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Paintless Dent Removal
Our Dentz division offers paintless dent removal. The PDR process does not cost as much as fixing and painting the damaged area. We use the art form of PDR to remove the dent from your vehicle while keeping your factory paint finish in place.
It is often hard to predict if a dent can be removed. One thing that sets us apart from your traditional bodyshop is that we have an in-house dent technician on site. If the dent cannot be removed and fixing/painting the area is necessary…..we will apply the cost of dent removal to the paint repair cost!
Most bodyshops cannot offer this “possible discount” because their paintless dent removal work is subcontracted out!
Hail Damage Repairs
Dentz offers hail damage repair services. In the unfortunate event that your vehicle acquires hail damage, our Dentz team can help you restore your vehicle back to its original shape. We work with most insurance companies and since hail damage falls under comprehensive coverage, your monthly premiums should not be affected.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is paintless dent repair?
A. Paintless dent repair is also known as paintless dent removal (PDR). PDR is a technique of removing a dent from an automobile without using paint. We use specialized tools to massage the dent out and restore the shape of the vehicle.
Q. How do I know if my dent can be repaired without paint?
A. The major factors to consider with a paintless dent repair are the location and size of the dent. If the paint has been cracked, you will need paint. We can fix small and large size dents without using paint depending on the size and location of the dent.
Our Automotive Appearance Specialists will assess your vehicle to determine the likelihood of a successful PDR. In some cases, a severe dent with no cracked paint in a difficult location of the automobile runs the chance of turning into a paint repair during the paintless dent removal process. This is something you will know prior to work being done on your vehicle. Today’s factory paints are flexible and most will not be damaged by the process.
This technique is the only way to repair a dent and keep your factory paint. Should your vehicle need paint, we will put any money spent on the paintless dent repair towards a traditional paint repair.
For the most accurate estimate, please come into the shop so we can take a better look. You may also take advantage of our online estimate by clicking the banner above.
Q. Will my dent completely go away?
A. Each dent is unique. In most cases, smaller dents do come out all the way. The deeper the dent is, the more difficult is to restore the area 100%. Most people are amazed by the results of the PDR process. When you stop by to get your estimate, the specialist will be able to determine the level of improvement and discuss the repair options with you.
Q. How much does PDR cost?
A. Our PDR services start at just $50, but the costs vary depending on the size and location of the dent.
Q. How long does PDR take?
A. Most repairs will be completed in one business day. Your specialists will provide you with more information when you get an estimate.
Q. Do you provide bulk discounts for dealerships?
A. Absolutely. We provide a range of contract services to all types of auto dealerships looking to keep their inventory in top shape. The best part is that we will schedule trips as often as our dealership client requires to handle the entire lot on site.
Click the dealer tab for more information or call the shop at 330-252-9011.
Q. Is this a good service for lease turn-ins?
A. Yes, it is a great service for lease turn-ins. We are able to save you money on costly repairs prior to turning your vehicle in after your lease is up.
See the Services tab for more information on Lease Turn-Ins.