At first, you hear it, and then you see it. A Porsche is instantly recognizable as it is a sports car icon, and has been for more than 70 years. Its distinctive design plays with your emotions making you want to drive as fast as possible. From every contour, it is indeed a unique vehicle and should be taken care of with great responsibility. That’s where we come in, Flower Hill Auto Body. We are here for you when your Porsche is in an accident, and also for less dramatic needs, like buffing or painting a scratch. But why does it matter where you take your Porsche to be serviced?
The Flower Hill Auto Body Difference
For over 70 years, Flower Hill Auto Body has been providing people with the best service in both auto collision repair and customer service. We pride ourselves in the experience we’ve accumulated over three generations, and prove to excel in meeting certification requirements on over 15 different car manufacturers. Along with collision repair, we also offer a variety of services you may need for your vehicle, like paintless dent repair, certified licensed welding, and we even have rental cars on site thanks to our partnership with Enterprise Rent-a-Car. We care about your needs and understand how stressful it is to have your car in the shop, that’s why we always strive to deliver the best service!
Does Certification Really Matter?
Porsche has always strived to provide an incredibly exciting driving experience known to car enthusiasts everywhere. With the particular construction techniques used to craft a Porsche, it is prudent that you take your car to a certified repair shop whenever it needs to be worked on. Being a part of the Porsche Approved Collision Center Program means that a collision facility has met all required and up-to-date training on Porsche models, and can restore your vehicle back to its original condition. Flower Hill Auto Body is a proud member of this program, and will always provide the necessary equipment and genuine parts to repair your vehicle. On top of providing genuine Porsche parts, our technicians are specially trained in the repair and care needed for all Porsche platforms, like the aluminum body and chassis platforms, steel manufactured platforms, and even the new multi-technology platform of aluminum, magnesium and high-strength blended steels. Not every collision repair shop can handle all of these specifications so yes, certification does matter.
If you find yourself in need of a collision repair facility, don’t settle for anything less than perfection. Come down to Flower Hill Auto Body, your home for Porsche collision repair in Queens.