Jim Sigel Automotive Center is committed to offering their customers a complete automotive center, with sales, service, parts and paint and collision repair. Whether it’s minor paint repair or restoring your vehicle to pre-accident condition after a major collision, you want people working on your vehicle who know what they are doing. Best of all, Jim Sigel serves customers from Medford, Ashland, Klamath Falls and even Northern California - wherever you are, Jim Sigel is the place to go!
Experience. That’s what you’ll find here.
Jim Sigel has been in the auto body and paint repair business since 1968. Body shop manager Brian Malone has managed this shop for more than 20 years. Our technicians are well trained and do excellent work. And when the collision repair involves more than paint and body repair, we utilize the expertise and experience of our adjoining service department to take care of additional technical issues that may arise from a collision.
• We work with all insurance companies
• Free estimates
• Rental cars on site
• Lifetime guarantee
• Environmentally-friendly paint system*
• I-CAR, ASE & factory-trained technicians
Contact us: 541-476-0811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
After extensive research, discussion, and on-site visits at training facilities and other body shops, the decision was made to switch to PPG-brand waterborne base paint. Our body shop is one of the first in Southern Oregon using a water base paint system and one of the few outside the Portland area.
• Reduces production of volatile organic compounds (VOC)
• Improves air quality
• Promotes health and safety of employees
• Achieves performance and quality
Waterborne systems have been used by the major manufacturers like GM, Honda, BMW and nearly all the others, for many years. Our use of a water-borne system will allow for better paint matches with a truer factory match, especially with metallic paints. And efficiency goes up with dry times between coats going from hours of heated baking to just minutes of blowing air with no heat. That will cut back the amount of natural gas used to heat the paint booths. Waterborne paint is required in Southern California now, and in all of California by 2010. Canada also requires it as of January 1, 2010. New requirements are coming in 2011 in Oregon.
Jim Sigel Automotive has received an DEQ exemption from the motor vehicle and mobile equipment surface coating requirements of the National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants, Paint Stripping and Miscellaneous Surface Coating Operations, because none of the coatings sprayed at our facility contain the hazardous air pollutants listed in the federal rule.