Do I need to make an appointment for an estimate? (and do you charge for them?)

No, we provide free estimates as a courtesy to our customers.

Our hours are Monday – Friday from 7:30 am- 5 pm. Stop by either location at any time! For location information, check out our Contact page.

What if my insurance company says I have to get three estimates or I have to go to their body shop and meet their adjuster?

Only one estimate should be required. We send our estimate to your insurance company. If changes are needed, we communicate with the insurance company to ensure the repair is done correctly and the insurance company is happy.

Can hail damage increase my insurance rates?

Hail damage should not increase your insurance rate. Hail damage [as well as damage caused by wind, tornados, etc.] is considered an “Act of God” and, as such, are covered by your comprehensive insurance. Insurance companies will not hold these claims against your insurance record.

What is Paintless Dent Removal (PDR)?

Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), also known as “paintless dent removal”, is an auto body repair technique that uses specialized dent removal techniques and tools to gently remove minor dents and dings from the body panels of your vehicle.

Will Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) affect my manufacturer's paint warranty?

No, Paintless Dent Repair gently removes small dents by going behind the damage. This leaves your paint undamaged and your manufacturer paint warranty intact.

Will PDR reduce the value of my vehicle?

No, Paintless Dent Repair will not reduce the value of your vehicle. PDR dents and dings without disturbing the finish. This also means that your car will not require painting.

Will the dents come back?

No, dents repaired using PDR will not come back. Due to the metal’s “memory”, once the structure is properly realigned to the original form, it will stay there.

How can I get my teen to stop texting and driving?

We encourage you to look at the resources available at for distracted driving by the Federal Communications Commission.

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