What is Paintless Dent Repair?
Paintless Dent Repair is the process of repairing minor dents, door dings and hail damage without affecting or harming the factory painted finish on your vehicle. A highly trained technician uses a wide variety of tools to access the inside back of the damaged panel and meticulously massages the area back to a pre-damaged shape.
How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?
If done properly by a skilled Paintless Dent Repair Technician, all repairs that qualify for this process are undetectalbe to anyone. In some extreme cases, the damage area may have a slight “wave” that is nearly invisible to the untrained eye. Even if your paint is slightly scratched, touch up is available.
Who is The Ding Guy?
Our company is designed to be an easy to remember way to contact a repair business that can repair body damage on your car, truck, van, suv or motorcycle. All repair facilities guarantee customer satisfaction and an unconditional lifetime guarantee on all repairs. Our goal is to save consumers time and money whenever possible by using the process of Paintless Dent Repair on dents and dings in their vehicles.
How Much Do Estimates Cost?
Estimates are FREE!
You can even e-mail a picture of the damage to us with the digital camera in your cell phone! Or any other picture you may have that can be e-mailed. Please request your Free Estimate using our website or email us at email@example.com
I Need My Car!
The Ding Guy can help you with arranging a rental car while your vehicle is at a repair facilty for more extensive repairs.
Does My Insurance Cover This?
Yes! We work with all insurance companies. Minor dents and door dings may not be covered under your policy. Usually these types of damage are a per incident bases and a deductible may apply for each dent if they did not occur at the same time. All hail damage and any collision damage is covered under full coverage insurance policies.
How Long Will The Repair Take
If your damage does qualify for Paintless Dent Repair, the process will take only a hour or so for a single dent. For hail damage or multiple dents on a vehicle, the prcoess may take up to two days. If the damage you have needs conventional Collision Repair, the repair can take up to a week or so.