Superior Auto Body 600 Industrial Rd. St. George Ut. 84770 (435) 673-5701



About Superior Auto Body and some things you might want to know


Superior Auto Body and Paint  
Jerry Judd Bought Superior auto body in St. George Utah and opened the doors to the public As businesses come and go over the years Jerry and his staff have managed to not only stay in business but also build strong relationships with loyal customers who continue to return to and refer Superior auto body to others. Dedication to quality, consistency,attention to details, quick turnaround times, and going that extra mile is the signature of Superior auto body 


Products  Frame Alignment and Sectioning


All vehicle repairs begin with a proper frame alignment. We use a  frame rack with a  computerized measuring system.
This system allows us to return your vehicle frame to manufacture specifications
 
There may have been a time that someone told you the frame is bent so the car is totaled now days most car frames are also the body we have what it takes if it can be done we can repair it there have been times when alignment issues can't be fixed because of frame problems but when Superior Auto Body repairs your frame we make sure it is in alignment.


Computer paint matching 


Auto manufacturers apply paint to the bare shell of the vehicle in ovens where the temperatures exceed 400-degrees Farenheit. 
This is because the auto manufacturers paint the car before any of the wiring, electronics, hardware, or interiors are assembled into the vehicle. In the collision repair business, the paint can only be dried at temperatures up to 180-degrees—any hotter and damage will be done to the car's mechanical, electrical, and interior systems. In addition, all auto manufacturers use an electrolitically applied "E-coat" primer that is applied to the bare vehicle unibody or sheet metal this is an immersion process in a liquid, electrically charged solution that is impossible to duplicate in the repair industry.Finally, the colors used by auto manufacturers may vary widely on the same models painted with the same color. Variations in shading and coloring depend on if your car was painted at the front end or tail end of an assembly line run of paint. Most new cars today are also painted with "two coat" or "tri-coat" paint processes where mica, pearl, and metallic materials are applied sequentially in the factory finish. These finishes often vary in appearance based on the angle from which they are viewed. For example, a green metallic paint can appear "teal-colored" when looking at a straight or flat surface such as a hood, but nearly "black" when looking at a rounded surface such as a fender.All of these factors make paint mixing, tinting, and blending in the collision repair process even more critical. To properly repair a minor dent of several square inches, an entire panel may need to be painted and the adjacent panels may need to be blended in order to achieve a precise color match. at Superior Auto Body, we use computer-controlled sensing devices that provide the refinish technician with a precise formula to match the paint color on a vehicle.


Paint Shop Superior Auto Body


Superior Auto Body uses the latest most durable paint techniques and technology 
Our Painter is experienced in the very latest products basically if it is on the market we already know about it and are using it Shane is the Guy to go to when you have paint issues ask anyone in town
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