Paintless Dent Removal

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Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as “paintless dent removal”, is a collection of techniques for removing minor dents and dings from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using PDR; however, usually if there is paint damage, PDR may be unsuitable. PDR is proven to be a less expensive way to repair dents and still keep the original finish of the vehicle. Our dent removal process is faster, less expensive and superior in quality to traditional body shop methods.

The most common practical use for PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor body creases, and minor bumper indentations. The techniques can also be applied to help prepare the damaged panel for paint. Such applications are referred to as “push to paint”, or “push for paint”.

Limiting factors for a successful repair using PDR include the flexibility of the paint, and the amount the metal has been stretched by the damage incurred. Generally, the more shallow the dent, there is a greater chance of paintless dent repair being a suitable option. Even dents with a several inch diameter are can be repairable with this method, as long as the dent is shallow and uncreased. Hence, often extremely sharp dents and creases may not be repairable – at least not without painting afterwards, although a very skilled master tech may surprise you with what they can get out.

The technology of PDR has been around for many years, and has become popularly adopted for such purposes as lease return, auction preparation, rental car maintenance, and increasingly, consumer vehicle repair. Consequently, consumer-level awareness of the techniques has increased in recent years.

PDR process is also 100 % environmentally friendly – no toxic materials or chemicals used in this process along with not wasting/recycling old panels.[/toogle]

[toogle title="How Does PDR Work?"]

Our highly-skilled technicians, using specially designed hand tools, gently push the dents out of a vehicle’s body from behind the affected panel. The result is a dent-free panel, with the original paint completely intact. The original parts are not replaced during this process.

The art of removing minor dents, door dings, and fixing hail damage on the metal panels of automobiles, without the use of fillers or paint, is a process by which the dent is worked out from the back side by a trained professional using specialized tools. The results are nothing short of amazing and best of all you will have a blemish-free vehicle which has been restored to its original factory finish.

PDR is 100% environmentally friendly because no chemicals, fillers, or paints are used in the process. No vehicle panels are wasted or recycled.[/toogle]

[toogle title="Mobile Service"]Wouldn’t it be nice to receive the same top-quality service of a body shop in the comfort of your own home? If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you! You may request for a certified technician to come out to your location to provide you with an estimate as well as dent removal service. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.[/toogle]

[toogle title="Hail Damage Repair"]

There’s nothing pleasant about having your vehicle damaged in a hailstorm. And the process of getting it repaired can be even more unpleasant. Dealing with your insurance company and running around town getting estimates takes up a lot of time, and it can be confusing. The good news is that all major insurance companies now endorse paintless dent repair for automobile hail damage, unless the damage is too severe to be repaired with this method.[/toogle]

[toogle title="What Do I Do Now?"]

The first thing to do is to contact your insurance company and initiate a claim. You will be informed where to take your car or truck in order to have the damage assessed by an insurance adjuster.

Hail damage is classified as a comprehensive claim, not a collision claim. If you have comprehensive coverage, you are covered. Whatever deductible level you have chosen on your policy for comprehensive coverage is the amount of the claim you will have to pay out of pocket. Your insurer pays the rest of the claim amount.

Generally speaking, hail damage is considered an act of God by most insurance companies, and does not affect your future rates. However, if your vehicle gets hail-damaged repeatedly, these claims may affect your premiums later. Ask your insurance company for their policies regarding this.[/toogle]

[toogle title="Mobile Hail Team"]Our mobile hail team is nationally renowned and travels state to state in order to assist customers in areas recently hit by hail. Even on the road, we provide the best quality service to our customers. Our hail team has a fast response time and works tirelessly to return your vehicle to its pre-storm state.[/toogle]