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Breeny's Auto Body

111 Vickers St N, Thunder Bay, ON
4 reviews
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Certified by Underwriters Laboratories and Good Housekeeping, Breeny’s has been an auto body industry leader in Thunder Bay for 60 years. Go to full description...

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By jugal thesiya on Jan 31, 2022
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They are super expensive than any other auto body shop in the town and they made me waiting 2 week to just give a quote. For that also I had to visit 2 times personally .
I would never reccomened this shop to any of my friend or relative.
By singalongand on May 04, 2012
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They did a good job! and they were quick.
By Ranma on Feb 29, 2012
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So I got rear ended last week after we had some warm weather, and my bumper and back door were damaged to the point where to door would not close properly at all. I was recommended Breeny's by one of my friends because of the great work they did on his car a few years ago. He was not kidding on how awesome the work was that they did. I got my mini van back in 3 days! 3 days! Not only was the back door fully functional, it fit better than when I bought the van. Breeny's also cleaned the vehicle inside and out. I was not expecting this at all. All my loose crap that I had laying around they had neatly placed into a box that they had put in the back seat. WOW it was like a maid had gone through my vehicle. Jason and Terry were totally awesome in helping me with my insurance and reassuring me that everything would be taken care of, as I have never been in an accident before with 20 years of driving. I had no clue who I should call or what, and they took care of everything for me.

Would I use Breeny's again? Oh yes would I ever. Would I recommend them to my friends and family? You better believe it. The staff is friendly, and the atmosphere while you are in there shows that they care. Thank you Breeny's for making my first accident such a forgiving experience.
By someonethere on Aug 01, 2009
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Got rear ended... needed a new bumper and rear fender repainted. It's a brand new 2008 dodge dakota that was just detailed when it went into Breeny's looking like glass. It came out with a newly painted bumper and fender but the rest of the truck was dusty, and a few deep parallel scratches on the door that werent there before. They simply failed to protect the rest of the vehicle from overspray that now coats every horizontal surface. They left dirt all over and scuffed it into the paint. The 4x4 lettering was removed and they put it back on wrong - does not match the 4x4 on the other side and the adhesive tape is too big for the lettering. They cheaped out on the bumper bracket too, just touchup-painted it when it is clearly bent and should have been replaced. Fortunately, they did an excellent job on the repainted surfaces and the color match was dead on. I took the truck back to Breeny's to address these problems, was told repeatedly to relax, and it would be fixed. 2 visits later and I was still not satisfied it was fixed to "Better than new" The final visit was for a rebuffing, and while waiting in the parking lot, some punk in filthy work clothes came out and without a word, jumped into my clean seats without putting anything down, and angrily drove it into the shop for another cleaning and repolishing. He again did a half assed job and left polish and wax residue all over the truck.

Overall, my brand new truck now looks dull and dirty, is attracting dust and dirt except for the parts they painted which do look "better than new". I now have to reapply some expensive coating to get my truck back to the finish it was before breeny's.

I found out that just because they have a catchy radio commercial does not mean they will be any good at fixing your car.

Yours Truly

08 Dodge Dakota
v8 4x4
Comment by someonethere on Aug 14, 2009
I brought the truck into another smaller shop. To remove the fine scratches and bring the new look back to the paint cost 400 bucks. Apparently it needed full clay bar treatment ($150) to remove overspray and refinishing with a glass-like coating ($250)I sent the bill to my insurance company.
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