Hail Damaged Car Repairs are more common than most people realise. Unexpected hailstorms can cause severe damage to your vehicle's surface usually resulting in dents and dings. The roof, boot, and bonnet are the most likely areas to be affected by hail damage and the cost to repair is often very high depending on the number of dents and the severity of paint damage required for the Hail Damaged Car Repairs.
There are two types of dent removal for repairing Hail Damaged Car Repairs that keep the repair price low. Firstly there are Small to Medium Area Repair Technologies which focus on fixing and painting the hail dented area to avoid having to respray the entire part. Secondly, there is paintless dent removal which allows for hail dent removal without the need to repaint. Unfortunately, if there are cracks and creases in the paint then more extensive and costly repairs are required, usually involving full panel resprays.
Unsure what type of Hail Damaged Car Repairs you need? DingGo has got you covered. If we can save you money and time we will send your job to our paintless dent removal specialists. If it's not physically possible to be repaired using the paintless dent removal technique we will send your job to our trusted network of car repair shops for some competitively priced panel beating and Small to Medium Area Repair Technologies.
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Hail Damaged Car Repairs depend on the number and severity of hail dents. In most cases, panel beaters can save customers money by using the paintless dent removal technique. Due to the wide range in number of dents (and their severity) repair costs for Hail Damaged Car Repairs can vary from $200 to over $2000.
In most cases, if you have “comprehensive car insurance” you will be covered for hail damage. If you only have 3rd party liability insurance you will likely not be covered for hail damage. Contact your insurance company to confirm your hail damage coverage. If it’s an insurance claim DingGo can still help manage the repair for you but you will need to ensure your insurance policy includes 'choice of repairer'.
In short, it's a panel beating technique for repairing small dents (like hail) by pushing or sucking them back out without cracking any paint and therefore without needing to use any paint on the smash repair. This repair technique is significantly faster and cheaper than traditional panel beating however it can only be used for small dents like those found on hail damaged cars. For more information see our page on paintless dent removal.
Small to Medium Area Repair Technologies are used for small damages that can be repaired efficiently without needing conventional panel beating methods. In the case of Hail Damaged Car Repairs, this usually means isolating, painting and blending a minimal panel area where the hail damage is in order to save time and costs.