Hail Dent Repair in Denver Is On The Rise According To Dent Repair Experts

Dent repair from hail damage is needed in Denver after this Summer's wild wind and hail storms which terrorized many residents vehicles around the Denver area.

Englewood, United States - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Restore the value of your car with dent repair from Mile High Dents

Englewood, CO – Cars with dents are a common thing in the United States. Statistics reveal that about 1/3 of all car dents are the result of a car owner accidentally pulling too far into a parking spot or opening their car doors into high curbs, cars parked next to them, and other obstructions. And in Colorado, the state that led the US for hail damage claims in 2018, cars with dents are even more common.

The sad part is that many car owners leave car dents unrepaired for a longer time. Keeping dents unchecked can have potential risks to your car. If the dent caused paint damage at the same time, such problems need to be addressed sooner than later. Rust may develop and cause further damage to your car.

In addition, untreated dents may cause hidden damage which could make driving risky. In the long run, it could lead to problems with the frame, transmission, or tires.

The Dent Repair Authority

Before the problem gets out of hand, it is worth having the dent checked by professionals from Mile High Dents. The company specializes in paintless dent repair or PDR. Using metal rods and hand tools, highly skilled craftsmen will work the metal from the inside out ensuring that the original finish of the car is preserved.

Paintless dent repair will not damage the body paint of a car. The most important benefit of PDR is quality. This is the closest thing to the dent not happening at all. Car owners need not worry about grinding, Bondo, fillers, or primers because the original factory paint remains intact.

Considering dent repair will help increase the value of a car should the owner consider selling it. Mile High Dents works with most insurance companies and will help the car owner in filing a claim. The company will help every step of the way, even providing a complimentary rental car and often covering the insurance deductible in the event of a hail damage claim in Denver, CO.

About Mile High Dents

Mile High Dents is a locally owned and operated company serving Denver metro and neighboring areas with their dent repair needs. The company goes the extra mile in meeting and exceeding the expectations of its customers. Backed by a minimum of more than 15 years of experience, skilled technicians provide the best when it comes to paintless dent repair. Every repair comes with a limited lifetime warranty and 100% satisfaction guarantee.

For a consultation, Mile High Dents can be contacted at (720)240-9047. Visit their website at https://milehighdents.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Nick Barone
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Organization: Mile High Dents
Address: 3910 South Mariposa Street, Englewood, Colorado 80110, United States
Phone: +1-720-240-9047
Website: https://milehighdents.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908270

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