Paintless Dent Repair
Whether you need to repair a dent due to an accident or weather damage, the auto body experts at East Coast Collision will fix dents on any vehicle. We offer clients advanced auto body repair technology that saves time and money.
Paintless Dent Removal
Dents inevitably occur at one time or another to every vehicle. East Coast Collision makes repairs quickly and efficiently using specialized hand tools and the latest industry techniques. Damage due to small accidents, car door dings, shopping carts, bike bumps, or other minor mishaps are smoothed away at a fraction of the cost of traditional dent repair method.
East Coast Collision paintless dent removal is:
Car dealers and rental agencies have used paintless dent repair (PDR) to restore their vehicles for years. Drivers can also benefit from this improved technology that can now remove even large dents from any car.
What is Paintless Dent Removal?
Equipped to handle a single car, to a large fleet of vehicles, dents and dings are completely removed without a trace! Paintless dent repair requires specialized equipment to gently massage and manipulate the dent from the underside of the metal frame and back to its original form. No sanding, paint work, or standard body work required. Paintless dent repair preserves both the appearance and value of your vehicle. Our skilled auto body experts are experienced with accessing the inside of a vehicle’s panels and are among the very best auto body specialists.
FAQ About Paintless Dent Repair
Will the Paint on my Car be Damaged?
No. Paintless dent removal keeps the original factory paint intact.
Will my Dents be Completely Removed?
Minor dents are easily removed with PDR technology and experienced workmanship. Our clients are consistently amazed at the results. A deep dent may require more work. East Coast Collision provides written estimates before starting any repairs to avoid unexpected costs.
Is PDR An Effective Method For All Types Of Dent Repairs?
While PDR is an excellent automotive repair technique used to remove dents on vehicles, in particular it can rarely be applied to vehicles with extensive paint damage. Depth and location determine whether a dent can be fixed using traditional repair methods or PDR.
If you are concerned about dents in your vehicle, consult the auto body repair experts at East Coast Collision for more information and a free estimate.