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Getting Prepared for the 2018 Hail Season in Colorado
Hail season is on the horizon and everyone in Colorado knows what that means– it’s time to be on the lookout for dark clouds and thunder because your car is at risk every day. Hail is no joke here in Colorado and every year across the US it causes over a billion dollars in damage to crops, homes, and most likely your car. The truth is you can prepare all you want, park your car under trees and in your garage but sooner our later here at a mile high the odds are in favor of your car getting hit. So knowing and admitting you are vulnerable to hail damage is the first step–the next is getting prepared for the reality of a hail storm. So, what exactly can you do to be prepared and walk around with peace of mind knowing that when your car incurs hail damage you are covered? Well, here at United Hail Pro we have a few ideas for you that we have listed below.
Be Prepared for Hail by Getting Comprehensive Coverage for Your Vehicle
When you have comprehensive coverage, your insurance company will cover hail damage under an “act of God”. You simply need to document the damage and file a claim with your insurance company–it’s that easy. Your insurance company will send an adjuster to inspect your car and give you an estimate the damage repair cost. Finally, they will send you a check for hail damage repairs–including paintless repair if you so chose. The average cost for comprehensive coverage is about $136 per year–which compared to the cost of hail repair is pretty inexpensive. However, you will have to pay your deductible, so that is something to keep in mind when weighing the cost.
Get Acquainted With a Paintless Dent Repair Specialist You Can Trust
Your insurance company will likely suggest that you get your vehicle repaired with their preferred body shop. However, it is not always in your best interest that you get your vehicle repaired by them. In fact, it is pretty well known that many insurance companies preferred body shops that cut corners on the repairs to make up for the commission the give the insurance company for a referral. So do your own research, including finding a hail specialist you trust and knowing the difference between hail repair and paintless dent repair and the implications for your car.
Of course, we hope your car doesn’t get hit by hail this season, but one thing we do hope is–if you get caught in a storm and your car gets damaged, you come to a company you can trust like us. Here at United Hail Pro, we believe in giving your fair pricing on a job well done and with as little downtime as possible. For more information on paintless hail repair by Colorado’s finest hail professional, contact us today!