary, the body shop must make modifications to their facilities, install the proper equipment, and provide the necessary training for their technicians. Once compliance is met, the body shop is officially a Ford Certified Collision Care Provider. This proves that the body shop lives up to Ford’s exacting standards for quality repairs!

Did you know that the 2015 Ford F150 is built with military-grade aluminum alloy? This means that not just any body shop can perform repairs, as the aluminum requires special equipment, tools, and facilities. Ford requires a separate “clean room” dedicated ONLY to repairs on aluminum vehicles, along with the required tools and equipment needed to perform and clean up the repairs on the high-durability metal. Many smaller body shops will be unable to afford the costly equipment, tools, and facilities, meaning only the right Ford Certified body shop will be qualified to handle your repairs!

If you want the best possible repairs for your Ford vehicle, come to Network Auto Body. As a Ford Certified and Recognized auto body shop, we’re more than equipped to repair your car and return it to its pristine factory condition! With Network Auto Body, you get only the best for your vehicle and your safety…

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