FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions

Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) is an innovative method for repairing automobile hail damage, door dings, and small dents. PDR has been used for 30 plus years by auto assembly lines, dealerships, body shops and dent companies. By using a specialized technique and tools with reflective lights, the dent is slowly flexed outwards and effectively reversed back to its original condition. Best of all, the entire process is accomplished without the use of bondo, sanding, priming, painting, or new parts. This also means the process is much quicker to accomplish as well. Recent advancements in high-tensile metals and the widespread use of more flexible polyurethane paints are the main reasons PDR has become such a popular alternative to conventional repair methods.

In most cases, PDR can repair dents from .5″ to 3.5″ in diameter. Factors to consider first are dent size, dent debt, dent location, and the current condition of your paint job. It is important to remember while PDR can remove the dent entirely, it will not damage the paint. If you believe your automobile to be a candidate for PDR, please contact us for a free estimate and claim assistance. Paintless Dent Removal may be the ideal solution for your automobile.

PDR will not only save you money initially, it will also restore your automobile resale value or lease termination value 100%. The value of your automoble will not depreciate when PDR is the repair method. It’s exponentially faster than conventional repairs, with most jobs being completed in 2-3 days. There is no bondo, sanding, or painting required saving time and money. We simply remove the damage and restore your vehicle to pre-storm condition and value.

Yes! In fact, we directly work with and are approved by ALL insurance companies. We work with Insurance Companies on a daily bases to ensure you receive a fast, affordable, quality repair with a written lifetime warranty. It is your choice by law to choose a repair facility.

No… Not at all! There are two types of insurance claims, collision and comprehensive. Claiming hail damage is a comprehensive claim that is predetermined in your premiums due to the area you live in. Your rates will not be raised by making a comprehensive claim on your policy.

Yes, and in proud standing with an A+ rating. Need proof? We wouldn’t blame you. Here’s the link: Better Business Bureau.

Contact us in Edmond, OK to save on your auto dent repair services.