WHAT SIZE DENTS CAN BE REPAIRED?
Most non-collision dents can be repaired. Dents caused by car doors and hail stones are permanently removed without any signs of a repair. Larger dents, once repaired, can only be detected by a trained eye. Most customers are completely amazed and wish they would have known about this service sooner.
WILL PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR CRACK THE PAINT?
No. Today's paints are very flexible and are difficult to break. In most cases, if the paint is not broken prior to the repair, it will not break while it is being repaired.
CAN I GET AN ESTIMATE OVER THE PHONE?
Unfortunately, it is impossible to determine the size, depth, sharpness and access to a dent over the phone..our technicians will need to visually inspect your vehicle to determine an accurate estimate.
IS PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR SAFE FOR MY CAR?
Yes, by all means..we use no chemicals or extreme temperatures, mismatched paint, blending, no sanding, and no bondo! Your factory paint job is the best finish you will ever have!
WILL MY INSURANCE COVER PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR?
Definitely! Insurance companies see the benefit of repairing hail damaged cars the PDR way! The car is restored to its original finish and the repair time is days rather than weeks.
WHY SHOULD I BRING MY CAR TO DENT SQUAD USA?
We are the experts when it comes to Frisco auto hail removal services…not all auto hail repair is the correct solution and we will recommend a process that warrants the best possible repair for all our customers and their vehicles. Our certified technicians will provide a quality repair that is unmatched in the industry and a lifetime warranty that is yours for as long as you own the vehicle.
What is PDR?
PDR also known as "paintless dent removal", is a collection of techniques for removing minor dents and dings from the body of a car or truck. A wide range of damage can be repaired using PDR; however, usually if there is paint damage, PDR may be unsuitable.
The most common practical use for PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor body creases, and minor bumper indentations. The techniques can also be applied to help prepare the damaged panel for paint. Such applications are referred to as "push to paint".
Paintless dent removal takes time to learn; it is more of an art than a specific set of skills. The ability to successfully remove dents and dings is learned through trial and error. An untrained individual can actually damage a dent if attempting a repair without the correct skills and knowledge. All of our Tech's train for over a year before they are allowed to work on their own.