Sometimes it feels like our vehicles are dent magnets! Everything from hail to runaway shopping carts can ding, crease, and damage the exterior. How do you repair them? What’s the easiest, most cost-effective way to do it? We know you have a lot of questions - and we have the answers!


Ah, summer. It's time for warm weather, the water, and backyard grilling. Unfortunately, it's also time for damaging storms that can produce serious hail. That can only mean one thing for your car: the potential for real damage. There were 5,601 major hail storms in 2016, and that number increased in 2017, according to the NOAA. The associated insurance costs are becoming massive, with one study reporting as much as $15 billion in hail damage nationwide on average. With a growing number of super sized storms, knowing what to do if hail hits and your car becomes the next casualty is key.


The Facts on Paintless Dent Repair

Monday, 04 June 2018 17:07
You come out from the market and begin to load the groceries into the trunk. Suddenly, you notice a huge dent in your car. A shopping cart has clearly attacked your vehicle without provocation, and the evidence is glaring at you - a dent that’s going to be tough (and expensive) to get out, right? Wrong. With paintless dent repair, dings and blemishes caused by anything from minor accidents to hail to gravel on the road could be gone in a matter of minutes.


From runaway carts at the grocery store and parking lot scrapes to hail storms, dents and dings happen when you own a car or truck. There's just no way to avoid it, short of swaddling your beauty in bubble wrap and storing it in a garage. When you do find a blemish, repairing it is essential. Why? Well, it’ll help prevent rust and corrosion from taking over, improve the look of your vehicle - and help you retain maximum resale value. If you’re thinking about trading your ride in or selling it, those dents and dings are really going to matter.