Awards & History
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AutocheX Premier Achiever Award for Excellence in Customer Service and Satisfaction
Based on hundreds of thousands of customer satisfaction surveys AutocheX performed throughout 2007, MILLER AUTO BODY is one of only 382 collision repair shops in North America to be named an AutocheX Premier Achiever.
I-CAR Certificate of Completion
Our technicians have completed the I-CAR 8-Part Collision Repair training course.
- Identification and Analysis of Damage
- Measuring Principles and Techniques
- Straightening Systems and Techniques
- Welding in Collision Repair
- Replacement of Structural Parts
- Restoring Corrosion Protection
- Suspension, Steering and Alignment
- Working with Mechanical and Electrical Parts
Miller Auto Body is a proud participant in the CertifiedFirst Network of quality-rated auto body repair centers. This means we have met the Network's stringent criteria for facilities and amenities including having modern equipment, trained technicians and a staff that's committed to your complete satisfaction. more...
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C.W. Miller - Founder
In 1896, C.W. Miller at the age of 12 started painting buggies and carriages. Nine years later in 1905, C.W. built his first shop and expanded his services to include repairs. That business gradually evolved into auto paint and collision repair when cars took the place of the carriage and buggy.
Charles W. Miller - Son
Charles W. Jr., started working with his father in 1928. In 1946 his father's health was in decline, so Charles W. Jr. later bought the business in 1948 after his father's health was in decline.
Unfortunately the building burned down due to some faulty wiring. Not to be discouraged, Charles rebuilt and ran the business until he was killed in a traffic accident in 1956.
Robert Miller - Grandson
After his father's death in 56, Robert took over running the shop and growing the business. At age 63, Robert began phasing himself out of the business.
Jeff Miller & Mike Miller
Robert's sons Jeff and Mike, now run the business.