How much does paintless dent removal cost?

Can I afford Paintless Dent Removal?

Repairing dents, dings and auto hail damage can keep your car from rusting, retain its value if you are planning to sell, and improve the appearance of your car.
Many McKinney residents won’t get the damage fixed simply because they are afraid of what they might see on the bill.

We are about to give you the facts about how much paintless dent removal (repair) will cost.

Shopping Cart Encounters & Minor Door Dings

Paintless dent repair is affordable. Foregoing auto dent repair is costly.

Paintless dent repair will save you thousands of dollars over the cost of dent repair at a auto body shop. If the dent hasn’t damaged your paint, paintless dent repair is typically very affordable and can be completed fairly quickly. These typically are the least expensive, and most of the time can be repaired in a matter of hours. For a minor door ding (approximately 1 inch in diameter), you should expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $85 per dent. The cost goes up from there. In most cases, you will pay about $10-$25 for every additional half-inch. The difference in cost is determined by the location of the dent and the severity.

For example, if you have a 3-inch dent, you could pay $115-$185.

Auto Hail Damage Repair

Many vehicle owners go without repairing hail damage dents and dings because they don’t want to pay out-of-pocket or pay the insurance deductible.

What most vehicle owners don’t know is auto hail damage is 100% covered with comprehensive insurance coverage. Hail damage is considered to be an “Act of Nature” or an occurrence that can’t be prevented.

The only out-of-pocket expense most insurance companies require is for the vehicle owner to pay the deductible.

At The Hail Shop, we offer a 100% insurance deductible forgiveness program that covers the cost of your deductible.

In other words, auto hail repair will cost you nothing out-of-pocket.

At The Hail Shop USA, the safety and health of our customers and teammates is our highest priority. We will continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and local public health officials as we adjust our business practices in order to address current challenges.

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