PDR: The Smart, Affordable Answer to Vehicle Damage

Door Dents
Paintless Dent Repair, commonly known as PDR, is the process of repairing door dents, hail damage, and even some larger damage without the use of bondo or paint. A trained and skilled dent repair technician uses a variety of tools to access the dent from the backside of the panel and then slowly, push by push, massages and reshapes the dented panel to its pre-damaged condition. If repaired properly, often the the damaged area can be entirely restored whether it be a common door ding, hail damage or even a larger dent.

Benefits of Paintless Dent Repair:

Door Dents
Value: Unlike conventional body shop repair, PDR does not harm your vehicle’s factory finish, thus maintaining the value of your vehicle. Some are not aware that a conventional repair actually decreases the value of your vehicle.
Time: Repairs (besides hail) can usually be completed within a day, compared to 4-6 days at a typical body shop.
Lifetime Warranty: Through our process of PDR, we completely repair the dent and do so with no possibility of the same dent ever returning.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Is Paintless Dent Repair safe for my vehicle?
    PDR is one of the safest options available for your vehicle. Unlike other methods, it employs no harsh chemicals, paint or filler. Our process is, in fact, a form of fine metal work that restores your vehicle’s value through entirely safe methods.
  2. How long do repairs take?
    Most often, average dent repairs take about a day, depending on damage, and hail repairs take 1-2 weeks depending on the severity of the damage.
  3. Will you work with my insurance company? Do you deal with insurance claims?
    Yes! It is very common to go through insurance with larger claims, especially hail damage. We can help you navigate working with your insurance company to make the the claims process as pain-free as possible. See below about hail insurance claims.
  4. Will claiming hail damage with my insurance company increase my rates?
    No, claiming your hail damage will not increase your rates. It is technically referred to as “An Act Of God” and will not raise your rates ever.
  5. Can you help me with my lease return or preparations for selling my vehicle?
    Our process of PDR is a great tool to ready your lease for return or prepare your vehicle for sale. Our rates for the repair of a dent or even multiple dents are almost always cheaper than the dealership’s return fees and is a reasonable way of increasing your vehicle’s value before putting it on the market.
  6. Can any dent be fixed by PDR?
    PDR is a great resource for the restoration of damaged areas on your vehicle, but it is not a “fix-all”. There are limits to the method of paintless dent repair, and sometimes damage is in need of more serious, conventional repair. Often if the damage has cracked the paint or is caved in the edge of the panel, it is likely in need of conventional body shop repair. We are able to recommend some trusted body shops if we are not able to assist you.

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