Paintless Dent Repair
Above The Others
The Paintless Repair (PDR) approach removes dents and dings from vehicles without affecting the original factory finish. Our skilled technicians use specially designed tools to form body metal to its original condition. Our PDR process is faster and less expensive than traditional body shop methods of repair.
Paintless Dent Repair is a craft. It replaces the need to spend several days on the repair. PDR has rapidly become the desired method of repair for these types of damages. Repairs can be performed more timely, for less money and at your convenience.
How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?
Using metal rods and picks, one of our skilled technicians massages out minor dings and dents in the finish of an automobile. To perform this, our technicians will work on the dent from the inside of the panel. In simpler terms, the ding or dent is pushed out.
What Percentage of Dings and Dents are Repairable?
Generally speaking, 80 to 90% of the minor dings and dents found on a vehicle are repairable.
What Dings and Dents Cannot Be Repaired?
Most dings and dents can be made to look "better." However, there are some problem repairs.
Here is a list of some problem areas:
• Deep Dents - On very deep dings and dents, the metal is often pushed too deep for a complete repair.
• Dents near the edge of panels - Dents found near the edge of body panels or directly on a seam are impossible to access.
• Dings and Dents with Deep Creases - Usually, traditional body repairs are needed to correct creased dents.
How Large of a Dent Can Be Repaired With Paintless Dent Repair?
The most important aspect of paintless dent repair is not the diameter but the depth. Often very large, shallow dents can be removed.