First Craftsman Collision Shop in Regina Celebrates Anniversary
Craftsman Collision recently announced that its first Regina auto body shop has successfully completed a year and has received great community support during this period.
Opened in April 2018 at 135 Albert Street, the shop was formerly known as Provincial Auto Body. Ever since it joined the banner, the shop has seen some significant changes under the new management, such as Air Miles reward miles, free rental cars and addition of advanced repair technology currently available in the industry.
The shop is the only Regina auto body repair shop in Saskatchewan to offer Air Miles reward miles. Each customer receives one reward mile for every $15 spent on the total repair cost of their vehicle. The shop also offers to sign up customers who are currently not members of this popular program.
For the convenience of its customers, the shop offers a new, free Hyundai Elantra rental car to use when their damaged vehicle is being repaired.
In a release by the company, Craftsman says that it is strongly committed to working with the best repair technology available in the market. Vehicles today are equipped with several safety mechanisms such as collision avoidance systems, backup cameras, lane departure warnings, etc. Craftsman asserts that it possesses the required equipment and technical expertise to completely restore a vehicle’s system, including the critical safety mechanisms, to their original condition. Craftsman shops are well-equipped to handle hail damage, dent repairs and major autobody repairs and the ability to make vehicles as good as new, according to the company.
“We are delighted to have opened our first Regina auto body shop in the province of Saskatchewan”, said Rick Hatswell, President at Craftsman Collision. “For over 40 years, this family-owned and 100 percent Canadian company has been a favourite of Alberta and BC residents for auto body repairs, and our new location in Regina is sure to become a destination for locals and all Rider Nation when in need of collision repairs,” Hatswell added.