Paintless Dent Repair

Does Paintless Dent Repair Really Work?

At some shops, a dent repair job is always quoted with the assumption that new paint will be applied. However, for many dents, this is not really needed. In fact, the most common types of vehicle dents can be fixed with paintless dent repair.
Dents that can be fixed this way are typically shallow, and often, they are small as well. Hail damage and dents from light impacts are perfect examples of this type. These have no severe edges, and they aren't deep enough to have stretched the original paint. When fixed by pushing them out from behind the visible surface, repainting usually is not needed.
Because of this, we offer mobile dent repair for damage of this type. It can be done at your location because there is no need for a painting booth or even large tools. Instead, smaller tools, combined with the skill of the technician, are all that are needed to complete the repair.
Paintless dent repair saves a lot of money, but this isn't the only reason you should prefer it. When new paint is applied to a car that's even a couple of years old, there is a color difference between it and the surrounding older paint. Correcting for this by "feathering" the new paint into the old is a time-consuming and expensive process. The best solution to this problem is to not repaint the car at all.
When you call us for mobile dent repair, we'll come and evaluate the damage to ensure that it can indeed be fixed without the need to repaint. If the dents are rounded and shallow, chances are high that this type of repair will be appropriate. Then, we can fix them right there, and no one will know that the car was damaged.