Wednesday, 05 August 2020 15:58
Hail and other damage can leave a car looking like it's had a case of the mumps. Your car has an irregular pattern of dents now, often looking like someone took a baseball bat to it. And it makes sense: pieces of ice the size of golf balls falling from the sky will do that. Even smaller hail still has the same velocity, so that doesn't mean less chance of damage. It just means smaller dents. What do you choose as the solution, though? Paintless dent removal enables you to fix the car without an invasive repair. A body shop is a more intensive - and messier - process that can also be effective. Which is right for your mumps- or baseball bat-victim?
Thursday, 18 October 2018 14:37
By now you've seen a million different ways to fix car dents. You can watch tutorial videos online, and then you can watch all the videos debunking those tutorial videos. This makes it genuinely confusing to know what will really work and what won't. You also need to know what fixes might cause other damage, and how to avoid this. Don't make your only research a YouTube video. Dig a little deeper, read up a bit, and call a local dent repair business. Often, if it can be solved at home, a dent repair business will let you know. If it can't, bring it in and you'll avoid any unnecessary risks.
Wednesday, 01 August 2018 15:23
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!
Friday, 06 July 2018 17:54
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.