Fort Collins Paintless Dent Repair
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), also known as Paintless Dent Removal, is a cutting-edge, cost effective approach for repairing minor car dents, dings, and hail damage without the need for painting. Since we opened our doors in 2009, Dent Tech has been offering Fort Collins Paintless Dent Repair as a popular alternative to traditional methods used in other auto body shops. Auto professionals all over the world have been practicing PDR for over 40 years, and the public has been enjoying the benefits since the 1980’s.
Is hail damage affecting your vehicle?
If so, Dent Tech has you covered. Many dents, from the size of a pea to the size of a basketball or larger, can be repaired using PDR. Have your car looking brand-new again with PDR performed by a Fort Collins Paintless Dent Repair professional.
How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?
Dent Tech’s auto professionals use specialized tools to carefully massage dents and dings out of your car panel from behind, restoring it to the original shape. PDR doesn’t use any sanding, priming, or painting, ensuring that your panels look like the dent never existed.
Depending on the severity of the damage, most PDR jobs can be finished within a day. You’ll leave with amazing results and the protection of your car’s original manufacturer paint warranty.
What Does Paintless Dent Repair Cost?
The cost of PDR varies depending on how much damage the car has, the location of the damage, and the size/depth of the dents and dings. For a full hail damage repair, most insurance companies will completely cover the cost, minus the deductible.
At Dent Tech, we truly care for our clients and keep their best interests in mind. To honor this, we will work with your insurance company, every time. Check out all the reasons why you should choose Dent Tech for your dent repair? Big or small, give us a call! (970) 939-4840
Paintless Dent Removal Will Work on Most All Vehicles
Although most cars can be repaired with paintless dent removal, not all can. Dents that are too deep or sharp will likely not fully repair because the metal is too stretched.
The depth of the dent is more critical than the size, as dents that are too deep or sharp will likely not repair 100% because the metal is too stretched.
Dents that already have broken or scratched the paint will not repair 100% because the paint is already damaged.