Traditional body shop repairs are a long and dirty process. Your factory paint is sanded down, filled over with bondo, and painted over. While this process works and has its place in the industry, it is a less than ideal solution for most people. It is very expensive, takes a lot of time, and has a negative impact on the resale value of the car.
Paintless Dent Repair removes dents without fillers, sanding, or painting. Instead, PDR makes the metal return to the it’s original shape, without any need for painting or additional work. It is as if the spot disappeared, without a trace.
PDR is a more efficient and affordable repair than traditional auto body repair. It effectively removes hail damage, creases, dings, and dents in an environmentally-friendly way, without harmful paints or fillers. And there is no risk of the dent returning, since the metal simply has returned to its original shape.
PDR’s limitations have to do with the location and depth of a dent. We need access to the underside or backside of the dent, and we can handle dents anywhere from the size of a watermelon to the point of a pencil. If the metal is rusted, stretched, or punctured then a fix is probably not possible.Get A Quick Quote
Hail storms can wreck havoc on your car's hood and roof, leaving hundreds of noticeable dents behind. Paintless dent repairs is the preferred choice to repair hail damage, as it helps retain your car's value and saves your car from being repainted.Repairing Hail damage
As is the case with most skills, it is both an art and a science. There are many people who may call themselves 'PDR Technicians' because they went to school or have a certificate. Be warned - there are plenty of guys that just took an online course on PDR and would love to be paid to practice on your car. Be very careful who you choose, once a PDR repair is attempted and done the WRONG way it very rarely can be corrected and could require the car to be repainted.
The art of PDR is what happens when you combine experience, passion, and a deep understanding of the science. An inexperienced PDR Technician can actually make your problem much worse, cause you more headaches, and will not fix your problem. Play it safe... play it smart - give us a call.