Stop in to Hometown Collision

Stop at Hometown Collision

Need car work done locally but not sure where to go? Not sure where to turn to? Give Hometown Collision in Ebensburg a chance.

Owners Matt and Adrienne Rosmus grew up in Cambria County and strive to make your experience at Hometown Collision one that will keep you coming back to them in the future.


Hometown Collision provides a wide variety of car-repair services, starting with, as in the name, Hometown Collisioncollision repair. We also fix and/or replace windshields, restore vehicles, do the mechanical work, rotate tires and work on brakes and rotors.

Whatever your car repair needs, Hometown Collision is here for you.


Matt and Adrienne want you to have a positive experience with Hometown Collision, and they facilitate that process by developing relationships with their customers. They encourage people to stop by the shop and say hello even if there is no need for car repair at the time they stop in.

As members of the Ebensburg Main Street Partnership, Matt and Adrienne are committed to being active members of the Ebensburg community.

Hometown CollisionMatt and Adrienne believe that part of a job well done is outstanding relationships with their customers, and they strive to get to know their customers so that they can do a wonderful job for their customers. They believe in strong customer service and look to do what they can to give their customers a positive experience.



Stop in

So whether you need car repairs or just want to come find out what we are all about, stop in at 300 Tanner Street and see Matt and Adrienne today. We are open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and you can schedule after-hours appointments in advance. Call 814-419-8228 or email to get set up.

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Car Troubles? Know What’s Going On

Is your car starting to make funny noises? Not sure what to do? Know when to bring it into the shop.

Angie’s List breaks down conditions you’ll notice with your car and what they can mean.

What’s wrong with the car?

According to Angie’s List, when your car is squealing or grinding while you’re trying to stop the car, brake pads, rotors or calipers need to be worked on.

Angie’s List says if there are oil spots underneath it, it is a sign of an oil leak, which could eventually lead to the engine locking up. According to Angie’s List, if there is green liquid leaking, it’s leaking antifreeze, which could cause overheating.

Angie’s List says that if you’re experiencing a slow start, your battery could be dead or on its way. According to Angie’s List if you feel a lot of vibrating while you’re driving, you could be looking at new tires or a new tire alignment. If you feel the vehicle is running louder than usual, Angie’s List says, it could mean that you’ll need to replace your muffler.

Angie’s List says if you hear squealing when you start the vehicle or turn on the air conditioning, you could need to replace your serpentine belt. According to Angie’s List, that serpentine belt helps run the power steering, the water pump, and the alternator.

What to do

Mechanical Work

If you experience any of these troubles, give us a call. Here at Hometown Collision, we are happy to help with your mechanical work, tire rotations, brakes, rotors, and even restoration, as well as collision repair. We’re glad to service your vehicle, and we hope you trust us with your business. Contact us  by phone at 814-419-8228 or by email at

Knowing when your car needs work is important in maintaining the life of your vehicle. Let us help you maintain your vehicle and keep it on the road problem free longer. The quicker you address car problems, the better off your vehicle will be. You’ve made a big investment with your vehicle. Let us help your money go further.