An introduction to PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR
How Does it Work...
PDR is a skill that requires years to master. Learning to “see” the tool on the back of the panel. Learning how to most effectively access the damaged area. We hear quite often how simple we make it look, that is the result of many years of experience. A skilled technician can manipulate the damage and move the metal back to its pre-damaged condition. When done correctly PDR offers a faster, more cost-effective, and complete correction of the damage to your vehicle.
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PDR Step #1
The first step with every customer is an estimate. This is a quick process in which we will evaluate if your damage can be repaired and explain what results you can expect. Provide the exact pricing involved for your repairs. Once you have your estimate how we proceed is entirely up to you. Because every dent is different there is no “one size fits all” option. We may be able to offer an immediate repair or an appointment may need to be made to bring the vehicle back in for the repair. The estimate is required as a first step.
Why Choose Paintless Dent Repair?
It's affordable - since PDR doesn’t require you to purchase new panels or have your vehicle repainted, it’s a more affordable option compared to conventional body shop repairs.
It’s quick-while a conventional body shop repair requires multiple steps and significant time for new parts to be ordered and installed and then painted, PDR is completed through one specialized process that gets your car back on the road fast
Increased resale value-replacing the factory finish will significantly reduce a vehicle’s resale value. Another reason why PDR is highly beneficial because it keeps the original finish intact.
Can PDR fix any dent on my vehicle?
This question we hear every day. There are limitations to PDR. The only way to find out if your vehicle can be repaired with paintless dent repair is for us to evaluate the damage in person.
Some of the possible limitations include
Cracked or broken paint
An inaccessible area such as behind a brace or the edge of a panel
Damage that has been badly “kinked”
Dents that are unusually deep
How Much does PDR Cost?
Every repair is different. Access to the dent will change from different makes and models of vehicles. The depth and size of the damage will certainly affect the cost of a repair. Pricing starts at $99.00 for a quarter-size dent that is fully accessible.
Why Autopro1.com for your Paintless Dent Repair
We have been providing PDR service to Central Pennsylvania since 1997. Paintless Dent Repair is a skilled service. You will not find a more skilled or experienced PDR provider in Central Pennsylvania than Autopro1.com.
Our work is 100% guaranteed. If you are not happy with the results you do not pay. We have worked with this philosophy from day 1. We’ve developed a slogan through the years that our customers have heard many times when we are writing estimates.
“You don’t pay for effort or intentions, you pay for results”