FAQS: FIXING HAIL DAMAGE
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Yes, PDR is the recommended repair method by all major insurance companies for fixing hail damage on your vehicle. It’s faster, produces a superior result, and saves the value of your vehicle by maintaining the original factory paint.
DO YOU OFFER A GUARANTEE ON ALL REPAIRS?
AAHail knows how to remove hail car dents so successfully that we have a 100% satisfaction guaranteed, lifetime warranty as long as you own your vehicle.
WHAT IF I DON'T GET MY VEHICLE REPAIRED?
A restriction for “unrepaired damage” is in effect on your insurance policy. Any future claims will be denied until you can get your hail damage repaired. Also, if the damage is not repaired, the value of your car is reduced by the amount of the damage estimate. So, a $15,000 car with $5000 of unprepared hail damage means the car is only worth $10,000 until the repairs are completed.
HOW DO I FIX MY HAIL DAMAGE WHEN I DON’T HAVE MUCH FREE TIME?
The longest part of the repair is waiting for your insurance to approve the repair. Once this is done our qualified PDR technicians have mastered the skill for how to remove hail dents and can usually repair your vehicle in 2 – 4 days.
CAN HAIL DAMAGE REPAIRS INCREASE MY INSURANCE RATES?
No, Insurance companies classify claims into two categories: (1) Collision, and (2) Comprehensive. Car hail damage is a comprehensive claim and is considered an act of God. Acts of God will not increase insurance rates.
DO I HAVE TO GO WHERE MY INSURANCE COMPANY TELLS ME TO GO?
No, as a policy holder, the choice is yours. If you go to a shop recommended by your insurance company, they are under contract with the insurance company and are required to charge a deductible. An independent paintless dent removal shop like American Auto Hail Repair in both Fort Collins and Denver will pay your deductible of up to $1000 and that keeps money in your pocket. Plus, we’re known for fixing hail damage efficiently and affordably, so we are happy to say that you are not limited to your insurance company’s suggestions.