There are many ways that you can get dents or dings on your car. Some ways are your fault, and others aren’t. A natural way that your car may get dents is hail damage.
What Is Hail Damage?
Hail is precipitation in which small pieces of ice fall from the sky and land on the ground. These pieces of ice are harmless, but sometimes, they can fall with such velocity that they leave a sizeable dent or imprint on your car. Any damage that occurs due to hail is called hail damage. A major hail storm can do a lot worse than denting your car. It can shatter your windshield and lights. Thus, people recommend that you keep your car under some overhead protection during a hail storm.
What Is Paintless Dent Repair?
Paintless Dent Repair is a non-invasive method to fix minor dents and dings on your vehicle. It is paintless and, thus, doesn’t involve any extra paint or material. PDR can be used to fix a wider range of dents and damage. It requires that the paint surface remains intact.
Is PDR the Best for Hail Damage?
Hail damage involves a lot of small, minor dents that would otherwise need a lot of time and money to fix. With PDR, if the paint surface on the dents is intact, the certified technicians can conduct PDR in no time. Hail damage rarely ever breaks through the surface of the paint. Thus, it’s easy to conduct PDR on these dents and dings.
Technicians can quickly analyze the dents and inform you about whether PDR can be applied. They can also use tools such as body picks and metal rods to have your car look as good as new as soon as possible.
Furthermore, many dent fixing companies like Dent Guy accept insurance for PDR. It doesn’t matter where that insurance company is situated. All we need is the details of the company, and we’ll send them an invoice.
Benefits of PDR
There are many benefits to PDR. We have listed some below:
1. Insurance companies cover PDR
You won’t have to take money out of your monthly budget to pay the certified technicians. If you have All State Car Insurance, at the Dent Guy, we accept insurances to cover the costs of the repair.
2. It is cost-efficient.
Insurance companies cover PDR. However, even if you have to pay the auto-shop directly, it’s only going to cost you a couple of hundred dollars.
3. It is convenient
PDR is a very popular method of dent repair, which means many shops can conduct it. Thus, you won’t have to travel very far to find someone who can do it in your car.
Why Take Your Vehicle to The Dent Guy?
The Dent Guy auto-shop has one priority, and it’s you. We have certified technicians who have spent years training to conduct PDR. We are constantly perfecting our tools and techniques to ensure that we provide the best service to our customers. If you have hail damage, we accept All State insurance. So, you don’t have to worry about money.
For more information on dent repair using Paintless Dent Repair, contact us at www.thedentguy.com.