What is Paintless Dent Repair?
Paintless Dent Repair or PDR is the process of repairing small dents, dings, and creases from the sheet metal panels on automotive vehicles. All the while, preserving the original factory finish.This is done by a skilled technician. With precision tools, he applies pressure to the back side of the damaged panel to repair the dent. When done correctly the painted surface remains intact and there is no trace of the damage.

What are the benefits of PDR?
The most important thing is getting a quality Repair. When done properly PDR is the closest you can get to your car having never been damaged. This is because it involves no sanding or painting. As long as there is no damage to the paint the dent virtually disappears. Some of the benefits of PDR include:

*Highest quality repair
*Maintain factory warranty
*Cost effective – 1/4 – 1/2 body shop prices
*Same day repair – most repairs are done in about an hour
*No body filler, sanding, or grinding
*No color matching or blends
*Eco friendly – no chemicals or waste
*Retain/restore the value of your vehicle
*100% satisfaction guarantee
*Free estimates

How is PDR different from going to a body shop?
At a body shop the paint is removed from the surface of the damaged area on your vehicle. Then a body filler like “bondo” is applied to fill in the damage. A sander is then used to make it all smooth again, before being resprayed with primer and paint to match your vehicle. This an extensive process which takes time and $money$. With PDR there is no painting involved. We Repair the dent from the inside without disturbing the original paint. Saving you time and money.

Will my dent come back?
No. Once a dent has been repaired correctly with PDR it will not come back by itself. You would have to hit that area again in order to make another dent.

Can any dent be fixed?
We can fix dents ranging from the size of a dime up to very large damage. There are many variables that determine if a dent can be fixed using PDR, such as depth, location, and sharpness or severity. A dime size dent that is very sharp or in a bad spot may not be able to be fixed. On the other hand, a very large dent that looks really bad can sometimes be repaired because it is in just the right place.