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Paintless dent repair (PDR) is a great way to remove minor dents and dings from the body of your car. Also commonly known as paintless dent removal, this method can be used for a wide range of damages, but only if the paint surface is intact. Often used to repair hail damage, bodylines damage, minor creases and door dings, PDR works on both aluminum and steel panels. Even if your car needs painting, the method can still be use to prep the damaged panel, therefore reducing the need for body filler and also reducing your costs. Paintless dent repair is not only quicker, but also a more affordable way of repairing this type of damage. Contact CARSTAR Factory Finish in Round Lake, IL to find out more about our PDR process and technique.
Like any other process in auto body repair services, PDR starts with a thorough assessment of your vehicle. It is important to locate all dents, dings or creases on your car and determine which ones can actually be fixed through this method. It is also critical to establish from the beginning the extent of the damage as some dents or creases, small as they may be, cannot be repaired with PDR if they are too sharp or if the paint has been stretched too much. Once the damage has been assessed and PDR approved, technicians will work on pushing or pulling out the dents from the metal panels, so that no filler or painting would be necessary. The process can take anywhere between 2 and 3 days and it is certainly a more affordable option than traditional repainting. To find out more about what PDR involves, contact our technicians at CARSTAR Factory Finish in Round Lake, IL.
The benefits of PDR are well-known - it is a quick and inexpensive alternative to having a vehicle repainted. But what are the benefits of PDR at CARSTAR? First, you'll benefit from an exhaustive damage assessment process, which is essential in determining not only the number of dents and dings to be fixed, but also their size, location and extent as these greatly impact the technique. You'll benefit from a detailed assessment followed by a detailed repair plan so that there are no surprises along the way. You'll be able to keep costs under control and get back on the road as soon as desired. You will also benefit from the expertise and skills of highly qualified technicians who have great experience in paintless dent repair and can work even with tricky dings or creases.
In addition to paintless dent repair, you'll find a range of other services here at CARSTAR Factory Finish, Round Lake, IL, your one stop destination for auto body repairs. 1. Fleet Services - Keep your company's cars on the road for the longest time. We'll keep your costs low and repairs' quality high. 2. Auto Collision Repairs - From tow car assistance, to insurance and warranty paperwork and vehicle delivery, we take the stress out of any accident. Call us 24/7 and we'll walk you through the process. 3. Hail Damage Repairs - Storms are unpredictable and can cause serious damage. We'll make sure your vehicle is restored to pre-storm condition in a timely and cost-effective manner.
1725 Wood Street,
Round Lake, IL 60073
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CARSTAR offers high quality repairs and is an auto body repair industry leader for customer satisfaction ratings. Our CARSTAR stores take pride in offering a clean and inviting environment. We feature state-of-the-art unibody and frame repair equipment, as well as expert painting, so you can rest assured your car will be fixed quickly and hassle-free.
When Mother Nature strikes, CARSTAR is here to help! From hail dents to other weather related damage, CARSTAR offers a variety of services to help get your car back to pre-storm condition. Storm damage can be impossible to avoid, so we make hail damage repair not only possible, but also quick and affordable. We'll even work with your insurance company to make sure the repairs are covered in your policy.