Can any dent be fixed?
Most dents not caused by a collision can be repaired. Some dents that are unable to be repaired include those located on the edge of panels, extremely sharp dents, very large damage, and damage where the paint has chipped off.
Will my insurance pay for repairs?
Yes. Many insurance agencies prefer the PDR method of repairing dents, especially for hail damage. We recommend not filing a claim for minor dents and dings because the cost for that damage is often less than most deductibles. When more and larger dents and dings happen without paint damage, we work with you and the insurance companies for the best repair options.
Why Paintless Dent Removal?
Will my paint be damaged?
No, Paint-less Dent Repair will not damage a paint as long as it is done by a qualified technician. PDR is an art form that can take many years to master. We only hire technicians that have demonstrated quality repairs.
I've got several dents. Is there a discount?
Yes. We will negotiate a lower price for multiple dents on the same panel. For dents on multiple panels, we will work out a deal to service the entire vehicle. This does not include hail damage.
Will my dents pop back out?
No. The PDR process is a permanent fix for all types of dents and dings.
What is glue pulling?
There are some instances where we cannot gain access to dents with our hand tools such as a roof rail. In these instances, we use a technique called glue pulling. We use a special automotive adhesive that is applied to small tabs. These tabs are then placed on the dent and are pulled up using another tool bringing the dent back out to pre accident condition.
How is it done?
Our technicians gain access to the back of a damaged panel where they massage the damage with special rods and a reflection board. It may take up to 100 small pushes before a panel can be returned to its original pre-accident condition.