Paintless Dent Repair
The latest innovation in dent repair at an affordable price!
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What are the benefits?
The benefits of Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) can be summed up in three words: Quality, convenience, and affordability. You don’t even have to worry about bringing your car into the shop or figuring out how to function without a ride! We come to you and finish the entire process in your driveway. PDR is by far the fastest and most convenient dent repair method, but that doesn’t mean we skimp on quality. This innovative process results in your car looking better than new!
How Can We Help?
When we use Paintless Dent Repair, we aim to get your car back to pre-accident condition while also fixing the dent quickly, so your life isn’t interrupted. We hope to make the experience as easy as possible by bringing our PDR services to you. That’s what separates us from your typical body shop; faster doesn’t mean lower quality. If we come out to work on the dent and it turns out PDR isn’t an option, we’ll schedule a time to bring your car in, without charging for the house call.
Still curious about Paintless Dent Repair? We’re here to answer some of our most frequently asked question!
PDR is a dent repair process that doesn’t affect the paintwork or use patches of any kind. A specialized technician will massage the dent through the back of the panel with tools designed specifically for this task. After patiently massaging the back of the panel, the dent will begin to disappear as the panel takes its original shape. Dents, divots, and shallow scratches all look good as new.
Unfortunately, no. Paintless Dent Repair is a wonderful, effective, and cost-efficient solution, but only if the paint surface hasn’t been broken. Most shallow scratches, dents, and dings only penetrate the protective surface of the panel without affecting the paint. However, if the paint is buckled or you can see the metal layer of the panel, PDR is not an option. In those cases, we will have to fix the dent through traditional methods. Size and location will also affect our ability to use PDR. A good rule of thumb is if the dent is smaller than a golf ball and doesn’t reach the paint, it can be fixed by PDR. However, just because it’s a large dent doesn’t automatically disqualify it. Even if a dent is as large as a dinner plate or affects the whole panel, as long as it isn’t deep, PDR might be a great solution. By requesting a free estimate, our technicians can determine your dent qualities for PDR.
Yes, the dent’s location makes a difference regarding PDR. Though Paintless Dent Repair is very versatile, there are areas where technicians won’t be able to massage the dent out of the car’s panels. These locations included heavily braced hoods, the very edge of some car panels, and some quarter panel edges.
Unlike traditional dent repair methods, Paintless dent repair doesn’t lower the value of your car! This is because your original paint job is not affected whatsoever! Traditional methods of bodywork repair tend to lower the value of your car because buyers don’t want to pay as much for a car that’s had work done. PDR is virtually undetectable and doesn’t have to be disclosed to new buyers because it’s not considered bodywork.
On minor dents, your car’s panel should look good as new! The deeper the dent and the longer it’s been since the damage occurred are both factors that affect the flexibility of the panel. However, our technicians have very good results even on deeper dents, as long as the paint hasn’t been affected.
Definitely not! We can say with full confidence that the dent will not come back PDR massages the panel back into its original form, so it loses the shape of the dent. It is impossible for the dent to reoccur from the original damage when PDR is done properly.
Absolutely! PDR averages about one-quarter to one-third of the cost of traditional dent repair jobs. We can cut costs because we use way less time and resources in PDR.
Outside of the convenience, lower cost, and higher quality of PDR, there are other benefits as well. PDR is considered much more environmentally friendly. This process fixes the original paint job and doesn’t introduce new toxic chemicals into the environment. Since no new materials are needed in PDR, it lowers your vehicle’s overall carbon footprint.
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