PRLog - July 24, 2014 - RICHFIELD, Ohio -- A decade before Richfield became a village, Village Auto Body, in 1957, began offering high-level automotive repairs, which it has continuously provided to this day. With a combined experience among its long-term technicians of over 100 years, Village Auto Body has recently added a repair specialist and painter, adding another quarter century experience to its team.
Village Auto Body, Richfield OH
Matt Kavalchek Treats Each Car as His Own
Matt Kavalchek, of Strongsville, joins the Village Auto Body team with 16 years of experience in collision repair and vehicle restoration. Matt's long and successful career is a product of his strict belief that every vehicle should be treated as if it were his own. Matt completes every job with the highest degree of excellence and attention to detail.
Matt is happy to join a crew of coworkers who share his beliefs on how a job should be completed and how every job is a team effort from top to bottom. Though new to the Richfield area, it hasn’t taken Matt long to appreciate Richfield’s qualities. In his free time Matt enjoys fishing, camping, cookouts and just about anything outdoors.
Automotive Painting is an Art Form in Kyle Taylor’s Hands
A native of North Royalton, Kyle Taylor has been painting and creating artwork his whole life. His passion for automotive painting is as strong today as the day he started 10 years ago. Feeling instantly at home with Village Auto Body and Richfield, Kyle is proud to be a part of this family owned and operated business, which brings a personal touch to caring for its customers and their cars.
What does he do for fun – airbrushing (as well as riding motocross and playing golf). For Kyle, painting is not a job but a pleasure.
With the addition of Matt’s and Kyle’s attitude, expertise and skills, Village Auto Body expands its capacity and continues its tradition of providing high quality auto body workmanship.