Temple, TX (November 22, 2022) – Elite Hail Systems, an award-winning automotive hail restoration company headquartered in Colorado’s Denver Metro area, announces the grand opening of their new Temple hail repair facility serving Central Texas. The Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) auto hail damage repair shop is located just north of Temple off of I35.
A late September hail storm quickly followed by an early November storm has caused auto hail damage to a significant number of people in Temple, Killeen, Belton, Harker Heights, Fort Hood, Lampass and surrounding areas in Texas. Elite’s new facility is situated to easily service the entire area.
Robby Searfoss, Founder, Partner, and CEO of Elite Hail Systems, LLC, said: “We’ve had great success in Colorado’s ‘Hail Alley’, where people are pounded year after year by the most frequent hailstorms in North America. We’ve been able to offer our services in Colorado, Texas, Wyoming, Iowa, and now Minnesota. For each of the last four years we’ve been awarded the coveted “Best of the Best” award for Paintless dent repair, in as many as 14 different cities last year.
“We’ve been happy to be able to bring the same industry-changing service to areas that are hard hit and need additional help. Last year, we were able to assist throngs of people in the Austin, TX area, which was so hard-hit, people were on waiting lists for months. A subsequent storm in North Dallas area was another opportunity to help. We were able to help out hundreds of people caught in the mess, and no one ever had to wait. The Temple/Killeen storms were not as devastating, but there are fewer qualified options for people to get the help they need. While the area does have a few smaller operations handling normal circumstances, the widespread impacts created by the two recent storms have a tendency to overwhelm the available help, creating waits, headaches, and unnecessary risk. Our aim is to provide enormous value to a lot of people in trouble right now.”
Elite Hail Systems has become a top choice for automobile owners who’ve been victims of Mother Nature, as Elite’s business model includes not just the expected professionalism and service; but they also routinely cover the insurance deductible for their customers, as well as providing a rental vehicle at no cost during the repair process, resulting in a net zero out-of-pocket cost to consumers. Elite also offers concierge service, including free pick up and delivery of a customer’s vehicle, or simply meeting customers at an area car rental facility in order to trade vehicles and make everything as simple as possible. They are also able to take care of all the insurance headaches for their customers.
Elite’s unusual business model allows Elite Hail Systems to assist auto owners who might otherwise simply ignore the problem and end up losing thousands of dollars in the value of their vehicle. There is a helpful report published on their website to help familiarize people with the process and what to be careful of after their vehicle is damaged by hail.
Rob Nelson, Sales Manager and Partner of the organization, said: “Almost no one understands that even those almost invisible dimples on their car are absolutely devastating to the value of the vehicle. We see good people taking a hit for 6 to 8 thousand dollars and more, all because they had no idea the hail damage was even there, or they thought it was cosmetic and very minor, and they had no idea how bad it is, or how easy it is to take care of it. Unfortunately they find out when they go to trade the car in, turn in a leased vehicle, or if they find themselves involved in an accident while they have thousands of dollars in pre-existing damage. We really love being able to help people avoid these common nightmares.”
Consumers seeking help with hail damage on their car or truck can reach out to Elite Hail Systems with a simple visit, or online, with live chat and online booking, or by calling (254) 856-1986.
Elite Hail Systems
449 Clarence Rd
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