Todd's Auto Body is a locally-owned, full-service auto body paint and collision repair shop located in Tilton, Illinois and serves the Danville, Illinois area.
Our professional staff has been serving the people of Illinois for over 20 years. We have completed over 25,000 vehicle repairs and have an excellent reputation for precision work. We take pride in exceeding our customer's expectations.
Our shop is clean and inviting. Our state-of-the-art repair and painting equipment make us one of the best in the business.
We know that being without a vehicle is impossible in today's world. So for your convenience, we have the Enterprise Vehicle Rental Service on site.
Whether your car or truck has a minor dent or has been in an accident, we can perform the painting and collision repairs need to get you back on the road quickly.
Visit our auto body shop near you today for a free quote and fast, professional collision repair services to get your vehicle back on the road.
We repair all sizes of vehicles from compact cars to heavy trucks, big rigs and heavy-duty farm equipment.
We will restore the appearance of your vehicle to factory specifications.
It's important to us that the auto body & paint repair process is as simple and convenient for you as possible. And you can be sure that the repairs will be done correctly the first time.
Call our collision repair Tilton office at 217-431-7209 for an estimate to have us look at your car. We will be able to tell you the most convenient way to get your vehicle looking great.
All our estimates are free.
Todd's Auto Body shop can often use the paintless dent repair method to remove minor dents from the body of your car.
Several types of dents can be repaired with this paintless method, including:
Paintless dent removal can be used on steel and aluminum panels.
This method has been around for almost a century and has been improved over the years. Modern paints lend themselves well to the paintless dent repair method. New paints are more flexible than their counterparts of the past.
Whether this method can be used will be determined by:
We have found that even if the damaged area needs to be painted, this method may be employed as a preliminary step. It can reduce the size of the damaged area, meaning that less body filler will be needed.
The size of the dent is not the determining factor for using the paintless repair method. If the painted surface is intact and the metal has not been stretched, you may be able to save both time and money.