About Brandy's Auto Body
Our business is I-Car certified and we are fully licensed and insured. The company slogan is ‘excellence guaranteed’ and it is one we endeavor to live up to every working day. Our affordable pricing structure and the paint matching service we offer separates us from our rivals in the area, and we offer 10% labor discounts up to $500. Major bodywork comes with a lifetime guarantee, and we attract customers from a wide area, including Weldon Springs, St Peters, Wentzville, Chesterfield and St Charles.
The technicians at Brandy's Auto Body can remove dents from your vehicle without the need to damage any of the existing paintwork. As a result you can cut the work in half because there is no need for painting. We can be trusted to completely remove any trace of dents from your car.
One of the services we offer that keeps us ahead of the competition locally is that we are experts in paint matching. We have an in-shop paint booth and we can blend the colors so they match your car’s original color exactly. All our technicians are experienced certified painters.
If your vehicle needs repaired after a collision we can pick it up from your house and carry out the work at our shop in O’Fallon, Missouri. We provide a chassis straightening service to fix the frame to its original state. Our team also deals with insurance companies for any claim estimates.
Welding and Fiberglass Repair
For almost 30 years we have been providing a vehicle welding service to motorists in and around O’Fallon. Missouri and have built up a reputation for the excellence of our workmanship. Welding is done on parts of the vehicle including the quarter panels, frames, rockers, roofs, infrastructure and uni-body. We also carry out aluminum welding and we use bonding glue for roofs and panels when required as it offers more support when reassembling the vehicles.
Some vehicles, including Corvettes and Volkswagens, use fiberglass as the material for the entire body of the car. To fix fiberglass damage we use fiberglass matting and resin. We can glue on fiberglass panels to provide extra support. It is unusual nowadays to see many cars made from fiberglass but we do still get the occasional job. The cost of repairing fiberglass is the same as a traditional vehicle and takes roughly the same amount of time.