Is dry ice used in the process of PDR?
No, dry ice is not used in the process of PDR.
If the dents have been in my car for a long time will this be a problem to repair?
The age of your car’s dents have no bearing on the repair.
Will my factory paint finish ever flake off at a later date?
No, properly performed PDR doesn’t affect your factory paint finish.
Will the dents you fixed on my vehicle come back?
No, the dents removed will never come back.
Is PDR widely accepted as the kind of repair method that is preferred versus conventional auto body repair?
Yes, PDR is the preferred repair by: insurance companies, auto manufacturers, auto dealers, and leasing companies.
Does depositing my insurance check before I choose a repair shop constitute a finalized or closed claim?
Only if you don’t have the repair work completed before either selling your vehicle or making a completely separate claim.
Will making a hail damage claim cause my rates to go higher?
No, hail damage is considered under comprehensive coverage. “Not Collision”
Do I need to get three separate shop estimates on my vehicle for my insurance company to validate the damage?
No, your insurance company inspects every hail claim. The repair shop you choose will work off the insurance claim.
Why choose Dentworks Collision Cener to do my repair?
Paintless dent removal is a delicate process and demands the best experience at all times. Dentworks Collision Center offers true practical knowledge and takes tremendous pride in our work. We have established a strong reputation for being the best at what we do. We don’t cut corners when it comes to the integrity of your vehicle and more importantly the quality of your repair. Our service is fast, affordable and done right, on-site with a lifetime warranty and satisfaction guarantee.