Paintless Dent Repair is the Preferred Method of Repair
Updated: Jan 8, 2020
This customer contacted me about a big dent that happened to his 2014 Honda Accord with only 30k miles on it and stated that he would be filing an insurance claim and was my services approved by insurance? I stated that Paintless Dent Repair is actually the preferred method of repair if the paint isn’t damaged and if the metal isn’t over stretched. Once I gave him The estimate he submitted to his insurance and they scheduled him to bring the car in so they could evaluate the damage to determine if Paintless Dent Repair would be possible and if this was the right method of repair. The insurance adjuster contacted me directly to go over my repair procedure for this damage and I assured him that this repair would be 100% when I was complete. In the adjusters experience he never knew anything outside of door dings and hail damage were fixable using Paintless Dent Repair. He was amazed after I sent him photos of the completed repair. To start the repair I removed the fender liner so I was able to get full access to the back side of the dent. Once I had access I started to slowly push the dent back to its original form without disturbing the paint, pinstripes, or emblem on the fender. And best of all theres no chance that the paint won’t match because it was never repainted. So if you have a large dent contact your local dent repair company (me) for evaluation to see if your vehicle is the right candidate for Paintless Dent Repair.