Automotive Hail Repair
So how does this all work? The hail repair process is simple, yet customers often times find it frustrating, confusing and time-consuming! Let us be your customer advocate and minimize all of the headache and burdensome tasks associated with your automotive hail repair (including dealing with the insurance company). We are your biggest advocate because, well, our customers are #1, PERIOD. We’ll handle everything for you and make the process seamless. In the end, you’ll have a smile on your face after the repairs are completed and when we deliver that shiny, brand-new looking vehicle you dropped off to our team at Colorado Auto Hail Pros! We’ll get your car back to its pre-storm condition in less time then a traditional body shop – we GUARANTEE it!
Benefits of Using PDR for
Automotive Hail Repair
- PDR offers customers a quick repair turn-around time (compared to conventional repairs)
- PDR allows you to keep your original vehicles’ paint & original factory parts
- PDR helps to retain original pre-storm condition & value of vehicle
- PDR is a minimally invasive option for repairing hail damage or body dents
- PDR helps to avoid a vehicle history report (such as CARFAX)
- PDR is a green/eco-friendly process – no harmful chemicals are used during the repair process
Why use PDR vs.
When Is Conventional Repair Appropriate?
- If the paint on your vehicle has been cracked, due to damage from a dent, hail storm or other potential accident
- If the metal on your vehicle has chipped, warped or stretched beyond the typical PDR level of hail repair for dents or dings
- If PDR is not the suitable method for repairing the type and size of dent damage on your vehicle
- The customer does not mind using or replacing original, factory-installed parts or applying new paint in lieu of the factory original paint
- The customer won’t mind having the repairs show up on a CARFAX report
Paintless Dent Repair is the preferred method of repair utilized by Colorado Auto Hail Pros, insurance carriers, body shops and our customers for automotive hail damage, however if our technician believes that your vehicle could benefit from the use of conventional repair, the available options will be discussed with you prior to the repairs beginning.
Colorado Auto Hail Pros is capable of handling conventional repairs requested outside of the scope of PDR services, so call (720) 435-9699 if you are unsure which method of repair would be appropriate for your vehicle.
Fleet & Large Lot Hail Repair
Colorado Auto Hail Pros is capable of handling large dealership lot damage, rental car fleet damage or general “large loss” damages from hail storms. With over 16 years experience in the industry, we can deal with the high-volume repair needs facing your business.
What are the Benefits of Large Lot Repair?
Ability to Accommodate Specific Repair Time Frames
Getting the cars back on the lot as quickly as possible to save your dealership money
Fleet / Large Lot Volume Discount Pricing
Special Rates applied for large lot losses (Repairs of 50+ vehicles)
Same Day Response Time (On Request)
We come to your facility to ensure we understand the full project scope before committing to repairs
Partnership with Insurance Adjusters
To handle on-site/on-location estimate process
Complete Repairs, Either On-site or Off-site
At our state of the art, climate controlled, 24/7 security monitored repair facility
Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
Peace of Mind & Security for Our Customers
Capable of Handling Large Loss Projects Beyond Dent Repair
We offer other repairs such as parts, replacement, paint, etc.
We are LOCAL!
We ensure a smooth transition from repair through vehicle delivery to maintain the highest customer service satisfaction for our customers
Small & Large Dent Repair
Don’t let that door ding get you down! Let us take care of those unsightly door dings, small dents, large dents and crease dents using our PDR service without having to repaint or replace parts, keeping your vehicle’s value and original paint intact.
How Does Paintless Dent Removal Work?
1. Assess the Damage
The first step to any repair process is to assess the damage. Where is the dent? How big is the dent? How do we get to the dent? After assessing the damage, and determining it can be effectively removed through PDR (as 80-90% of all dents are), we prepare the area around the dent for the repair.
In most cases, PDR requires you to access the back side of the dent, which means carefully removing body panels, tail lights, or in some cases, interior panels. To perform PDR, you need a pathway to the dent.
2. Gain Entry to the Dent
Once we have access to a dent, it’s time to perform the PDR repair. This is where the precision and expertise of our trained technicians comes into play.
We use a special light board to give our technician a better look at the offending dent from their point-of-view. The board displays a shadow of the dent, telling us where to precisely place tools on the back end of the dent to massage the body back to its original condition
3. Apply Slow Pressure to Work Out the Dent
Special tools are then utilized to carefully massage the exterior back to its original position. The PDR process can be completed with same day service, depending on a dent’s severity, and the results are amazing; even more so considering how non-invasive and quick the process really is.
Our process is often imitated, but never duplicated. All of our technicians participate in a rigorous training course before servicing vehicles. When you choose paintless dent removal from Colorado Auto Hail Pros, you know you are partnering with the original, most trusted source for PDR.