Paintless Dent Repair or Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) is completed without applying traditional body shop methods such as body fillers, paint or replacement panels. PDR is accepted by insurance agencies. J Ferg Dent Pros process will permanently remove dents, door dings, and hail damage from a vehicle’s outer surface.
Specialized Paintless Dent Repair tools are used to massage the dent out from the interior side of the panel. Which brings the affected area back to its original form. Doing this will not only save you time, but it will also save you money!
Benefits of Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)
Hail Damage is body damage which can significantly decrease the value of your vehicle. Having paintless dent repair completed will restore the value of your vehicle.
Unlike traditional auto body repairs that could take months, Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is much less time consuming. Some shops may even have it completed that day!
Save Original Paint
Keeping your original paint job is a benefit for anyone planning on selling their vehicle in the future. Paintless Dent Removal has special tools that’ll keep your paint in tip top shape.
Protect your Vehicle in a Hailstorm
Knowing what to do during a hailstorm is paramount when it comes to keeping you, your family, and your car out of harm’s way.
Living in West Texas where hail is a relatively common occurrence, it’s a good idea to learn more about what kind of weather patterns often result in hail. The most common would be during thunderstorms, hail forms in an environment where there are strong, upward currents of air combined with lower freezing altitudes.
A good way to prevent hail damage to your car is to keep it garaged or under covered parking. If you get caught on the road during a downpour, here are a couple tips:
• If possible, pull into a covered parking area.
• Pull over to the side of the road, if safe to do so. Doing this will reduce the hail’s impact on your vehicle if you are unable to find a covered area to park.
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