MY VEHICLE HAS HAIL DAMAGE! What is the first step?
If you have not filed an insurance claim but want to have an idea of the cost, we can take a first look and let you know if the cost of the hail repair will be above or below your insurance deductible.
If the cost is above your deductible, the best route for you is to file an insurance claim.
If the cost is below your deductible, paying out of pocket might be a better option for you.
Once you file a claim and receive a preliminary estimate from your insurance, please call or text us at: (254) 681-HAIL (4245).
ATTENTION! Do not be misled by VIRTUAL estimates if requested by your insurance company! These VIRTUAL estimates are almost always underestimated.
Let Keith's Dent Repair handle this estimation process in a professional way to allow the most comprehensive and best hail repair on your vehicle.
If you want us to write you a professional estimate, check our Service & Rates page.
Hail damage removal (before and after) on SUV
Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) by Keith's Dent Repair
Hail Damage - Door Dings - Minor Dents
Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) Specialist
PDR Master Craftsman
(certified by VALE National)
Over 20 Years of Successful
Cosmetic Surgery on Metal
60% to 80% More Affordable
than Conventional Repair
Paintless Dent Repair and Hail Repair:
Please text pictures of the dents to:
(254) 681-4245, and we will respond asap!
600 Amanda Circle, Salado, Texas 76571, United States
Monday to Saturday
By Appointment ONLY; NO walk-ins!
We, at Keith’s Dent Repair, are committed to our central Texas community and we are taking safety measures to protect ourselves and our customers while providing them with excellent Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) and Hail Repair:
• Continuing to work in our shop (5 miles from downtown Salado);
• Practicing social distancing (maintaining a 6-feet personal distance);
• Wearing face masks, as needed;
• Sanitizing surfaces;
• Having hand sanitizers and tissues available;
• Staying up to date on the latest news and additional tips of containment by following reliable sources of information.
It is also important that we all check our local city and county websites for updates and resources.