Cameron Park, TX

Paintless Dent Repair in Cameron Park, TX

When you are in need of superior paintless dent repair (PDR) or hail damage repair services, our expert team will make your vehicle look new again.

Severe weather can do a significant amount of damage to your vehicle. Hail is a powerful element and it can leave dents or other damage to your car. And we all know the awful feeling of coming to the parking lot after leaving a store and realizing that there’s a ding or scratch on your car that wasn’t there before.

We offer fair estimates and will not make you pay for something that you do not need. Dent work can be done on just about any make and model, so there is no reason not to call.

Please fill out the contact form below, or give us a call at 888-946-HAIL(4245) to make an appointment today!

You can also drop your vehicle off for hail damage repair using the paintless dent removal (PDR) process at the following locations:

2701 South 14th Street or 2542 North 1st, in Abilene.











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The Cameron Park, TX area has had 0 reports of on-the-ground hail by trained spotters, and has been under severe weather warnings 0 times during the past 12 months. Doppler radar has detected hail at or near Cameron Park, TX on 8 occasions.

Date / Time Report Details
6/1/2016 1:41 AM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 6/1/2016 1:44 AM CDT The severe thunderstorm warning for east central cameron county will expire at 145 am cdt, the storm which prompted the warning has weakened below severe limits, and no longer pose an immediate threat to life or property. therefore, the warning will be allowed to expire. however gusty winds and heavy rain are still possible with this thunderstorm.
6/1/2016 1:28 AM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 6/1/2016 1:32 AM CDT At 127 am cdt, a severe thunderstorm was located near rivera high school, or 7 miles southeast of los fresnos, moving south at 20 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. damage to power lines and some power poles is expected. Locations impacted include, brownsville, holly beach, laguna vista police department, gallegos elementary school, bayview, loma alta lake, palo alto national historical park, del mar heights and port isabel–laguna heights.
6/1/2016 1:09 AM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 6/1/2016 1:14 AM CDT At 109 am cdt, a severe thunderstorm was located near holly beach, or near los fresnos, moving south at 35 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. Damage to power lines and some power poles is expected.
5/15/2016 3:36 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 5/15/2016 3:40 PM CDT The severe thunderstorm warning for southwestern cameron county will expire at 345 pm cdt, the storm which prompted the warning has weakened below severe limits, and have exited the warned area. therefore the warning will be allowed to expire. however small hail and heavy rain are still possible with this thunderstorm. to report severe weather, contact your nearest law enforcement agency. they will relay your report to the national weather service brownsville.
5/15/2016 3:10 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 5/15/2016 3:13 PM CDT At 308 pm cdt, a severe thunderstorm was located over san pedro, or over rancho viejo, moving north at 15 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include quarter size hail. Damage to vehicles. including cracked windshields and minor exterior dents can expected. Some damage to crops and trees is expected.
4/18/2016 11:05 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 4/18/2016 11:08 PM CDT At 1103 pm cdt, national weather service meteorologists detected severe thunderstorms located along a line extending from near rivera high school to southmost elementary school, moving southeast at 10 to 15 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. damage to power lines and some power poles is expected. Locations impacted include, southmost, brownsville, lincoln park, brownsville public library southmost branch, pace high school and perkins middle school.
4/18/2016 10:46 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 4/18/2016 10:50 PM CDT At 1045 pm cdt, national weather service meteorologists detected a severe thunderstorm over brownsville, moving south at 10 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. Damage to power lines and some power poles is expected.
4/18/2016 10:33 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 4/18/2016 10:36 PM CDT At 1031 pm cdt, national weather service meteorologists detected severe thunderstorms located along a line extending from near rivera high school to itec campus, moving south at 10 to 15 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. damage to power lines and some power poles is expected. Locations impacted include, harlingen, san benito, los fresnos, rancho viejo, rio hondo, laureles, downtown brownsville, cameron park, la paloma and southmost.
4/18/2016 10:14 PM CDT Radar Image for Severe Thunderstorms near Cameron Park, TX at 4/18/2016 10:17 PM CDT At 1013 pm cdt, national weather service meteorologists detected severe thunderstorms located along a line extending from near holly beach to stillman middle school, moving south at 10 mph (radar indicated). Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts. Expect minor damage to mobile homes. some roofs. siding and some fences. tree limbs will blow down and small trees will be uprooted. Damage to power lines and some power poles is expected.
5/24/2015 2:53 AM CDT At 251 am cdt, doppler radar indicated a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing quarter size hail and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. these storms were located along a line extending from near arroyo city to downtown brownsville. these storms were movign east at 25 mph.