Front End Fender Repair

As the nation’s largest collision repair company, Caliber Collision offers expert front and rear fender repair. Fenders help protect your engine bay and wheel wells from debris and damage. Scratches, rust, dents and more serious damage are handled with ease by our certified technicians and state-of-the-art equipment. We are accepted by all major auto insurance carriers and are often pre-approved, saving you the time and hassle of obtaining multiple repair estimates.

How much does fender repair cost?

The cost of a fender repair will depend on how bad the damage is and whether it needs to be fully replaced. Before you get any work done, get a free online estimate from Caliber Collision. Also, depending on your car insurance coverage, Caliber will work with your insurance company to reduce out-of-pocket costs.

Our purpose

Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life® means helping you every step of the way to get you back on the road safely. Our work and our limited lifetime warranty give you peace of mind when you get behind the wheel of your vehicle. We will communicate with you throughout the repair process, so you know exactly what is happening with your vehicle.

Why Caliber Collision?

Since 1997, we've focused on providing the best services with the highest standards in mind. We restore cars to pre-collision condition and we back every single repair with a written limited lifetime warranty. With 1,700+ locations across 41 states, odds are there’s a teammate in your neighborhood ready to help with Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life®.

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Find a Caliber Collision Center Near You

We are the nation's largest collision repair provider, with 1,700+ convenient locations in 41 states - and growing. Find the nearest location to get more details about your local Caliber Collision Centers' services, hours and more.


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