Cold and Dents: How Winter Weather Increases Damage Risks

A dent in your vehicle can be very unsightly and can reduce the overall value of your car or truck. It can have a great impact than that, however. In fact, dents can lead to further damage to your vehicle if you don’t get them fixed right away.

When repairing a dent in the body of a vehicle during the winter, the metal or plastic that is dented needs to be warmed up properly before the dent is addressed. If it’s not, making the repair in below-freezing temperatures can damage the paint on your vehicle, potentially causing chips and cracks during the repair process. That’s why it’s so important to work with a team of professionals who are experienced with fixing dents during the winter months.

The business that you work with for your dent repair should always work on your vehicle indoors during the winter in a climate-controlled area and should take all of the necessary steps to avoid damage risks. That’s why at Impact Paintless Dent Repair, we perform our dent repairs inside our shops where we can work in more climate-controlled conditions to preserve the integrity of your vehicle’s paint. This allows our staff to complete the dent repair in comfort while also protecting your paint and preventing future concerns with rust damage or needing to have your vehicle repainted. 

Impact Paintless Dent Repair relies on a number of custom-made tools to manipulate the metal on cars back to its original form after it is dented. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with the work that we do, and once we are done, you won’t be able to tell that your vehicle was ever dented in the first place. Whether you sustain a dent in the middle of the summer or the middle of the winter, we have experience fixing all kinds of damage. Call the Impact Paintless Dent Repair location nearest you to schedule a repair appointment today.

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