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Brandon Lash, the owner of Transformed Autobody, LLC, has had a life-long passion for working on cars.

Brandon and his dad bought his very first car when he was 15 years old. “I recall my dad had to drive it home, and I immediately put it up on jack stands and began working on it,” Lash said.

Jump forward 25 years, and he still has that same car along with the excitement it ignited – add to that over 20 years of experience and training.

As Lash developed the skill sets that define his reputation, he leaped at any opportunity to expand his expertise.

While working at a local dealership, he shared that the training focused his experience on the niche market of high-end luxury and performance cars. “I have been factory trained by BMW to complete extensive structural repairs both on steel and aluminum. I expanded my technical capabilities by gaining certification in the aluminum structured, carbon fiber bodied Z06 Corvette. I am certified by ICAR & ASE,” states Lash.

These certifications are indicative of his commitment to excellence.

“When I was presented the opportunity to pursue my love of cars, while owning my own business, I committed and never looked back. Although I work on cars every day, my personal growth now lies more in management and team building. My hand-picked team accepts the challenge of delivering fast, accurate, and quality repairs to our customers. I make every effort to utilize the team and the experience I’ve gained to create undetectable repairs while maintaining the safety and durability that was engineered into your car when it was brand new,” Lash passionately explains.

Along with his quality assurance, Lash is both friendly and forthcoming when relaying the process involved in your auto repair.

“We implement a series of checks and balances to make sure that you are nothing short of impressed with our finished product. And, our work is warranted for life. You can feel confident that ‘We will raise the bar on repairing your car.'”

Whether your repairs are minor or major, out of pocket or you’re going through your insurance company, this dedicated shop will walk you through the entire process, ensuring a smooth ride.

“Finding a local and trustworthy auto-body repair shop doesn’t always have to be daunting,” said auto enthusiast Luke Kopp.

Experts tell us it is always a good idea to get recommendations from friends, family, and co-workers, as well as check reviews to ensure both quality and safe repairs.

Transformed Autobody has a reputation that has earned itself multiple 5-star reviews, year after year.


Many readers want to know how an auto body repair shop estimates the cost of repairs. Good news, most shops offer free estimates. This allows the professional estimator to assess the damage to your vehicle, ask you about the collision, look at cosmetic damage, and determine if there could be internal damage. They will then put together an initial estimate that will include the cost of labor, materials and parts, and will send it to your insurance company for approval.

Car owners often wonder what their insurance will cover as there are a few different types of coverage.

  • Collision insurance covers the damage to your vehicle, regardless of who was at fault.
  • Liability insurance only covers damage to the other driver’s vehicle.
  • Comprehensive insurance covers damage from non-collision-related incidents such as vandalism, theft, natural disasters, and weather conditions.

First responders, fire, police, and EMTs are encouraged to ask Lash about his first responder discounts and additional benefits available from Transformed Autobody, LLC. Furthermore, healthcare providers are encouraged to inform Transformed Autobody of their profession as Lash continues his mission of serving both his customers and the community.

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