Q. How long is my hail damage repair estimate valid?
A. In most situations, there is no real time restriction in which you must get your car fixed. Keep in mind – when you get the initial estimate, the cost is based upon current labor rates and parts cost, which could possibly increase the longer you delay. However, if you choose to forego the hail damage repairs to your vehicle and settle your insurance claim for a cash payment, a restriction for any unrepaired damage will probably be placed on your insurance policy.

Q. What makes your estimates so good?
A. We utilize the same estimating program that insurance carriers use. This provides us an advantage on our competition, plus integrity to get you the repair service you deserve.

Q. Will this increase my insurance rates?
A. Absolutely not. Insurance companies consider hail damage an act of nature which means they won’t increase your monthly rate. Since no one can determine when this type of event is going to occur, insurance companies will not hold these claims against your insurance record.     

Q. How much of my deductible will you pay?
A. We will pay your deductible up to $500, which is average to what most deductibles are.

Q. What if I already filed a claim?
A. Chances are the initial estimate was not the right amount to fix your damage. Let us help you file a supplement for your claim to get the damages repaired properly. Our services are free to you, and your insurance will cover your repairs without increasing your rates. 

Q. How long does it take?
A. It depends on your insurance provider, but we take pride in our prompt services and aim for a 3 to 5-day turnaround.

Q. Do you have to paint my car?
A. No, we do not use any bondo or paint on your car. We use a paintless dent removal process (PDR) that retains your car's factory paint.

Q. Do I have to use the auto body repair facility that my insurance company recommended?
A. No, you have the right to choose any repair shop you trust!

Q. How much does it cost?
A. The actual cost to the consumer is absolutely nothing. Full coverage auto insurance is required for our services. Your full coverage auto insurance will pay for the damages to be repaired for no cost out of your pocket. Your insurance rate will not go up as a direct result of filing a hail damage claim. We will even pay your deductible.

Q. What is PDR or Paintless Dent Removal?
A. Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) process uses skilled technicians and unique tools to very precisly bring the metal back to its orginal finish. The paint is able to withstand such a process and originality with its own elasticity.