How to Remove Hail Damage in Highlands Ranch

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Removing Dings & Dents from Your Car

When it comes to eliminating hail damage from your vehicle, you have two options: Paintless Dent Repair and Traditional Body Shop.

Paintless Dent Repair vs. Regular Body Shop Repair

On the one hand, Paintless Dent Repair is a technique used to eliminate vehicle damages such as dings & dents, creases, and hail damage without altering the original paint of your car. On the other hand, conventional body shop repairs usually require fillers, bondo, and chemicals, and even repainting is often necessary.

Removing Dings & Dents from Your Car

We recommend that if your vehicle receives a substantial impact or is in a major collision, definitely go to a body shop to repair the damage. For those smaller defects that have not damaged the paint, PDR is the best way to go.

Regular Body Shop Repair

PDR or Conventional Body Shop?

Technique PDR Body Shop
Resources requires fewer tools, resources, and manpower more tools, resources, and workmanship
Speed of service the job can often be completed in a single day Long process; usually takes 3 to 4 days to be completed
Impact Less costly, gentle and non-intrusive Expensive, intrusive, repaint the surface of the car
Effectiveness only metal components of the vehicle can be fixed address issues like scratches or paint chips on any surface
Outcome keeps your car’s frame intact the entire panel is often removed

Vehicle Repair in Denver

Regardless of the repair technique you choose, Auto Rehab has all you need under one roof. We offer the best-in-class PDR services in Colorado, as well as many other car services.

If you need a dent or ding removed from your vehicle, or Bumper Repair, Clear Mask, Complete Automotive Detailing, Cosmetic Wheel Repair, Windshield Chip Repair, Window Tint, and Paint Touchup, contact us today for a free quote!

For the month of December, we will pay your deductible up to $500 for hail damage repair additionally 25% off door dings!
We will be closed on December 24th and open back on Jan 3rd.

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