When aluminum first came on the auto body scene, it shook things up. Where many shops were slow to adapt and accept this new technology, Dorn’s dove in head-first. Aluminum was a new type of metal used in vehicles and it was simply more time consuming and different to repair than steel.
Repairing aluminum requires a true specialist. In fact, most in the business of repairing aluminum will tell you it’s practically an art form. Aluminum collision repair takes a lot of focus and attention to detail to do correctly. Where many shops would rather just replace a panel, repairing the aluminum saves money.