Paintless Dent Removal

Looking for the best way to repair those dings and dents?

For many reasons, paintless dent removal (PDR) is the best choice to remove dings and dents from your vehicle. Not only will you save time and money, but your vehicle’s original paint finish will be preserved while eliminating the need for expensive materials involved in painting.

PDR is a fraction of the cost (typically one-third) of a traditional auto body repair or replacement. No painting or filler is needed and the majority of jobs are done in less than half a day. Our highly skilled technicians have many years of experience, and customers are often amazed at their ability to restore a vehicle’s value and appearance in such a short time.

What exactly is Paintless Dent Removal?
PDR is a technique used to remove dings and dents from vehicles using special tools, rods and reflective sources. PDR is very effective when your vehicle’s paint has not been cracked or damaged. A dent is meticulously massaged from the inside of the damaged panel, eventually leading to an undetectable repair. This is all done without the use of body fillers (such as Bondo) or painting, which has the added benefit of protecting your vehicle’s original finish.

If your car has sustained a large or deep dent, or if the damage is across a body line, our skilled technicians can restore your panel to very near it’s original shape, undetectable to all but the closest inspection. Fortunately, if we are unable to remove damage to your satisfaction using PDR, we will credit the price toward a traditional auto body repair involving repainting. Therefore, giving PDR a chance to remove your damage is a no-risk option!

PDR is clean, environmentally friendly, and costs much less than a traditional auto body repair or replacement. Since there is no painting involved using the PDR process, there are no color-matching problems. Insurance companies are also recognizing the PDR process. The efficiency and effectiveness of PDR at removing dings, dents and hail damage without depreciating the value of the vehicle with repainting and fillers makes PDR very “insurance friendly.” The Mitchellâ„¢ system recently added a PDR component to their estimating software, further legitimizing PDR and making it easy for insurance companies to agree on pricing. Ask your insurance company if they will cover your paintless dent removal service today!