2018 started off as a slow hail year with many traveling technicians, known as storm chasers or hail chasers, worrying about their income. With very few catastrophic hail storms in the United States hitting populated areas, 2018 looked like a year the insurance companies would not have to pay out millions in hail damage claims. The state of Colorado alone has changed this with storm after storm pummeling vehicles leaving dents, dings, and many insurance claims in their wake. Between Denver, Colorado Springs and the many cities in between, there has been record breaking totals of damages due to the severe hail storms.
Dealerships and fleet services have been damaged as well as tens of thousands of people in the general public have suffered tremendous economic loss. Hundreds of hail chasers and out-of-town companies have been setting up in body shops, buildings and even working under tents trying to keep up with the demand.
One should be wary before contracting repairs to make sure they get what they (or their insurance payout) is covering. Many companies do not have the systems and policies in place to handle claims or perform repairs up to the OEM standards to return hail damaged vehicles back to pre-loss condition.
That’s where the PARS 360 Program comes into play. We have repaired tens of thousands of hail damaged cars over the years in Colorado and we are here for you. Please watch our short video or call to get a Free Damage Assessment.