Maple Ridge, B.C.
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About our Maple Ridge location
Craftsman Collision and Auto Glass opened in Maple Ridge on 203rd Street in 1991 and conveniently located across the street from Westgate Shopping Centre.
As a car owner, you have a right to expect a premium level of service and at Craftsman Collision – we deliver. With factory-trained and OEM certified technicians specializing in Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram, FORD, Nissan, Kia, Hyundai, Genesis and other leading automotive brands, we will restore the confidence you have in your vehicles’ design and safety features. Plus, our repairs are guaranteed for as long as you own your vehicle.
Of course, no one wants to think about having an accident. But if misfortune strikes, we hope you’ll remember where to turn. You’ll be glad you did.
While our name does have “Collision” in it, there are many other ways for your vehicle to get damaged. Whether it’s damaged by hail, falling debris, rocks, vandalism, hail or a chance meeting with a shopping cart – at Craftsman Collision we are equipped and ready to repair your vehicle no matter the mishap. Most importantly, you should be confident knowing that your vehicle will be handled by specially trained technicians who are certified by the top auto manufacturers to repair your car to factory specifications.
-Auto body work
-Auto paint and refinishing
–Auto glass repair and replacement
-Auto Dent repair and removal
So why settle for less with an ordinary collision repair centre, when you can choose Craftsman Collision.
So why settle for less with an ordinary collision repair business, when you can choose Craftsman Collision.
Rare is the man who can dismantle a car engine as effortlessly as he can untangle difficult interpersonal problems. That’s why we’re so pleased to have Doug Koke managing our Burnaby Imperial Street location. Taught by his mechanic father to build his own car engine at age 16, Doug has proven equally adept at dealing with customers and staff.
“I love helping people in undesirable situations – trying to make their experience as painless, efficient and comfortable as possible,” he says. “My aim is to build a relationship with each customer, and ultimately bring them back as a repeat customer. I do that by treating them the way I would expect to be treated – to not let anything stand in the way of making them happy.”
“And I’m excited to train and push my co-workers to be better employees. My goal is to create a happy working family, where technicians and office staff help each other to get the job done.”