“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” [Winston Churchill]

We, at Colorworks Express Autobody Centers are committed to making a positive impact within the communities where we live and work.  Through various initiatives such as charitable donations, volunteer programs, and partnerships with non-profit organizations, our local community giving addresses pressing social and environmental issues to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities where we do business.  Thank you for being part of this.



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Ribbon-cutting Officially Opens Colorworks Auto body Center in Port Elgin

From the Saugeen Times by Sandy Lindsay – June 27, 2022
Colorworks Port Elgin
Mayor Luke Charbonneau (R) cuts the official ribbon Photo courtesy of Chamber of Commerce by Christine Mitchell


Although Colorworks Express Autobody Centre has been in its new facility since September, 2021, the official ribbon-cutting ceremony with Saugeen Shores Mayor and dignitaries  was held on Thursday, June 23, 2022.

The traditional ‘housewarming plant’ – (L) Vice-Deputy Mayor Mike Myatt, Jessica Carter (Executive VP of Colorworks Canada), Lexi Primeau (General Manager and Operating Partner), Mayor Luke Charbonneau and Colorworks President and CEO Kevin Carter – photo by Chamber of Commerce Christine Mitchell


Colorworks owners, partners and staff
Colorworks owners, partners and staff

“When it comes to vehicle care and repair, we do it all,” says Jessica Carter, Executive VP of Colorworks Canada, and whose father Kevin is President and CEO Colorworks Canada, “and we simply outgrew our space in the auto mall.  We also brought in new product lines to complement our vehicle protection service of Krown undercoating to include Ceramic Pro and Line-X.”

Protection for outdoor furniture

Technician Jake Greig explains that Line-X is a resin that completely provides a protective seal particularly when it comes to truck beds.

“What people don’t realize however, is that Line-X can also be used to protect outdoor furniture.  In Niagara Falls for instance, all their outdoor furniture is Line-X protected for all-weather protection.”

Many owners of classic cars are now also wanting to have their prized vehicles ceramic coated to protect them.  With Ceramic Pro, the protective glass-shield makes the surface extremely glossy and sleek, preventing bird droppings, tar, dirt, stains, etc. from bonding.

“While we are a one-stop centre for auto-body needs,” adds Jessica Carver, “our painting facility has also accommodated things such as kitchen cabinetry, headboards and wicker furniture to name only a few.  We can provide a professional painted surface to almost anything.”

Throughout the Spring and Summer months, the Centre has a staff of some ten technicians while, during winter with its weather conditions that create a high collision time of year, staff is increased to 15 or more.

Colorworks Express Autobody Centre is now located in the Port Elgin Industrial Park at 1230 Wellington Street. Drop by, say hi to the staff and ask how they can meet your needs.


On July 16th, 2021 the Port Elgin Rotary Club held it’s 25th Annual Golf Classic at the beautiful Saugeen Golf Club. Proceeds from the day ($20,000) went to the Huron Shores Hospice. In these days of lockdowns and social distancing, a beautiful day on the links for a great cause was a welcomed distraction.

Colorworks has been an enthusiastic and passionate supporter of the Port Elgin Rotary Club for decades. Our very own Jessica Carter (Colorworks Regional Director of Ontario Operations) is the current President and her father, Kevin Carter (Colorworks CEO) was a past president.

In the past 25 years, the Port Elgin Rotary has raised over 1.5 million dollars for Muscular Dystrophy.

Rotary started with the vision of one man — Paul Harris. The Chicago attorney formed the Rotary Club of Chicago on 23 February 1905, so professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships.

Over time, Rotary’s reach and vision gradually extended to humanitarian service. Members have a long track record of addressing challenges in their communities and around the world. Colorworks is proud to support the Port Elgin Rotary.

To donate and support the great work the Port Elgin Rotary does, please follow this link.

To donate to the Huron Shores Hospice, please follow this link.


Colorworks Cares Day!

Colorworks Cares Days is scheduled for Thursday June 13th at all participating locations across Canada. Our goal is to raise $300 -$500 for each shop.

We will be donating all funds raised to U of T Cancer research and any help you can give us will be going to directly to help conquer cancer. All funds go directly to cancer research efforts at U of T.

If you would like to donate here, click on this link and make a direct donation. Every bit helps!

Also don’t forget to drop by our Colorworks locations and get your car washed for Cancer on Thursday June 13, 2019.