Paintless dent repair (PDR) is the best method for repairing dents, dings, and hail damage. With the use of specially designed tools, we gain access behind the damaged area and slowly push the metal back to its original shape. Without the use of paint or filler the damaged area is repaired. This method of repair is the least invasive repair for dents. With that, we are able to maintain the value of your vehicle. Repainting dimishes value, regardless of the quality.
The art of paintless dent removal is evolving to be capable of larger damage. This is with advancements in techniques and tools. In particular glue pulling. The glue used in pdr today is a very strong adhesive. Often capable of pulling a lot of metal while not compromising the vehicles paint. This always results in a better repair. Other techniques such as lateral tension have also improved repairs on larger dents. Most of the large dents we come across are minor collision damage. Typically accidents that happen in your own driveway, or parking lots with runway shopping carts. Accidents of this nature often don't result in damaged structural or safety features of your vehicle. This is why pdr is the best choice for these repairs. Your vehicle will remain safe as well as maintain the valuable and most durable paint it can have, which is from the factory. Your vehicle's value will not be diminished from repainting and avoids the unnecessary painting of panels that weren't damaged, with a process called blending. Auto body shops often blend adjacent panels to the panel that was damaged to hide the repair. This isn't to alienate auto body shops, they fulfill a need that we don't. With major collision repair, when structural and severe paint damage did occur. We're just here to tell you, that we may be able to help you with that larger dent.
If you were unfortunate enough to have your vehicle damage in a hail storm. PDR is the best choice to repair the dents. Insurance prefers to have repairs done with paintless dent repair, especially when it comes to hail damage. The goal with any damage to your vehicle is to restore it to pre loss condition. PDR does that by avoiding any bondo or paint. The end result is a repair that will last.
PDR is no longer just for door dings and minor dents. The world of large complex dent repair without the use of paint or filler is growing and at Limitless Dent Repair we are heavily involved in pushing the limit of paintless dent repair.
Utah cities serviced include Ogden, Roy, West Haven, Clearfield, Syracuse, West Point, Plain City, Farr West, Pleasant View, North Ogden, South Ogden, Uintah, Willard, Perry, Brigham City, Tremonton, South Weber, Hooper, Layton, Farmington, Woods Cross, Bountiful, Salt Lake City, Eden, Mountain Green, Morgan, Huntsville, Liberty, Harrisville, Riverdale, Sunset, Taylor, Kaysville, Marriot Slaterville, Centerville, North Salt Lake, and Logan.
Utah counties serviced spans from Box Elder County, Weber County, Davis County, Morgan County, down to Salt Lake County.