Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is a process that uses specialized tools to manipulate the vehicle’s dented metal removing the dents without affecting its original finish. Since your vehicle is not being repainted, hail dent repair costs are significantly lower than a conventional body shop and it doesn’t take as long to repair.
Our service is top quality and fairly priced, as well as being completed by a trustworthy, veteran-owned company. Our mission to provide a top-quality service that is unbeatable and covered with a lifetime warranty.
Paintless Dent Repair Services are needed to restore the value of your car back to its condition prior to the storm.
At R and R we are committed to provide you a fast, effective and convenient hail damage repair to get you back out on the road!
Our paintless dent repair experts will restore your car to perfection in an easy, quick fix. Schedule today with R and R Hail Repair for your car hail damage repairs.
We work with your car insurance company to get you the amount you need to cover your repairs.
We offer to pay for your $500 deductible when you bring your car to R and R! Your cost is $0.00 which means we are completely FREE!
Having said this, the average cost for hail damage repairs typically is in the range of $2000 to $3000 for moderate hail damage with dents on most panels. Heavy damage and deeper hail dents can cost between $4000 to $8000 depending on the amount and cost of parts needing replacement.
We do not want you to lift a finger. We take care of everything from meeting you where ever it is easiest for you, we take care of dealing with the insurance company, completing the estimate, getting you approved and dealing directly with your insurance on your hail repairs. Did we mention that we accept ALL insurance providers?! We make it EASY for YOU!
We made a promise to give back a portion of all proceeds to Supporting Families of Fallen Hero’s with the First Responders Children Foundation.
We support your local community because we want to help the families in need to thrive and live in a safe and happy environment.
When it comes to completing any repair, you want to be confident that the person doing the work is good at what they do! Our highly trained automotive experts not only do the job well but have been trained in Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), meaning that you can have real peace of mind when you use our services.
We use state of the art technology to bring your vehicle back to life and restore the value of your vehicle to what it was prior to the damage being sustained. We are able to work on hail damage, dings, and even creases in the body of your vehicle, breathing new life into it so that you can enjoy driving it once again.
We will assess the work that needs to be done and plan how we will complete it, explaining any dents that are too large for the PDR method. When you are happy with the assessment of the work, you can go ahead and book an appointment for the work to be completed.
On the day you drop it off, we will start working on each dent using our specialist tools, to return your vehicle to its original condition. We do not use new paint on any of the dents as we know it does not restore the car as well as the PDR method.
Paintless Dent Removal restores your vehicle to its original condition without the need to paint or have any intense body work done. This will avoid paint discoloration allowing you to get your car back faster at the same time saving you money.
Our customers are blown away by the quality of the dent and hail damage repair services we offer with PDR, but we think it is an option that just makes sense! No one wants to spend more time away from their vehicle and pay more money than they need to. With R and R, you get your vehicle back fast!
Traditional storm damage repair shops rely on separate body shops and paint shops to remove the dents and respray/paint the affected areas. This is an issue because when a vehicle is sprayed at the manufacturing facility, it hits temperatures of 500 degrees fahrenheit. This heat cannot be replaced in an auto shop as their heat limit is only around 200 degrees. The paint will not be adhered well, and you will end up with a patchy paint job that will need a complete paint job in the future.