About Us

Founded in 1937 by Phil Gerber, Gerber Collision & Glass has provided quality auto collision and glass repair work for more than 70 years. What started as a single auto glass and trim shop in Chicago has grown to one of the largest auto collision and glass repairs companies in North America.

Customer Service

No matter how large we grow, we remain dedicated to providing you with the same outstanding customer service that we offered back in 1937. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will answer questions and explain the repair process. We'll even assist with the little things, like helping with car rentals and working with your insurance company.

Leaders In Innovation

All of our locations are equipped with the most innovative technology in collision and glass repair. Plus, our experienced technicians know that it's important to get your car repaired quickly without cutting corners -- safety is our primary business.

History

In 1937, Phil Gerber opened Gerber Glass & Trim on Stony Island Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. Gerber operated as a glass company until 1978 when Neal Gerber, the grandson of Phil Gerber, expanded the business to include auto body repair in Skokie, Illinois. The Gerber family business grew to five locations by 1985 and was one of the first full-service, multi-location auto body shops in the United States.

In 1998, Eddie Cheskis partnered with Neal Gerber and set their sights on expansion. Gerber quickly grew to 16 centers throughout Chicagoland.

In 2004, The Boyd Group, Inc., a North American based auto collision company, acquired Gerber and changed the name of all facilities in the United States to Gerber Collision & Glass. This acquisition made Gerber one of the largest collision repair businesses in the United States.

Today, Gerber operates locations throughout North America with more than 2,000 employees.

 
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