Angie's List
  Award reflects businesses’ consistently high level of customer service.

Ian’s Body Works has been awarded the prestigious 2011 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the businesses rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local service and health providers. -read more-
  The WFU Tailgater Bus is a privately owned vehicle that was revealed at the Florida State vs. WFU game October 8th 2011. Ian's Body Works provided the custom body and paint work and all the artwork was hand painted, no decals were used. Click here to see all the photos.
  As new owners of Ian’s Body Works, David & Heather Walsh are beginning the next chapter of their automotive collision repair business; they have a foundation of expert care and superior customer service to build on which was established in 1974 by the company founder/former owner, Ian Wark. “Ian’s Body Works has been serving the Triad for the past 35 years; as we continue to grow and expand the business, we want our customers, past and current, to know we are committed to continuing the exceptional customer service and expert repair expected of Ian’s. Although the owners’ names have changed, we will continue offering the highest quality collision repair,” said David Walsh. -read more-

Ian's Body Works...


No one ever expects or wants to be in a car accident. But, accidents happen. And when they do, it’s nice to know that David and Heather Walsh of Ian’s Body Works are here to help you, once the police forms get filed, and you’re pretty much on your own. Ian’s started in downtown Winston-Salem on Marshall Street in 1974, and for the past two years, David and Heather have been overseeing the daily operations at their extraordinary facility on 1540 Hanes Mall Boulevard. -read more-

February2010Article   Ian’s Body Works...
So Professional You Can’t Smell It!

By Kelly Melang

“Is this a body shop?” I wonder as I come into Ian’s Body Works. Absent is the usual smell of paint and chemicals, bottled water greets the customers, and Heather Walsh, the Business Manager, is busy trying to change the TV to “Noggin” for the young daughter of a customer as they wait for an estimate. Over behind a large glass window, the cars in varying stages of repair confirm that this is, in fact, a body shop. -read more-

Ian's Body Works on News 14 Carolina. Watch the video by clicking on the image below.