Let us partner with you in restoring your vehicles hail damage.

Living in the Denver Metro Area of Colorado makes automotive hail damage an inevitable event in the life of a vehicle owner. We are here to help you through the process of repairing your hail damaged vehicle. Our process of paintless dent repair delivers the highest quality repair available. Schedule your hail estimate today and we will walk with you through the entire process of restoring your vehicle to its pre-damage condition.

Watch A Hail Repair We Completed:

Frequently Asked Questions:

Will claiming hail damage with my insurance company increase my rates?

No, claiming your hail damage will not increase your rates. It is technically referred to as “An Act of Nature” and will not increase your rates ever.

Will you work with my insurance company? Do you deal with insurance claims?

Yes! It is very common to go through insurance with larger claims, especially hail damage. We can help you navigate working with your insurance company to make the the claims process as pain free as possible. See below about hail insurance claims

Do I need to go to a body shop for hail damage repairs?

Almost all hail damage can be repaired with Paintless Dent Repair. In fact, most conventional body shop would contract a company like ours to conduct the repairs. We are expertly trained and certified in the repair of hail damage.

Some things to consider:
  • Your insurance company is not necessarily looking out for your best interest. It is common for them to underbid a repair, suspecting that some customers won’t actually have their vehicle repaired.
  • It is important to have your vehicle repaired, especially if you file a claim, because your insurance may not honor future claims if you can not provide proof that you had the vehicle’s previous damage repaired.
  • You, as the customer, have the right to choose who completes the repairs. Some insurance companies will lead you to believe that you have to use one their “recommended” or “preferred” shops. This often has more to do with who gives the insurance companies the biggest discounts and not who necessarily does the best work.