Pleasanton, Ca. 94566-4915
Sat & Sun: Closed
Pleasanton Auto Body Shop
Mike’s Auto Body – Pleasanton purchased Gil’s Auto Body to kick off the 2020 New Year. Gil’s Auto Body was a family run shop with similar values to ours. Established in 1988, Gil’s served the Tri-Valley area for over 20 years. Mike’s Auto Body is proud to now service the Tri-Valley region.
Mike’s Auto Body- Pleasanton was recently awarded the Green Repair Network certification, a program sponsored by CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA insurer, that recognizes auto repair facilities committed to environmental sustainability.
By meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Green Repair Network program, Mike’s Auto Body- Pleasanton is joining an elite group of independent repair shops dedicated to responsibly interacting with the planet to maintain our natural resources.
“We are proud to be recognized as part of the Green Repair Network as we are committed to sustainability,” said Brennan Rose of Mike’s Auto Body- Pleasanton. “Taking these actions helps reduce the overall impact on the environment and improves the health and safety of our customers and employees.”
CSAA Insurance Group is committed to environmental sustainability to help protect our planet and better serve our customers, communities, and employees. The company created the program in 2020 to recognize auto repair facilities that follow strict standards around emissions, pollutants, and water and electricity usage.
Manager: Nino Apostol
Nino joined the Mike’s Auto Body team in October of 2015, but has a total of 20-plus years of industry experience, and is more than capable of having our collision facility in Vallejo, CA hitting on all cylinders. By stressing the details and being 100% in it to win it for his shop and crew, Nino is helping our Pleasanton location to succeed. Leading a staff of highly-skilled I-CAR trained body and paint technicians and an experienced front office staff, everyone at Mike’s Auto Body is pleased to have Nino at the helm in Pleasanton.
We get great Yelp reviews all the time and we’re proud of it. It’s all about making friends with customers and helping them as they navigate through the collision repair process. This involves things such as extra service buffing headlamps, touching up cars, adjustments, and cleaning the cars. We’re also very focused on scanning vehicles, which is an aspect that has been slightly ignored by the industry. Vehicles have been come increasingly more challenging to work on with all of the computers, cameras and sensors. Mike’s is working on constant education (I-CAR), and working with different vendors to repair vehicles using the collision repair’s best practices.
-Nino Apostol, Manager for Mike’s Auto Body of Pleasanton