Top 5 Benefits of Paintless Dent Repair

Paintless Dent Repair, or PDR, is an innovative procedure used to remove door dings, creases, hail damage, and dents on the exterior surface panels of a vehicle.

PDR is performed by hand very carefully with special tools that gain access to the back side of the panel thus not compromising the vehicles original painted finish.

Here are the 5 main benefits explaining why Paintless Dent Repair is superior to conventional dent repair:

Lower Cost

Conventional dent removal often requires the replacement of body panels, the injection of fillers, sanding down the area of repair, and finally color-matching and painting. Each of these steps adds to the cost of conventional dent removal causing the bill to be extremely expensive.

By contrast, PDR doesn’t require the use of fillers, bonding, sanding, or painting a new color application. Instead, PDR allows technicians to remove dents by carefully and precisely using tools to push and massage the dents out from the inside. You pay much less for materials and labor because PDR requires less work and less time!

Shorter Repair Time

Many Paintless Dent Repair services are mobile and willing to come to your residence or your office to do the repairs. This is a wonderful convenience, allowing you to get your car back on the road within a few hours. Due to the materials they use and the time-intensive repairs, conventional body and paint shops cannot offer this option.  In fact, you may end up having to leave your car at a conventional shop for several days before it is ready to go.

Value Retention

It is a fact that dents and dings decrease the resale value of vehicles. When using conventional dent repair services, the value of your vehicle will depreciate in value because you are altering the vehicle’s original painted finish. However, when using Paintless Dent Repair, the value of your vehicle is maintained because it is returned to the original factory condition without affecting the factory paint finish.

Environmentally-Friendly

The paints and solvents used in conventional dent repair release toxic chemicals into the air. With PDR, there are absolutely no hazardous substances generated or released!

Quality

One of the biggest benefits of using Paintless Dent Repair as opposed to conventional dent repair is the quality of the job. In most cases, PDR leaves no evidence that a dent ever existed and you don’t see any effects of the repair in the months or years to come.

With conventional dent repair, there have been many problems with the chemicals used in the process coming undone, such as, a yellowing of the bonding and mismatched paintwork that has been reported to occur years later.

When comparing Paintless Dent Repair to conventional dent repair, there is no doubt as to which process is the fastest, most affordable, and least intrusive process available today. Contact us today to get started.

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