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We’ve identified some of the most commonly asked questions by our satisfied customers. If we haven’t answered your question here, please feel free to give us a call.
When it comes to repairing hail damage, there are a couple of methods available. The first is the bodywork repair process that involves using a compound such as Bondo, which can potentially crack and damage your vehicle’s exterior. Additionally, using aftermarket parts to replace severely damaged panels can also decrease the value of your vehicle.
At Auto Hail Solutions, we use the safer and non-compromising method of Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), which has become the most widely used method in the industry today. Our highly trained technicians utilize special tools that are carefully employed to massage the exterior back to its original form.
Hail damage is categorized under comprehensive coverage, which by law cannot count against you for a claim or result in an increase in your insurance rate. Since comprehensive coverage is considered an act of God and a not-at-fault claim, repairing your vehicle after a hailstorm is the most beneficial thing for you and your vehicle’s value.
In case your vehicle is leased or financed, the finance company requires you to carry full coverage insurance to protect the property.
Although the hail repair service may appear to be free, it is not entirely so. You pay for your insurance every month as per legal requirements, and your insurance provider covers the repair costs. Therefore, utilizing your insurance for hail damage under a comprehensive claim will not have a negative impact on you.
Moreover, insurance providers withhold the deductible amount when they pay out, expecting the repair shop to collect it from the customer. However, at our shop, we waive the deductible, which means there will be no out-of-pocket expenses for you.
Repairing hail damage is a labor-intensive job that demands years of experience and training. At Auto Hail Solutions, we have the most skilled technicians in America who are equipped with cutting-edge tools and technology to restore your vehicle to its pre-hail condition without the need for traditional paint and body work. This ensures that your vehicle’s integrity and factory finish on the paint job are maintained.
Typically, repairing hail damage costs between $75-$110 per dent, with oversized dents costing up to $160. But remember, when you work with us and file a claim, it’s free.