Denver Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)
If you are not familiar with paintless dent repair (PDR) it is simply a process of removing dents in vehicles. It is also the best process for auto hail repair.
Unlike a traditional body shop, the Paintless Dent Repair process is usually far less destructive and restores your vehicle to the condition it was before the hail damage.
Paintless dent repair is a highly specialized process. A traditional body shop would replace a damaged a body panel, sand and repaint it before reinstalling it. With PDR, that panel is repaired by "Massaging" out the dents with tools unique to our process.
Painting a vehicle expensive and can also lower its value when it comes time to trade it in. As much as they try, the paint will never match exactly. It will usually not be as durable, either. At the factory, the paint is baked on before the components are added. The Paintless Dent Repair process is able to preserve your factory paint job.
Not all vehicles are candidates for Paintless Dent Repair. If the paint is cracked or the broken open by a dent, then that part will have to be repainted. Body panels may also need to be replaced if the extent of the damage is so great that it just makes sense to do so. In these rare cases, only those specific body panels would need to be repainted.
A vehicle that has gone through two storms may be totaled where it could have been saved had it gone through one at a time.
A body shop may total a vehicle where it could have been avoided with Paintless Dent Repair. The total cost of repair vs. the vehicle's value is what determines whether or not a vehicle is totaled. Our process almost always more cost-effective. Therefore, we are able to repair hail damaged vehicles for less money. It is also important not to wait until the next hailstorm to get your vehicle repaired. A vehicle that has gone through two storms may be totaled where it could have been saved had it gone through one at a time.
Before and after of a car with light hail damage repaired by Paintless Dent Repair (PDR).
Paintless Dent Repair for hail damage is covered by insurance if you have full-coverage or comprehensive coverage. Insurance companies consider hail damage as a no-fault claim or "Act of God" so getting your vehicle repaired should not affect your rates.
Lastly, if you bring your vehicle to us for auto hail repair, we can waive your deductible. Our Paintless Dent Repair process is so streamlined that we pass the savings directly to you.
If your vehicle has hail damage and think Paintless Dent Repair is your best option, just give us a call. We always have appointment times available and will get you in for free estimate.