Do you need a dent repaired? There’s no such thing as a vehicle without a ding (unless you’ve recently visited our Dentz team)! Our paintless dent repair service starts at just $50 and if the dent does not come out to your satisfaction we will put the money you’ve already invested towards a traditional micro paint repair. Our dent removal services are done at our shop in Akron, Ohio. We have a mobile dent removal team as well. Call the shop for details: (330)252-9011.
ABOUT DENTZ: PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR SPECIALISTS
Dentz is a division of Ultragloss specializing in paintless dent repair, dent removal, and hail damage repair. These dent repair specialists have mastered the fine art of dent removal because they have been in the industry for a long time. Our repair technicians have a minimum of 5-years experience removing dents and some of our techs have traveled across the United States performing hail damage repairs because they are so good at what they do.
Traditionally, dent repair and removal is more affordable than traditional paint
repairs because you don’t have to pay for paint. The added benefit to utilizing Ultragloss’s Dentz team is that if you’re not fully satisfied with your paintless dent repair we will put the money you have already spent towards a traditional paint repair.
What is Paintless Dent Repair?
Dent removal aims to remove the damage without using paint. The goal is to restore your vehicle to it’s original shape without altering your vehicle’s finish. Our dent technicians use special tools to massage the metal from the inside out until the damage is virtually undetectable. Since our Dentz team is highly trained and experienced, sometimes they are able to tackle things the competition couldn’t… With shocking results!
What if I have a big dent?
If your automobile has sustained a large or deep dent, or if the damage is through a body line, our technicians may be able to restore your panels close to their original shape and possibly undetectable to the closest look. Unfortunately, sometimes a dent is too big and too deep and may have had paint removed. If this is the case, you may need a traditional paint repair. The only way to be certain is to stop by the shop for an estimate or e-mail 3 pictures of the damaged area to firstname.lastname@example.org.