Paintless Dent Repair Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Benefits Of Paintless Dent Repair?

The most important benefit is superior quality. This approach comes the closest to the dent never happening in the first place. The original manufacturer’s finish is preserved using PDR. There is no need for painting, no need for body fillers, and no need to be concerned about color mismatching or overspray on other vehicle sections. The majority of dents may be repaired on-site at your home or office in less than an hour. Most significantly, the resale value of the vehicles is preserved. Cost is another significant advantage of Paintless Dent Repair.

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What Can I Expect To Pay For Paintless Dent Repair?

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The cost of paintless dent repair (PDR) varies depending on factors such as the size, location, and accessibility of the dent. On average, a dent comparable to the size of a golf ball can be repaired for approximately $150, taking less than one hour to complete. For successive dents on the same vehicle, we offer reduced rates. Compared to traditional body shop repairs, PDR consistently costs about 1/3 as much, delivering significant cost savings without compromising on quality. At our facility, we take pride in offering competitive pricing and efficient dent repair techniques, making us the preferred choice for affordable and high-quality PDR services.

Will The Paint Crack When Dents Are Removed?

You get what you pay for, as with anything else. The use of an expert, professional dent removal specialist reduces the likelihood of paint cracking. The sharper the dent in the center of the damage, the greater the risk of paint cracking as a result of dent removal. Prior to performing any operation, Got Dents professionals will thoroughly assess the damage and notify you of the likelihood and hazards of lifting the dent. Remember that Got Dentss specialists employ the most up-to-date technologies and techniques to achieve the best results.

Car Scratch Repair

Many dents come with scratches when the damage is caused by another vehicle or a stationary object such as a post. We can remove scratches with our machine polishers and unique polish formulas, depending on the affected region. If the scratches are severe, we will recommend you to our dependable mobile paint professional to finish the job. Rest assured that we provide comprehensive solutions to both dents and accompanying scratches, guaranteeing that your vehicle appears perfect and is restored to its original state.

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What If There Is Paint Damage?

Got Dents occasionally finds a car that requires paintless dent repair work that is simply too substantial and requires the services of an auto body repair company. In this scenario, our professionals will push the most of the dent out, saving you money on replacement parts, and recommend you to one of our reputable partners to fill in and paint the remainder.

Do-It-Yourself Alternatives

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This is NOT advised! There are numerous items on the market that claim to repair irritating dents on your vehicle. Suckerpad applications available at local auto supply stores are a do-it-yourself alternative to hiring a professional dent removal specialist.

These suckerpad applications wrap around the dent and use vacuum pressure to bring it back to its original location. This is NEVER effective! The risk is that the power employed will deform the metal and fracture the paint, leaving your car in worse shape than when you started. It may end up costing you more to have a dent pro repair both the new and original damage. Most pros will tell you that these solutions are not a cheap option in the long run.

The Tools Of A Professional Dent Removal Specialist

To achieve a clean and flawless finish, a professional dent removal specialist employs a variety of precision instruments. Unlike certain home-made tools and suction systems on the market, dent specialists require a variety of tools to gain a firm grip on the bodywork and apply the appropriate pressures to accomplish the desired results.

Are Your Technicians Certified?

No. There is currently no accreditation for Paintless Dent Repair that is truly recognized. Do insurance companies recognize “Certification”? No. Do you know of or utilize an accredited PDR Technician? No. By delivering quality Paintless Dent Repair performed by the most qualified specialists in the market, Got Dents has gained the trust and respect of customers, dealerships, body shops, and insurance agencies.