About PDR 2017-12-27T22:12:58+00:00

“What is PDR?”

Paintless dent removal is a method of removing dings by using specialized tools behind the damaged panel to massage the dent out.

“What are the benefits of PDR?”

Paintless dent repairs are the closest you can get to the the dent never happening. PDR can be done on a mobile basis making it more convenient that a body shop. PDR costs less than conventional repair methods, usually one-third (1/3) to one-half (1/2) the cost. PDR can be accomplished in a short amount of time. Most small dents can be repaired in about an hour.

“What size dents can be repaired?”

Most non-collision dents can be repaired using PDR methods. The limiting factor is the relationship of the dents depth to the diameter. A large shallow dent may be more repairable than a a small deep dent. Dents caused by car doors and hail storms are typically completely removed with out signs of repair. Customers are amazed at the results that can be obtained and wish they had known about our service sooner.

“Can all dents be repaired?”

No, the determining factors are depth and location. There must be access to the dent from behind the damaged panel in order to manipulate the metal back into position. Deep dents where metal has been stretched cannot be repaired 100%.

“Is painting required?”

No! That is one of the most important benefits of PDR. It is a paintless process that leaves the factory finish intact and undamaged. This process helps maintain the car’s value.

“Will my dents be 100% gone?”

For most dents, yes. THE deeper the dent the more difficult it is to repair. We will always explain the level of completeness that can be expected before any work is started.

“What about lease returns?”

Cars being returned on lease that have dents will will be charged for excess wear and tear. Having your dents removed, prior to your lease return inspection, can usually save you hundreds of dollars.

“Can PDR help sell my car?”

Most people judge a car by appearance. If it looks good; it is assumed that it has been well maintained. Used car dealers have used PDR for years to enhance the value of the cars they sell. You will be able to ask top dollar for a clean dent free car.

 “Can PDR help with hail damage?”

Yes, it can. If your car has hail damage, we can help you fix that too. We work with most major insurance companies, so contact us today for a free estimate.

“How long does it take?”

We can repair most dings and small dents in about an hour or less. It depends on the size and location of the dent. Larger dents may take several hours to complete. Vehicles damaged by hail may take more than a day to fix.

 “Can I Learn How to Do PDR Myself?”

You sure can. Contact us to find out more about our full paintless dent removal training.