Whether you have a door ding, a crease or hail damage, our knowledgeable technicians will be able to restore your vehicle to its pre-damaged condition without using the typical methods used by your average body shop. We specialize in paintless dent repair for those unexpected accidents. Hailstorms, door dings from other cars, creases from things falling, and any other weird thing that might cause your car to look less than new. Trust our years of experience to get the job done for you.
At HBM Collision Center, we do not hide your damage, instead remove it from the backside of the panel without the use of paint fillers (body putty), sanding, or repainting the vehicle. Panels are not replaced and painted requiring blending into adjacent panels in order to match paint color and texture. PDR is the preferred “first choice solution” for auto ding and dent repair. It’s also the only form of repair that retains the original body panels and factory or custom paint finish.
What You Should Know About Paintless Dent Repair
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is less expensive than conventional auto body repair. maintains the original finish and is virtually undetectable so it helps maintain the resale value of your vehicle. HBM Collision Center provides car dent and hail damage repair for customers, allowing us to repair the damages to your car at your convenience. Our paintless dent repair is the best way to repair exterior damage to your car. You don’t have to sacrifice the original finish of your car or cover up the dent.
It’s a much less intrusive process for dent repair designed for small to medium repair needs. Our experts use the latest state-of-the-art technologies to repair dents while getting under the vehicle’s “skin” and gently coaxing dented panels back into position — all without scratching or otherwise compromising the vehicle’s paint job.
Paintless dent repair doesn’t take nearly as long to complete as conventional bodywork does. It also helps maintain your vehicle’s value, compared to traditional repairs requiring the use of body filler and the repainting of damaged areas. In the long run, you’ll save more money, retain the value of your car, and PDR doesn’t negatively impact the environment.