Local auto body repair shops have seen an increase in business because of the hail storm that passed through York County and surrounding areas last weekend.
Brian Hall, a manager at Carolina Collision, 1012 Hearn St., said they had seen 30 cars in just one day.
Damage on the vehicles has varied, he said.
"I'm doing one now with light damage, but I also did some work earlier with totaled-out cars," Hall said.
Nikki Adams, a receptionist with B & R Body Shop, 955 N. Anderson Road, said business has been "crazy," and the shop has seen so many cars they "can't put a number to it."
Hunt Erwin, owner of Dent Out, which does a lot of work with car dealerships, said, "My phone has been going crazy. Any time a hail storm hits like this, it's hectic."
Erwin estimated he received close to 100 calls between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Monday. Most of the damage seemed to be out toward McConnells - where he said he has seen small dents - to Lancaster County, where he saw broken windows.
The estimated damage on the cars he has seen range from $1,000 to $5,000, he said.
Honda Cars of Rock Hill had about 300 cars on the lot with minor damage and about 100 from customers, said Cam Stewart, the dealership's general manager for 15 years.
"At the lot, we had pretty minor damage," he said. "A little ping here and there, nothing major."
Some of the damage included broken glass and some dents, but at least 80 percent of the cars didn't go through anything "terrible or catastrophic."
Stewart said last weekend's storm wasn't as bad as one in 2003.
"We're better prepared this time," he said, referring to the repairmen and adjusters on site and the service department.
David Choate, sales manager at Burns Chevrolet Cadillac on Cherry Road, had about 30 cars on the lot that Erwin was serving, but 1,000 that had been affected in York County.
"It's always a bummer," Choate said.
Roof repair companies have seen an increase in business as well.
Any time there is a hailstorm, H & S Roofing on 506 Summitt St. sees more calls, said accounts payable worker Sandra Brown.
Terry Howe, owner of Howe's Roofing on 2354 Ebenezer Road, said he has been swamped giving estimates this week, mainly in the Rock Hill and Fort Mill areas.
"It's good for business," he said. "It's sure overwhelming, but I guess we love it."