Paintless Dent Removal
Paintless dent removal is a process where we remove dents, dings, and creases from your vehicle without altering the paint finish. That means that we use no fillers, paint, or other materials to restore the dent. Generally speaking, paintless dent removal can be used for dents, creases, or shallow dings that are smooth with a size ranging from dime-sized to basketball-sized or larger.
Our paintless dent repair process can save time and money, verse the typical costs of those associated with traditional repairs.
Hail Damage Repair
Major hail damage can occur before and during a short thunderstorm. Sometimes the dents and damage are obvious. However, sometimes it takes a trained eye and professional equipment to identify the damage to your vehicle.
Our expert dent repair team has over 20 years experience with hail damage. We want to minimize the hassle of being without your vehicle and we strive to get you back on the road quickly.
With hail damage, as with most other accidental vehicle damage, you may be covered by insurance. We can help walk you through this entire process, so that you are protected.
What the insurance process typically looks like.
First, you contact your insurance company to determine your coverage and submit a claim.
Next, give us a call for a free evaluation.
When you come in, bring your estimate with you, if applicable. We will handle all the paperwork with your insurance company at that point.
Other Dents, Dings, Creases
There are so many ways your vehicle can be dented and damaged. Some of these are called dents, dings, or creases. The fact is, whether your car was damaged by a grocery cart, another car, a person, a tree limb, etc, we know how to fix it. The best part is that our state-of-the-art technology, experience, and skilled experts can typically repair your car quicker and without replacing parts or painting your vehicle. That means, you have your vehicle back in a shorter time period and you are able to save money. This is typically a same day service.
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