After your car has been damaged by hail, there’s an assortment of ways you can get it repaired. If your windows or windshield is cracked, you can get an auto glass replacement. If your paint is chipped, you can get your car repainted.
If the hail dented your car, consider Paintless Dent Repair, or PDR. PDR removes the dents or creases in your car without damaging the paint job in the process. This process is easier for you and is the cheapest way to deal with dents.
The PDR process begins with a skilled technician taking a look at the damage to your car. At this point, they will examine all of the damage and come up with a plan to move forward with. They will look at how many dents are on your car and where they are, and also the most efficient way of reaching and dealing with them.
Once the assessment is done, the technician will have the best idea of what happened to your car and what should happen next. The assessment is a crucial first step to getting the best results and making your car look the best it can.
The technician will then temporarily remove parts of your car, such as the car lights. They will do this to make sure they are repairing your car in the most efficient way.
Temporarily removing parts of your car allows your technician to examine the back side of your car and to look at the damage further than they would have been able to before. This examination is in-depth and makes sure your car is getting the best it can.
After they observe and examine the back side of the dents, your technician will come up with the best plan for fixing the dent and leaving the least amount of damage. They will figure out the best way to pop the dent back into its original position.