PDR Guarantee

Hail Pro expressly agrees to repair the dent, ding, or hail damage as described on estimate for vehicle to the satisfaction of the owner upon completion. Hail Pro guarantees not to alter the vehicle’s color, and that the paint on the said vehicle will not peel or crack after repairs are complete. Hail Pro further guarantees that the dents repaired by Hail Pro will not return for as long as customer owns the vehicle.

Will Hail Pro work with my insurance company claim?

Yes, Hail Pro works with all insurance companies on any claim for all hail claims, as well as other claims for minor non collision related damage. Many repairs, however, can be performed for less than the amount of your deductible.

Why are your prices so much lower than other repair shops?

PDR simply takes less time to complete minor collision damage. Less time equals less cost, so we in turn pass along the savings to you.

What is PDR?

PDR or Paintless Dent Repair is a method of removing minor dents and dings without affecting the vehicle’s factory finish. This is done by very patiently reshaping the metal from the backside of the panel using specialized tools.

What are the benefits of PDR?

  • Quality
  • No Grinding
  • No Bondo
  • No Fillers or primers
  • Original factory paint is not disturbed
  • No paint shrinkage as is typical with most body shop repairs
  • Cost effective – 1/4 to 1/3 of conventional dent repair cost
  • Time Effective – many dents can be fixed in less than an hour!
  • Hail Damage typically fixed in only one day!

Glass Guarantee

Hail Pro’s auto glass guarantee covers against any leaking, any defects in workmanship or any defects in the auto glass. Guarantee does not cover leaking due to corrosion and it is void if the glass is damaged or ownership of the vehicle is transferred.

Will my paint be damaged after PDR?

No. Today’s factory paints are very flexible and will not be damaged in any way by this process. PDR is the only way to repair a dent and still keep your factory paint.

How is a paintless dent repair performed?

Paintless dent technicians most commonly use one or more of the following techniques to repair a dent or ding:
  • Push it out. This is the most common method. Using metal rods and body picks, the paintless dent technician reaches behind the dent to apply pressure from the back. Some disassembly may be required to reach the area in need of repair.
  • Pull it out. Using a special adhesive, the paintless dent technician glues tabs to the dent and pulls from the painted side out.
  • Tap down high spots. If the paintless dent technician pushes or pulls out a little too much on the dent, the technician may need to make fine adjustments by tapping down the high spots.

The key to performing quality repairs is knowing precisely where to push or pull and how much force to apply. It’s a tedious process that requires a steady and patient hand and some serious expertise and experience. Hail Pro uses a specialized repair light that projects thin parallel lines on the surface of the area. These lines appear warped when projected on a dent. The light magnifies any defects, enabling the PDR technician to more precisely position his tool and know how much of a correction is necessary.

How much do you charge to repair a typical dent?

Unfortunately, no dent is typical. Some dents are more challenging than others to repair, and some areas are more difficult to reach. In almost all cases, however, the cost is significantly less than a traditional auto body repair (typically about 40% to 70% less), and the results are nearly as good… sometimes even better.

How long does it take?

A qualified paintless dent repair technician can fix a typical dent or ding within an hour, depending on the size, shape, depth, and location of the dent. If the technician must remove parts of the vehicle to reach behind the dent, more time is required, but paintless dent repair is almost always much faster than traditional auto body repair.