Auto Collision Repair in Hamilton, Dundas, and Ancaster since 1979
We are a locally owned and operated family business providing quality auto collision repair and windshield replacement in Hamilton, Dundas, and Ancaster for over 40 years. Owner Alex Szabo has gathered a team of talented and professional auto body repair experts and outfitted them with the latest in collision repair equipment, technology, and work-flow practices.
It’s no wonder Dundas Valley Collision Centre has won numerous awards, including Canadian Body Shop of the Year by Body Shop Magazine.
“It’s a very satisfying business to help our customers turn a difficult situation into a positive experience and get them back on the road.” – CSN Dundas Valley Owner, Alex Szabo
STATE OF THE ART Auto Body Repair, Windshield Repair and Replacement
Our modern 11,000 sq ft state of the art facility reflects our commitment to quality, efficiency, and collision repair innovation, including:
Collision Repair Centre in Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas and Area
We’ve been voted by Reader’s Choice as the Number One Independent Collision Repair Centre in Hamilton. CSN Dundas Valley Collision is a member of Certified First, a performance driven network of quality-rated auto body repair centres.
Participation in the Certified First Network is extended only after conformance to the program standards has been independently verified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL). Members are re-inspected annually, and their ongoing participation hinges on continuing compliance with all requirements.
In addition to free estimates, a written warranty, and very competitive rates, we provide extra complimentary service:
Commitment To Excellence
CSN Dundas Valley Collision is the winner of numerous consumer and industry awards, including Bodyshop of the Year in Canada. We are committed to excellence in the accident repair process and we continuously implement new technology as it becomes available. We were one of the first Hamilton collision repair shops to convert to Waterborne auto paint and did so two years before the regulations came into effect.