Matrix collision center

At Matrix Autobody, we provide quality collision repair services to Denver area residents. We have the same owner and have been in the same location for over 20 years. With this kind of experience and stability, we know how to repair your vehicle quickly and accurately.

We focus on providing excellent customer service and quality auto body repairs. Our auto body technicians are highly skilled craftsmen with years of training and experience and they are committed to doing a quality repair on your car.

Properly repairing today’s vehicles requires expert knowledge and specialized equipment. From minor dings to major collision repair, our skilled technicians have the experience, knowledge and equipment to expertly restore your vehicle to pre-loss condition. Our I-CAR Trained Technicians utilize the latest repair techniques to repair your vehicle to its pre-accident condition. Our Master Technicians are ASE-certified. By employing only the highest skilled technicians we are able to offer outstanding quality on all of our workmanship.

Our Promise To You
We promise to do a quality repair on your vehicle and have it completed as quickly as possible. When the safety of your family is at stake, don’t settle for second best.

OUR SERVICES
Auto Body Repair
Mechanical Repairs
Automotive Detailing
Glass Repair and Replacement
FREE Auto Body Repair Estimates
With the Matrix Wand you can quickly, easily and accurately measure and diagnose complex
suspension problems, we call this "Predictive Wheel Alignment." In this example the
technician wanted to document the lower control arm, at the ball joint. Using the Wand we
imaged the lower body and measured the appropriate points. As you see by comparing the
blue diagonal measurement (1222mm) to the orange diagonal measurement (1234mm) the
difference is -12mm back on the diagonal distance.
When you compare the red and green distances they are essentially equal at (915mm). These
measurements show the outward distance at the ball joint is symmetrical.
Additional measurements where then taken to find the source of the ball joint and lower
control arm variance. We quickly found that the front trailing arm was back due to body
damage, while the trailing arm itself was undamaged