Certified Paintless Dent Repair

Your car dents are removed while preserving it's original factory finish!

Hail Damage

Got Dents?

Why your car? Because in today's crazy world....Dents happen!

The Paintless Dent Repair Process

This advanced repair method removes your vehicle's dent, dings, and damage.

Paintless Dent Repair Benefits

Your vehicle's original factory finish is preserved while saving you time and money.

PDR Nation Certification

Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is a method of removing most small dents and dings out of your automobile without disturbing the original factory painted surface.  This process was developed for non-collision type damage including hail damage, door dings, shopping cart dents, fallen tree limbs and other misfortunes.

PDR is a refined craft where dents are skillfully removed rather than covering them up with body filler and paint. Utilizing special tools, we massage the dents out of the metal by applying strategic pressure and leverage from behind the panel until the dents are gone.

More good news: Certified Dent Repair is a pioneer in Paintless Dent Repair methods and innovations. Instead of hammers and dollies, or pulling welded-on pins, Certified Dent Repair uses special long-reaching tools to get behind dents and massage out damage, so there’s no need for repainting or body fillers.

Whether the dents are small or large, if the paint is not broken or cracked, this method can save time and money. Leading auto insurance companies have approved Paintless Dent Repair as their method of choice, and Certified Dent Repair’s techniques meet and even exceed insurance company requirements.

In many cases, the process of dent removal is equal parts art and science, requiring the skilled hands and patience of a craftsman. The result is a panel restored to its original perfect condition.

We stand behind our repair 100%. If you’re not happy you don’t pay! We are fully insured, to protect you and your vehicle. If your dent was repaired correctly, there is no way that the dent will just pop back in. If you bend a piece of metal it will never straighten itself out and likewise if you unbend a piece of metal it will never just go back to being bent.

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