AVOID OVER-PRICED COLLISION BILLS
Many dents and dings can now be repaired without using a drop of fresh paint. Collision service specialists at Schoner Chevrolet, near Akron/Canton and Kent, Ohio are removing dents and dings from vehicles using Paintless Dent Repair (PDR).
PDR is a technique which uses special tools to remove dents from vehicles without the need for repainting.
Paintless dent removal has become widely used over the past decade by several Ohio Chevy dealers. Yet consumers continue to pay over-priced collision repair bills because they are unaware the PDR process exists...read more or click here to schedule an appointment.
Specially fabricated tools and techniques for PDR were developed to remove dents up to the size of a football. Whether it's a ding on your bumper or a door-panel dent, Schoner Chevrolet has the tools and experience to complete the PDR process. Once the process is complete, the dent is no longer visible.
This fast and cost-effective solution is an alternative to more traditional auto body repair techniques. The benefit of PDR is that it maintains the vehicles factory finish which upholds the resale value of the vehicle.
PDR can repair dents ranging in size if paint is not broken or cracked. It is most effective on model years 1990 and newer. If a dent cannot be completely removed the damage will often times be unnoticeable.
DON'T PAY A DEDUCTIBLE
The widespread use of high-strength metal and resilient paint finishes has allowed PDR to a become a viable alternative to traditional body repair techniques. In fact, insurance companies may waive the deductible if PDR is chosen over traditional techniques.
WHAT CAN BE FIXED?
Paintless dent repair is very effective for the following situations:
- Generally, 1990 model year and newer vehicles
- Paint has not been broken of cracked
- The dent is not near the edge of a panel
- The panel has not had previous body repair