Auto Body Repair Process

To ensure that we can truly guarantee our work, we have developed the Redline Quality Control Program. Since 2008, this system has been in place to create a predictable repair process, save time, and to guarantee your satisfaction. Each vehicle must enter five different quality control inspection points, at which time a highly skilled technician performs a rigorous and specific examination before advancing to the next stage in the repair process.

Redline Quality Control Program

Through our continued research and advanced technology, B Street Collision Center has developed a superior quality inspection called the Redline Quality Control Program for each step in our auto repair process. Each vehicle enters a redline inspection point before advancing to the next stage of its auto repair process. This rigorous inspection is done by a technician that specializes in a specific skill set, allowing B Street to confidently guarantee its repair work for as long as you own your vehicle.

1. Damage Assessment
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review work order and ensure repair blue printing is in line with B Street Collision's repair processes.
  • Review Office to Damage Assessment notes and directions.
  • Ensure vehicle is not an obvious total loss.
  • Begin Department Repair Process.
2. Parts
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Ensure no damaged parts are located on vehicle still damaged that are not marked for repair or replacement.
  • Ensure no damaged parts are located on parts cart for replacement that are not ordered.
  • Begin Department Repair Process.
3. Metal Repair
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Look over vehicle to ensure no damage was missed by damage assessment.
  • Ensure all blue printing is still visible on vehicle.
  • Note vehicles needing jamming prior to fitting sheet metal (bolts on radiator supports).
  • Ensure parts cart is with vehicle.
  • Ensure all parts are in hand and in good quality condition.
  • Begin Department Repair Process.
4. Fill & Finish
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Note any parts off the car needing repair.
  • Inspect all metal parts repaired according to work order.
  • Ensure all metal work is repaired and ready to fill and finish standards.
  • Ensure all seam sealer on internals of vehicles is completed.
  • Ensure all blue printing is still visible on vehicle.
  • Ensure there are no replacement parts needing cleaned and filled.
  • Inspect all welds are of good quality and holding securely.
  • Ensure parts cart is with vehicle.
  • Begin Department Repair Process
5. Paint Repair
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Inspect for pinholes, runs, sags, or improper making of primed surface.
  • Ensure repaired surface is straight.
  • Ensure any trim interfering with paint process is removed.
  • Ensure all seam sealing is complete interior and exterior.
  • Ensure all seam sealer on internals of vehicles is complete.
  • Inspect for any loose parts.
  • Inventory all parts needing paint are prepped and ready for paint.
  • Note panels needing rock guard.
  • If two-tone is needed, establish proper paint process to ensure no hard lines.
  • Ensure parts cart is with vehicle.
  • Begin Department Repair Process.
6. Reassembly
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Inspect paint surface to ensure color match to adjacent panels.
  • Ensure no excessive dirt nibs.
  • Ensure texture match vehicle.
  • Ensure all blends in jams have been buffed out.
  • Ensure complete paint coverage on all jams and welds and or type of corrosion protection is applied (no bare metal).
  • Ensure all parts painted off the cart are unmasked and color match is good.
  • Ensure parts cart is with vehicle.
  • Begin Department Repair Process.
7. Detail
  • Redline Quality Control Program Check Point.
  • Review repair plan blueprinting and work order.
  • Inspect and approve vehicle has been assembled and fitment of parts is within tolerances.
  • Inspect all hardware and proper function of each piece.
  • Inspect all vehicle lights interior and exterior.

Our Locations

4 Convenient Auto Body Repair Shops in Omaha, NE including West Omaha, Chalco, Downtown and Kansas City, KS.
24/7 Towing Service call WD Towing 402-334-1050.
B Street Collision Center has developed a unique quality inspection process for each step in our auto repair process.