Quick and Painless Dent Repair

Paintless dent removal (PDR) is an effective and inexpensive way to remove dents, dings and body creases from your vehicle. Traditionally, dents are removed by adding body filler or paint to match the rest of the vehicle’s exterior. This doesn’t really address the dent issue itself. It’s certainly not a long-term solution. And, it can also affect the re-sale value of your vehicle.

PDR does not use fillers or paint. And, it restores your vehicle to its prior condition at a fraction of the cost. The process uses metal rods to slowly massage the dents out. First, we must assess the damage to be sure that it will be effective. 80-90% of dents can be removed through PDR. Then to remove the dents, we will need to create a pathway to the damage by removing body panels, tail lights, ect. This is done in order to access the backside of the dent or crease. Depending on the extent of the damage, the process can be completed on same day service or may take a little longer. It’s a quick and painless process for you and your vehicle. When your vehicle is ready for pickup, you will be amazed at the results.

For example, a hail storm comes unexpectedly. Maybe you find damage from being in a crowded parking lot after eating dinner. If so then you may want to stop by for a quick estimate. Our expert dent removal specialists will get your car back to pre-dent condition.

Carstruction F.A.Q.

Do You Work with Insurance Companies?

We work with all insurance companies, and in fact, we are a direct repair facility for many insurance companies. So, let us know who is your provider.

If My Vehicle’s Frame has Damage, is it a Total Loss?

Frame damage is no longer the nail in the coffin for a damaged vehicle. Modern equipment, techniques, and advanced expertise of the technician allow for even severely-damaged frames to be repaired. Of course, the less damage, the better the likelihood of saving the car.

Can Car Struction Match my Paint Color Exactly?

Absolutely. In addition to working with Porsche and Mercedes-Benz closely to keep paint formulations on hand, our paint technicians can flawlessly blend the new paint into the existing paint of your vehicle.

How Many Estimates Do I Need?

We work with your insurance company to establish an estimate, as do many collision repair centers. Getting multiple estimates is generally not advantageous, as they will all be nearly identical.

Do I Need an Appointment?

We do suggest scheduling an appointment through our easy-to-use form ahead of time. If you find yourself short on time, then please give us a call and we will fit you in as soon as we can.

What Happens if Additional Damage is Found After the Estimate?

Unfortunately, the first observation and inspection doesn’t always discover deep-down damages. During the course of repair, we may find further issues that need to be addressed. In this case, we will contact the insurance company for authorization to pay for any supplemental damages. Then we will notify you before we take further action.