There is no possible way to prevent hail damage unless your car is in a garage or shelter, and you don’t ever drive it. Then you can ensure you don’t get damage to your vehicle.[Read more…]
Mobile Dent Repair is the the use of paintless dent repair to fix car & truck dents anywhere and anytime.[Read more…]
Hail Damage is almost always covered by your car insurance via comprehensive and collision coverage.
Hail Damage happens to the best of us, and it’s not something we can stop.
It can strike anytime and anywhere, mostly in the summer months.[Read more…]
Yes – hail damage on a car is repairable, unless it has done structural damage to the car.[Read more…]
Yes, Paintless Dent Repair can fix most hail damage. In fact, Paintless Dent Repair is usually the best approach for hail damage since hail usually leaves visible damage that reduces a car’s value without damaging the structure of the car.[Read more…]
Hail damage is often hard to see on a car. Depending on the size of the damage it can be tricky to actually know how much you actually have.[Read more…]
Hail damage will usually not show up on a Carfax report since it is rarely structural in nature and most hail damage repair specialists are not required to report to Carfax.
Carfax is a reporting system set up to prevent customers from buying cars that unknowingly had a fraudulent or undocumented past. It’s a great tool if you are going to look for a used car, but not everything shows up on a Carfax report, and not everyone is mandated to report damages to Carfax.[Read more…]
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is the process of manipulating metal back into its original shape. We use specialized tools and lighting to restore a car’s body back to it’s manufactured condition.[Read more…]