Hail Dents Paintless Dent Repair will eliminate your vehicle dents completely. It is totally different in comparison with the traditional repairs which are done by the body shops. Bondo and sanding techniques are not used in the PDR process. Specialized tools and a unique massage technique used by the technicians will make sure your dent is removed thoroughly. PDR process will help you retain the original finish of your vehicle and hence you can conveniently hold on to your vehicle's resale value. The total operation time, materials used, and the expenses put together comes up to a fraction of its body shop counterpart. I can fix the HAIL out of your car!
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✓ Differences in estimates are common. A lower estimate may not include all the necessary work.
✓ Ideal for hail damage, door dings, small dents and creases
✓ No painting, sanding, or using body fillers such as bondo
✓ Keeps factory paint and finish which in turn keeps the resale value
✓ Most repairs are done on the same day eliminating the hassle and inconvenience of rental cars
✓ Insurance preferred - PDR costs a fraction of traditional body shop repairs Automotive of any make or models
✓ No job is too big or small
✓ Hail Dents provides services for individuals, car dealerships, body shops, and fleets.
What is PDR (Paintless Dent Repair)?
PDR is the fine art of removing hail damage, door dings, small dents, and creases from vehicles by accessing the backside of dents and massaging the damaged area back to its original form.
How big of dents can be taken out of my car?
PDR is limited to removing huge dents depending on the severity and depth of some dents. Dents which occur from hail damage the size of coke cans or smaller are not a problem. If the metal of a dent has been overstretched, the dent sometimes doesn't rise back to its original form. In this case, traditional repair would have to be performed.
I was in a “fender bender”, can I use PDR to remove the dents?
It depends on the severity of the dent. If the paint has been cracked, the vehicle needs to be taken to a body shop for repair.
My car was hit by an object. Can I use PDR to remove the dents?
Most likely. We have removed dents caused by baseballs, golf balls, livestock, and deer.
Will my auto insurance pay for PDR?
In most cases, yes! Keep in mind that some small repairs can be done for less than your deductible. If repairs exceed your deductible, it would be in the customer’s best interest if the insurance agent is contacted. At Hail Dents, the customer will always experience convenient, quality repairs. If your vehicle has hail damage, notify your insurance company and call Hail Dents for your FREE mobile estimate.
How long does PDR take?
Door ding repairs can be done while you wait. When hail damage is involved, the repair will normally take one or two days. At Hail Dents, service is always quick and efficient, never requiring days or weeks like body shop repairs.
Will PDR hurt the value of my vehicle?
No! PDR actually helps hold the resale value of your vehicle by preserving the original factory finish.
How much money can I expect to save using PDR versus traditional body shop methods?
You can expect to save 30% to 50% of the cost of body shop repairs. This means you keep more money in your pocket! Hail Dents does not have the overhead of body shops such as primer, bondo, and expensive paints, so the savings are passed on to our customers.
300 Dallas Dr,
Denton, TX 76205