What is paintless dent repair?
Paintless dent repair or PDR is a variety of technics used for removing minor dents from the body of a vehicle without the need of repainting. The most common use for paintless dent repair is hail damage, door dings and body creases.
How does paintless dent repair work?
The process uses a variety of custom made tools that manipulate the metal back to it's original form. This is achieved after obtaining access from a range of different entry points around the vehicle.
What size dents can be repaired?
Most non-collision dents can be repaired. Dents caused by car doors and hail stones are permanently removed without any signs of a repair. Even Larger dents, once repaired, cannot be detected by a trained eye. Most customers are completely amazed and wish they would have known about this service sooner.
Will paintless dent repair crack the paint?
No. Today's paints are very flexible and are difficult to break. In most cases, if the paint is not broken prior to the repair, it will not break while it is being repaired.
How much is an estimate?
Estimates are free...
Can I get an estimate over the phone?
Unfortunately it is impossible to determine the size, depth, sharpness and access to a dent over the phone. Our technicians will need to visually inspect your vehicle to determine an accurate estimate.
Is paintless dent repair safe form my car?
Yes, there is no extreme temperature to deal with, and no issues to deal with as in traditional repairs, say no to mismatched paint, blending, sanding or body filler! Your factory paint will stay intact, which is the best finish you will ever have!
Does my insurance cover paintless dent repair?
Yes! We work with many insurance companies. Minor dents and door dings may not be covered under your policy. Usually these types of damage are a per incident bases and a deductible may apply for each dent if they did not occur at the same time. All hail damage and any collision damage is covered under full coverage insurance policies.
Can aluminum panels be repaired?
Aluminum is more difficult to repair than traditional metals, however, a technician with extensive knowledge and experience can achieve perfect results.
Will my auto hail damage claim make my insurance go up?
No, hail storms are considered a catastrophic event. So the damage to your vehicle is a comprehensive claim, unlike a collision that would raise your personal policy rates.