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About our Newton location
Craftsman Collision and Auto Glass opened in Surrey on 128th Street in 2009 and conveniently located just down the street from the Grand Taj Banquet Hall.
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.
We’re everyone’s favourite body shop guaranteed. Plus, our work is 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 and Auto Glass 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.
So why settle for less with an ordinary collision repair business, when you can choose Craftsman Collision.
Don has always had a passion for cars, and still collects small car models. His move to Craftsman in 2008 started as a parts coordinator at our Scott Road location after a variety of car-oriented jobs including parts and service advisor at Jim Pattison, and as a customer service rep for a parts supplier.
For the past 13 years Don has held various roles, accumulating a vast amount of skill and knowledge, before assuming the manager position at Newton.
Don knows there’s a lot more to the business than fixing broken vehicles. Restoring customers’ smiles is as important as repairing physical damage. “I treat each car as if it was my own,” he says.”