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About Claims

Hail Damage

We work with ALL major insurance companies on hail damage removal. Estimates usually take about 20-30 minutes, and involve determining the number and size of dents on each panel of your vehicle.

Once the estimate is approved by the insurance company, Auto Hail Repair's trained technicians remove interior panels to gain access to the back side of your car’s sheet metal. We then push each individual dent, until the whole car is smooth as glass.

Our process maintains your vehicle’s factory finish and is the most cost-effective and quickest method of repair, preferred by the auto insurance industry.

Most repairs take 1-3 days.

Should I contact my insurance company?

Yes, we recommend contacting your insurance company. Hail damage repair can get expensive. Your agent will have to see the car and write an estimate before any repairs can begin. When you bring your car to About Auto Hail Repair, we will write our own estimate at no cost to you. If there is a difference in cost, we will work with your insurance company on your behalf for getting a supplemental payment.

How do I choose the BEST repair company?

Your best choice is to go to an established company employing expertly trained technicians that specialize in hail damage repair. Auto Hail Repair offers a lifetime guarantee on our work and has a national reputation for excellent quality and customer service. You will always be able to find us if you have any questions regarding your repair. You will find us already working with the local new and used car dealerships, as well as body shops, repairing their vehicles. We have established locations around the country and are always available to our customers.

Auto Hail Repair's mission is to provide Excellence in Customer Service always!

About PDR

What is PDR?

PDR or Paintless Dent Removal is a process for removing minor dents and dings from the body of an automobile. The most common methods of paintless dent repair utilize metal rods and body picks to push the dents out from the inner side of the body panel. Also, the hot glue system may be used from the outside of the panel to pull the dents out. In either case, fine-tuning of the repair often involves “tapping” down the repair to remove small high spots, making the surface flat.

Paintless Dent Removal may be used on both aluminum and steel panels and does not damage the paint or metal. The dents will not come back. Fluorescent lighting is the best option for highlighting the damage, although a light-reflection board will often be used outside. An untrained eye will miss around half the number of hits by hail, and the best repair will be made in our shop at Auto Hail Repair with proper lighting and all the necessary tools.

Dents often look like they might just “pop” out, or even suggestive of a suction cup. The major portions of dents may come out rather quickly, but the art of PDR is involved in removing that last 25% of the dent. Technicians understand how the metal moves and know where and when to push a particular area of the dent. You don’t always start with the low spot. This often means tapping down high spots with specialized hammers. An untrained individual can permanently damage a vehicle panel if attempting a repair.

To gain proper access to the backside of panels it is often necessary to remove and install exterior/interior trim and panels. With hail the headliner is often dropped. This requires extensive knowledge and should be done by a professional. Technicians and specialized R & I assistants are experts at this process.

Why should I choose PDR?

You have two options to consider: Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) and Conventional Body Repair. PDR is quicker and otherwise less costly. If you have comprehensive coverage for your insurance then your insurance company will pay for the repair and in most cases your rates should not increase. PDR is the preferred method and insurance companies would rather have the damage repaired this way.

About Auto Hail Repair

When its time to remove 2,000 dents from your Car, Truck, or SUV ... let the experts at Auto Hail Repair help you decide if your precious automotive finish can be saved by using the PDR (Paintless Dent Removal) process. Most damage caused by hail storms can be repaired with a trained Dent Technician massaging the metal from underneath and putting it back into shape with special dent removal tools and techniques.

We can Repair Dents, Dings, and Creases without sanding off your precious factory paint, and puttying up the dents to fill them; in turn destroying your precious factory finish!

We save your factory paint and finish by gently messaging the metal from underneath with the proper tools and techniques developed over the years to restore your body panels to their intended shape.

Come in today and watch myself, or one of my trained Dent Technicians erase dents from car metal in front of your own eyes.

You will be amazed, I promise you!

  • About Claims

    Hail Damage

    We work with ALL major insurance companies on hail damage removal. Estimates usually take about 20-30 minutes, and involve determining the number and size of dents on each panel of your vehicle.

    Once the estimate is approved by the insurance company, Auto Hail Repair's trained technicians remove interior panels to gain access to the back side of your car’s sheet metal. We then push each individual dent, until the whole car is smooth as glass.

    Our process maintains your vehicle’s factory finish and is the most cost-effective and quickest method of repair, preferred by the auto insurance industry.

    Most repairs take 1-3 days.

    Should I contact my insurance company?

    Yes, we recommend contacting your insurance company. Hail damage repair can get expensive. Your agent will have to see the car and write an estimate before any repairs can begin. When you bring your car to Oliver's PDR, we will write our own estimate at no cost to you. If there is a difference in cost, we will work with your insurance company on your behalf for getting a supplemental payment.

    How do I choose the BEST repair company?

    Your best choice is to go to an established company employing expertly trained technicians that specialize in hail damage repair. Auto Hail Repair offers a lifetime guarantee on our work and has a national reputation for excellent quality and customer service. You will always be able to find us if you have any questions regarding your repair. You will find us already working with the local new and used car dealerships, as well as body shops, repairing their vehicles. We have established locations around the country and are always available to our customers.

    Auto Hail Repair's mission is to provide Excellence in Customer Service always!

  • About PDR

    PDR or Paintless Dent Removal is a process for removing minor dents and dings from the body of an automobile. The most common methods of paintless dent repair utilize metal rods and body picks to push the dents out from the inner side of the body panel. Also, the hot glue system may be used from the outside of the panel to pull the dents out. In either case, fine-tuning of the repair often involves “tapping” down the repair to remove small high spots, making the surface flat.

    Paintless Dent Removal may be used on both aluminum and steel panels and does not damage the paint or metal. The dents will not come back. Fluorescent lighting is the best option for highlighting the damage, although a light-reflection board will often be used outside. An untrained eye will miss around half the number of hits by hail, and the best repair will be made in our shop at Auto Hail Repair with proper lighting and all the necessary tools.

    Dents often look like they might just “pop” out, or even suggestive of a suction cup. The major portions of dents may come out rather quickly, but the art of PDR is involved in removing that last 25% of the dent. Technicians understand how the metal moves and know where and when to push a particular area of the dent. You don’t always start with the low spot. This often means tapping down high spots with specialized hammers. An untrained individual can permanently damage a vehicle panel if attempting a repair.

    To gain proper access to the backside of panels it is often necessary to remove and install exterior/interior trim and panels. With hail the headliner is often dropped. This requires extensive knowledge and should be done by a professional. Technicians and specialized R & I assistants are experts at this process.

    Why should I choose PDR?

    You have two options to consider: Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) and Conventional Body Repair. PDR is quicker and otherwise less costly. If you have comprehensive coverage for your insurance then your insurance company will pay for the repair and in most cases your rates should not increase. PDR is the preferred method and insurance companies would rather have the damage repaired this way.

  • About Auto Hail Repair

    When its time to remove 2,000 dents from your Car, Truck, or SUV ... let the experts at Auto Hail Repair help you decide if your precious automotive finish can be saved by using the PDR (Paintless Dent Removal) process. Most damage caused by hail storms can be repaired with a trained Dent Technician massaging the metal from underneath and putting it back into shape with special dent removal tools and techniques.

    We can Repair Dents, Dings, and Creases without sanding off your precious factory paint, and puttying up the dents to fill them; in turn destroying your precious factory finish!

    We save your factory paint and finish by gently messaging the metal from underneath with the proper tools and techniques developed over the years to restore your body panels to their intended shape.

    Come in today and watch myself, or one of my trained Dent Technicians erase dents from car metal in front of your own eyes.

    You will be amazed, I promise you!