All kinds of dents can be fixed on many different types of sheet metal including aluminum with paintless dent repair. Door Dings are the most common kind of damage that can be repaired with our process in a short amount of time. Larger dents are also repairable, provided that the damaged area is not stretched beyond the limits of repair and that their location is also conducive to accessibility. Creases are also in our repertoire of case damages that are challenging and rewarding when perfection is achieved. Hail Damage is menacing to automobiles in the mid west and we have perfected the process of removing all those little dings located in areas that may seem irreparable. WE CAN FIX most dents within the limits of reason and save you time and money along with the original factory finish of your automobile.
A large percentage of people attempting to perform this kind of repair are poorly trained, inexperienced and ill equipped to perform this type of repair correctly. This is a difficult process that requires concentration and all the essential tools centered in an environment with all of the proper lighting mechanisms. Even with all of these advantages in a tech’s possession the process is time consuming to achieve a great paintless dent repair.
Choosing a reputable company with technicians that are skilled in PDR and automotive assemblage is very important. This is a professional service, so choose a company with the great regard to integrity; a bad technician can make the affected area worse; it’s not worth any amount of savings or possible loss of paint warranty on your vehicle.
Some simple questions to ask about your Auto Body Repair:
- How long have they been in business?
- Do they have any real referrals? Google, Bing, YAHOO, etc.
- Are they Members of the Better Business Bureau?
- Do they have Garage Liability Insurance?
- Do they have any relationships with Insurance Companies?
- Do they have any Dealership or Body Shop Relationships?
- Do they have a physical retail location and not just a mobile service (Very Important?)
- Does the technician represent them self and the industry professionally?
- Does the Company have a written Guarantee or Warranty?
- Pay attention to the tools they are about to use on your vehicle “A dirty gym bag full of rusty tools is typical” and Not Recommended!