Small chunks of ice can do a lot of damage to your car. Hail damage repair has changed over the years and dents can now be fixed without doing a new paint job. For years, the only way to remove dents was by pulling it out. Holes would have to be drilled into the dented area and a tool would be used to restore the shape of the metal sheet. Body filler would be applied to smooth the holes over. The damaged area would then be repainted, which is one of the biggest disadvantages of this procedure. This is because the paint job done by the manufacturer is of extremely high quality, so it’s almost impossible to replicate it without bringing your car to the manufacturer. If you do the paint job on your own, you’d be left with a part of the car that was clearly repainted with mediocre materials.
If your area was hit by a hail storm and your car was damaged, the first thing that you should do is contact your insurance provider and file a claim. Write your claim number down and ask the name of people you talk to as well as the adjuster assigned to your claim. Some insurance providers will ask you to get three estimates and send it to them. Make sure to ask where you should go to get these estimates. The estimate is simply an approximation of the amount of money and what the insurance provider believes it will take to fix your car. Clean your car before having it assessed as you will not get paid for the dents the evaluator cannot see.
The next step is finding a company that offers hail damage repair. If your car has large dents with broken windows and paint damage, you may need to look for a full service body shop. For superficial damage and quarterly-sized dents, a paintless dent repair service is the best option.
To get the best price and quote for your hail damage repair and paintless dent repair fixes, contact Quality Auto Body in Lewisville, TX 75057 to get the best quote. Let the auto care professionals at quality auto body fix your hail damage repairs.
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