PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL

Dents happen. Whether it be from a loose bicycle, fly ball, stray grocery cart or hail storm, dents and dings are often an unavoidable reality for vehicle owners. Restoring your vehicle to its original dent-free condition is easier than you think.

WHAT IS PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL (PDR)?

Paintless Dent Removal is a process using special tools and trained technicians to remove dents, dings, creases, and hail damage from vehicles without affecting the original finish and without having to use traditional repair and painting processes. This method is more cost effective and better for the environment. Whenever possible we will use the PDR method to fix dents on your vehicle.

WHAT TYPES OF DENTS CANNOT BE REPAIRED USING PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL?

Most types of dings and dents can be repaired, but there are some exceptions.

  • Sharp, deep dings and dents where the metal has been stretched too far to recover.
  • Dents located near a panels’ very edge. These dents are located on the seam, making access to work the dent very difficult.
  • Dings, dents and creases where the paint is cracked are generally not repairable using PDR.

PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL

Dents happen. Whether it be from a loose bicycle, fly ball, stray grocery cart or hail storm, dents and dings are often an unavoidable reality for vehicle owners. Restoring your vehicle to its original dent-free condition is easier than you think.

WHAT IS PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL (PDR)?

Paintless Dent Removal is a process using special tools and trained technicians to remove dents, dings, creases, and hail damage from vehicles without affecting the original finish and without having to use traditional repair and painting processes. This method is more cost effective and better for the environment. Whenever possible we will use the PDR method to fix dents on your vehicle.

WHAT TYPES OF DENTS CANNOT BE REPAIRED USING PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL?

Most types of dings and dents can be repaired, but there are some exceptions.

  • Sharp, deep dings and dents where the metal has been stretched too far to recover.
  • Dents located near a panels’ very edge. These dents are located on the seam, making access to work the dent very difficult.
  • Dings, dents and creases where the paint is cracked are generally not repairable using PDR.

OUR LOCATIONS

Bowling Green
2418 Scottsville Rds
Bowling Green, KY 42104
Ph: (270) 904-1440
Fax: (270) 904-0044

 

Brentwood
1682 Mallory Lane
Brentwood, TN 37027
Ph: (615) 377-3877
Fax: (615) 377-8677

 

Clarksville
419 Warfield Blvd Court
Clarksville, TN 37043
Ph: (931) 552-3512
Fax: (931) 552-5714

 

Franklin

1543 Columbia Ave
Franklin, TN 37064
Ph: (615) 905-9109
Fax: (615) 905-9110

 

 

Hickory Hollow

1451 Bell Road
Nashville, TN 37211
Ph: (615) 781-2227
Fax: (615) 781-2114

 

Hopkinsville

100 Turtle Creek Drive
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Ph: (270) 889-0900
Fax: (270) 889-0901

 

Lebanon

1504 W. Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Ph: (615) 784-4664
Fax: (615) 784-4665

 

Madison

1535 Gallatin Road N
Madison, TN 37115
Ph: (615) 679-9005
Fax: (615) 679-9462

 

Mt Juliet
202 Belinda Parkway
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
Ph: (615) 758-8876
Fax: (615) 758-8806

 

Murfreesboro
2244 N. W. Broad Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Ph: (615) 848-6808
Fax: (615) 848-9224