Car Dent Repair

One of the common method to repair car dents in the body of the vehicle is paintless dent repair or PDR. Most of the dents are acquired during accidents. In today’s technology, we can easily fix some minor dent problem.

Dozens of us live with our auto imperfections. But when warm weather arrives and we pay attention to them, or we are considering trading for a newer vehicle, the dents and dings assume greater urgency. The Dent Shop  (469) 233-5880

Paintless dent repair has been around for over two decades. PDR is a process to repair car dents, dings and creases without involving body shop services that typically require sanding and re-painting.

Paintless dent repair is a good technique compared to repair car dents. It is done fast and is cost-effective because dents are repaired manually and carefully so repainting of the area will no longer be needed. The Dent Shop  (469) 233-5880

If you have made the choice in the past to drive away in that brand new car your well aware of protection packages offered by your dealer of choice and now for 2015 there is a stronger presence for wheels, tires, windshield and yes even PDR, Paintless Dent Removal packages.

A large number of consumers today are not even aware that dent techs exist. But these days dealers are pushing these new packages there is stronger presence and knowledge. If you get that nasty dent or ding on your new car it can be the most troublesome experience. Most regret even dealing with a body shop or a car dealer and for the reason being, “cost and inconvenience”. The Dent Shop  (469) 233-5880

How Do We Repair Car Dents?

Our approach to repair car dents depends upon the location of the damage, its severity and the amount of damage that exists on any given part of your vehicle.

If your automobile has, for example, a few small hail dents on the roof, then our approach will likely be to refinish the roof and repair the body. This provides the most cost-effective and long-term approach. The Dent Shop  (469) 233-5880

If you have widespread damage on the fender, then it may be more effective for us to remove the fender and replace it. This can provide a more effective repair than working the metal, which in turn saves you time and money.

Widespread but minor hail damage may be repaired using paintless dent repair. This is a technique where one of our technicians works the metal to reverse the damage without the need to repair car dents or refinish it. This approach can save an average of 60 percent on repair costs and 40 to 80 percent on service time. The Dent Shop  (469) 233-5880