Hail Damage Repair Orlando FL

Hail is probably the most immediate concern of car owners regarding significant damage caused by natural events. While there is almost no way to predict precisely when it will hail, keeping an eye on weather reports and issuing regional warnings can provide forecasts to move your vehicle to a more sheltered location before a powerful storm. It is also wise to be extra careful when parking a car in high winds, heavy rain, sleet, or snow, as these conditions often result in flying debris and reduced visibility.

But in some instances where you cannot avoid hail and your car gets damaged through its duration, then it’s best to call us immediately so we’ll be able to take care of your vehicle.

What service are we offering to fix your vehicle? We use Paintless Dent Repair/Removal!

The Paintless Dent Repair/Removal is a more affordable and less intrusive way of removing minor dents from the body of a vehicle. It works on all kinds of minor dents, dings, and creases, although the shallower the dent, the better the results will be.

Its technique is simple: it uses special tools and gadgets to ‘massage’ and slowly molds the metal back to its original form. It uses metal rods, and body picks to push the dents out from underneath the body panel. It also uses specially designed tabs or glue to pull out the dents from the outside of the car’s panel.

Procedures for Paintless Dent Repair / Removal

Dents are pushed out from underneath the panel or pulled from the front without affecting the car paint.
Metals that push out higher after this procedure are tapped back into perfect alignment.
Also, specialized tools are used to match the original contours of the vehicle.

So, if your car gets caught in the middle of a hailstorm and gets damaged, call us immediately, and we’ll handle the rest for you!

We’re located here in Orlando, Florida but we’re also offering our services in the states of Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana. Started providing services on the East side of the states.

We also cover the following states: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.