If you hate the look of dents and dings on your vehicle's door, bumper or fender, but you worry about the cost of repainting, then Paintless Dent Repair is the right solution for you. The size of the damage and the location will impact whether or not PDR is the right technique for your vehicle, but most minor and unsightly dents caused by shopping carts or bumps in the road can easily be fixed this way. There are other limiting factors for a successful PDR, a very common one being the flexibility of the paint. However, today's vehicles mostly have refined paint finishes which do allow for successful paintless dent repair. The extent to which the metal has been stretched by the damage is another factor to consider before moving forward with such a technique, which is why our expert technicians will conduct a thorough assessment before proceeding with PDR.
PDR is a more and more common technique used by auto body repair shops as it is a faster, more efficient and less expensive method of repairing minor dents, creases or dings. The techniques is based on the use of body picks and metal rods, which push out the dents from the underside of the panel. It can also be performed from the outside, using specially designed tabs and glue to pull the dents out. Once these steps are complete, a fine tuning is required, which oftentimes involves removing high spots by tapping down the repair. Not all dents or damages can be repaired this way, so contact our specialized technicians at Gus' CARSTAR Collision in Philadelphia, PA to learn more and have your vehicle assessed. If PDR is the right technique for your vehicle, then it should be ready in 2 to 3 days, which is one of the great benefits of paintless dent repair.
There are many factors that impact the success of paintless dent repair services, as well as the feasibility of such a solution. The most important of them all is finding the right PDR shop or the right technicians. The method involves careful manipulation of the metal in precise points and at the right height; therefore entrusting your car into the hands of experienced, skilled technicians is a must. This should be your first and foremost criteria when looking for PDR services. CARSTAR technicians have many years of experience in paintless dent repair and have worked with all types of vehicles and all types of automotive paint, as well as various types of dents and dings. We offer full assistance, whether it is liaising with the insurance company or helping you with a financing option, so you can get back on the road as soon as possible.
A vehicle may go through many repairs or maintenance work during its lifetime and having the same qualified, experienced and skilled technicians performing these repairs can keep your car more on the road than in the shop. Finding the best place for your car that provides a wide range of services is therefore essential. Here, at Gus' CARSTAR Collision in Philadelphia, PA, we offer not only paintless dent repairs, but also hail damage car repairs, 24/7 accident assistance, fleet services and auto collision repairs. We are by your side every step of the way, liaising with insurance companies, tow services, car rentals, dealing with paperwork and anything else you may need so that you don't have to turn anywhere else. Contact us today!
9412 Bustleton Ave,
Philadelphia, PA 19115
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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.