- The LaMettry’s group was photobombed by Chip Foose, star of Overhaulin’ at NACE... The LaMettry’s group was photobombed by Chip Foose, star of Overhaulin’ at NACE | CARS (conference and exhibition for the collision & service repair industries). L to R: Darrell Amberson (President of Operations), Chip Foose, Myles Dahlgre…
About Our Collision Centers
LaMettry’s Collision has been family owned and operated since 1976. They started with a single location in their home garage specializing in Corvettes. However, a reputation for quality collision repair work and unmatched service made the auto body shop take off. Today, LaMettry’s has eight auto body repair shops in convenient metro Minneapolis – St. Paul locations that provide the very finest auto body repair in the Twin Cities area.
Every LaMettry’s Auto Body Shop adheres to industry best practices verified by leading trade certifications like I-CAR for technical training, AMI for Customer Service Certification, GLASURIT for paint certification and ASE for mechanical certification – just to name a few. LaMettry’s has also worked hard to earn some of the most prestigious manufacturer certifications; including being the only Collision Repair Facility authorized to perform Audi auto body aluminum repairs in the five-state area Click here to view all of our Minneapolis, MN Auto Body Shops’ training certifications.
LaMettry's Commitment to the Environment
Everyone can make a difference in protecting the environment. At LaMettry’s Collision, our Minneapolis-St. Paul area body shops recycle, reuse and dispose of waste in the most environmentally sound ways. Last year alone, we reduced our hazardous waste and air emissions to that of a very small generator. All of our auto body shops’ employees are actively involved in LaMettry’s Green Efforts and continually find new ways to dramatically minimize the waste we produce, including:
- Recycling scrap metal, nuts, bolts and related materials.
- Recycling/reusing paint solvents, paper, cardboard and other business waste.
- Conservatively using heat and electricity by upgrading to more energy efficient equipment.