paintless dent repair 101: what you need to know about auto hail repair

You’ve probably heard the saying “When it rains, it pours.” When it hails, however, it can cause serious damage to your car. Honestly, who likes golf ball-sized dents all over their vehicle?

The best, most pain-free method to fix these problems is paintless dent repair (PDR). It’s speedier than other dent repair options, and costs substantially less to boot!

What is the Average Cost of Paintless Dent Removal?

The process can vary in cost, depending on the insurance coverage you have. The size of hail dents also plays a role. There are also companies like IntelliDent that offer no-deductible benefits to their clients. 

How Do the Technicians Remove Dents Without Removing Paint?

PDR technicians have the tools and the know-how to get your car looking off-the-lot new in no time; they are specially trained in using industrial-grade tools to remove dents, whether inside or out. They know the ins and outs of all varieties of automobiles to know the “sweet spots” that gives them the access they need to repair even some of the most persistent dents.

How Long Does it Take to Fix a Dent?

We know you’re wondering “How long will it take for a PDR expert to fix my dents and get you back behind the wheel?”

Big storms have a tendency to hit a lot of cars. Depending on the number of vehicles in front of yours on the wait-list, you might be waiting anywhere from a day to a week. Don’t let that get you down, though–companies like intelligent will keep you on the road in a rental vehicle through the duration of your dent repair.

How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?

A wide range of tools allows technicians to reach into nearly any area of your car. From there, they’ll access the dents and work them out one-by-one.

The PDR process is deceptively simple from a glance. While there are kits available for DIY enthusiasts, they can cause a lot more damage to your car than the hail–not to mention potentially violating your cars warranty!

With access to professional-grade tools and heating mechanisms, our PDR technicians are a lot like “automotive massage experts”: we individually work out the dents from your car with care.

How Much Does It Cost to Fix Hail Damage on a Car?

Repair costs depend on the level of repair you need. Naturally, a lot of dents means more repairs, but with the help your insurance company and IntelliDent, it doesn’t mean that you’ll have to pay a fortune. We offer first-class dent repair services for less.

Here’s a rough estimate (your results may differ) of what PDR costs without comprehensive coverage, based on the level of damage:
Door Dings: $75-125
Large Dents (i.e. Collision dents): $150-300
Whole-Vehicle Hail Damage: $1,000-$2,500

Chances are, a PDR expert will be able to fix the dents quickly and efficiently, saving you time and money. In that event, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the low rates PDR experts like ours will charge for flawless service. We offer:

Pay NO Deductible Benefits
– Fast, Efficient Service You Can Trust
A Rental Car If/While You Wait for Paintless Dent Removal

With other companies (we won’t name names, to be polite), hail damage puts just as much of a dent in your wallet as it did to your vehicle.

Don’t let hail get you or your car down! IntelliDent is here to offer you all of your paintless dent repair needs at a price that’ll make you smile. Call or check us out online today.

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