We understand that your vehicle is an important part of daily life. Some repairs can be done while you wait, allowing you the customer to get back on the road with minimal down time. When looking to get a medium or large and complex dent removed always be sure to check out previous repairs by the company or technician you are hiring!
Just because a repair shop, body shop or technician said that it CANNOT be fixed using paintless dent repair DOES NOT mean that is true. We have had tons of customers over the years come to us for our opinion after being told by sometimes multiple shops in Naperville or Plainfield that their damages could not be removed using the paintless dent repair method!
We are always happy to talk to you about the possibilities of your repairs with our techniques.
How the process works
Our technicians thoroughly inspect the damage to your vehicle to determine whether or not paintless dent repair suits your needs, depending on the depth, size and location of the damage.
We bring years of expertise and loads of five-star reviews to the table, so when you work with us, you know your vehicle will always be in capable hands. After an inspection and documentation of the damage, we’ll get to repairing your vehicle quickly—then check in with you to make sure you’re satisfied before you leave.
1. Can you remove crease dents?
Crease Dents — These dents are typically more complex and time consuming. They are more likely to stretch your vehicle's metal. However, that doesn't mean they cannot be fixed via paintless dent repair. With the advancement of tools, technology and skilled technicians, creases are no threat to PDR.
2. How much does it cost to pull out a dent?
If the dent didn't damage the car's paint, the removal process will likely be affordable. For a 1-2 inch dent, you can expect to pay around $100 to $150. Of course, this depends on the specialist or if Glue Pulling is involved do to location of the dent. Dent repair cost will increase with dent size and depth. Repairing large dents with the PDR process is normally a third to half the price of traditional Auto Body & Paint repairs.
Here is a link to a great article explaining how we measure depth and size of a dent for pricing purposes Vehicle Dent Measurement.
3. Do suction cup dent pullers work?
Dent pullers work to improve the appearance of car dents but are unlikely to create a perfect finish without the skill of a PDR Technician. Unfortunately, DIY dent pullers will not work on deep, angular dents and can cause more damage if not used properly.
4. How long does dent removal take?
For traditional car dent repair, you're probably looking at between 1 to 2 weeks. If the damage qualifies for Paintless Dent Repair, the dent could be fixed in as little time as an hour. Some bigger dents that qualify can take up to 2 days. Some larger dents can still be done in one day.
5. What is the best dent remover for my vehicle?
A&G Paintless Dent Removal!
REPAIR SERVICES INCLUDE:
* SMALL CREASES / LARGE CREASES *
* SMALL DENTS / LARGE DENTS *
* HAIL DAMAGES *
Do you want to avoid the hefty fees and embarrassment of turning in a dented leased vehicle? You’ve found just the paintless dent repair technician team to help! A&G PDR would be happy to fix up your leased vehicle and to do it with our signature affordability, speed, and attention to detail.