Every year Colorado hail storms do an incredible amount of damage to our property and our cars seem to take the brunt of it. While there are steps you can take to prevent hail damage, sometimes it is simply beyond our control. If your car has suffered some hail damage, we can help with our paintless dent removal service.
WHAT IS PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL ?
Paintless dent removal is a type of dent removal that does not require a damaged vehicle panel to be repainted. This process can be used to repair dents, dings, and minor creases in flat or curved body panels as long as the paint surface is intact.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Our technicians use the latest tools and techniques to push, pull, and tap out most dents that are commonly caused by hail damage. The process mostly involves using rods and body picks to push the dents out from the underside of the damaged panel. This reduces and eliminates the need for expensive body filling and repainting that would otherwise be required.
HOW LONG DOES PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL TAKE?
On average, the paintless dent removal process usually takes one or two days. Although, if the damage is really severe it can take up to a week. Either way all you have to do is drop your car off and let our expert technicians make the necessary repairs. When you come back to pick up your vehicle, it will be like nothing ever happened.
WILL INSURANCE PAY FOR PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL?
In many cases, insurance will pay for paintless dent removal. It usually takes about a week to get approval though. We do our absolute best to help make this process as painless as possible. After inspecting your vehicle and submitting the claim forms, if your policy covers hail damage, we will get to work restoring your vehicle and have you back on the road in as little time as possible.
WHAT IF PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL DOESN’T WORK?
If all of the damage is too bad for paintless dent removal we advise you to seek the advice of a body shop. However, if some of the dents can be removed with paintless dent removal, we can still help to reduce the cost of body shop repairs. If we have already started the work, only to find out that the damage is just too bad, a supplement form will have to be filed with the insurance company. Once that is approved, the additional repairs will need to be made by a body shop.