Mobile Dent Repair Serving Clearwater, Florida and surrounding areas


Q: Exactly how does dent repair work?

A:Yes, Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is an effective method for removing dents and dings from vehicle bodies. When performed by skilled professionals, PDR can achieve excellent results, restoring the appearance of the vehicle without the need for costly and time-consuming traditional repairs. However, it’s crucial to hire a reputable company with experienced technicians. Inexperienced individuals or companies may inadvertently cause more damage to the vehicle, leading to additional expenses and headaches. Therefore, it’s essential to research and choose a trusted PDR provider to ensure a successful and satisfactory repair.

Q: Will Paintless Dent Repair damage the paint on my vehicle?

A: No, one of the primary benefits of Paintless Dent Repair is that it preserves the original paint finish of the vehicle. Unlike traditional bodywork, which may require sanding, filling, and repainting, PDR involves gently massaging the metal from behind the dent, without disturbing the paint. This ensures that your vehicle maintains its factory finish, helping to retain its resale value and aesthetic appeal.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: It is tough to give an estimate without seeing the damage in question. Dents are available in all shapes and dimensions, and some are less complicated to take care of compared to others. Sent us a photo of your dent by calling or texting us and we will gladly provide a free estimate.

Q: Do I need to notify my insurance?

A: It is not necessary. While dent repair work companies are normally more than delighted to partner with insurance company, the service is so economical it is often less than the deductible. By not calling your insurance company, you can easily prevent your premiums from increasing. 

Q: What types of dents can be repaired with Paintless Dent Repair?

A: Paintless Dent Repair is suitable for repairing a wide range of dents and dings, including those caused by hail, door dings, minor collisions, and more. However, the effectiveness of PDR may depend on factors such as the size, location, and severity of the dent. Our skilled technicians assess each dent individually to determine if it can be repaired using the Paintless Dent Repair method, ensuring the best possible outcome for your vehicle.

Q: What types of dents can be repaired with Paintless Dent Repair?

A: The time required for Paintless Dent Repair varies depending on the size and severity of the dent. Minor dents can often be repaired in just a few hours, while larger or more complex dents may take longer. However, compared to traditional dent repair methods, which can take days or even weeks, PDR is typically much faster. Our experienced technicians work efficiently to complete repairs promptly, minimizing downtime for our customers.