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What is PDR?

Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) is a skillful technique in which our technicians carefully remove the effected panels and push out the dent from the backside without causing damage to your vehicles finish or paint. This process is relatively new, whereas prior PDR practices even small hail damage dings would generally require an auto body shop to remove the dent and then repaint your vehicle where the paint had cracked or chipped during the process..

When should I use Paintless Dent Removal?
Paintless Dent Removal can be used in most circumstances where your vehicle is dented, but not creased, and the paint has not been cracked or chipped. PDR is very effective or repairing damage from hail because hail does not typically chip the paint, but instead causes small, round crater-like dents.
Paintless dent removal is the process in which we are actually able to push out the dents from the inside of the body panel – All while preventing damage to your vehicles paint. Upon completion of your dent repair, there is virtually zero trace that the vehicle panel had ever been dented in the first place.
Will a hail damage claim cause my insurance rates to go up?
In most cases, no. Hail damage is considered to be a comprehensive claim which means that it is no fault of your own.
Why Paintless Dent Removal?
  • Cost effective
  • Does not require repainting or fillers
  • Maintain your vehicles original finish
What if I don’t get my vehicle repaired?
It is possible that your insurance company could put what is called an “unrepaired damage” restriction on your policy, meaning that future claims could be denied until your hail damage has been repaired.
What is my timeframe to open a hail damage claim?
Often times you have up to 60 days from the date of the incident to open a claim. Contact your insurance company to get more information.
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