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How much for an estimate?
Can you give me an estimate over the phone?
Pricing Guidelines
What exactly is Paintless Dent Repair?
Is this process safe for my paint?
Anatomy of a Dent
Why should I take my car to Dent Clinic as opposed to other repair shops?
Will my insurance accept PDR?
What about a warranty?


For more questions answered in depth see our PDF document:
15 things you should know before choosing a paintless dent repair company.

 

How much for an estimate? 
Just give us a call at 303-781-1075 to schedule your FREE estimate. We are open by appointment only Monday–Friday 8 A.M.-5 P.M. Some Saturday appointments also available.

Can you give me an estimate over the phone?
If you can send a clear photo of the dent by email, we can give you a rough estimate for repair. It is impossible to determine over the phone how much a repair will cost. There are so many variables which determine cost and repair time including size, depth, sharpness, and location (to access the dent). The best thing is to make an appointment for a free estimate. However, here are a few guidelines to help you out:

Pricing guidelines:
Our minimum repair cost is $75.00 (easily accessible, dime to nickel size dent without creasing. Depth and sharpness needs to be considered.)

Multi-dent discounts apply to multiple dents on the same panel. (Usually $20-30 per additional dime to nickle size dent on the same panel.)

A large dent with sharp creasing and or hard to access areas can run up to $575.00. This is typically our maximum charge for one dent. If the damage should exceed that price, we suggest you take it to a conventional body shop. (Replacement/repainting) Click here to visit Nylunds Collision Center

What exactly is Paintless Dent Repair?
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is the result of extensive development, innovation, and continuing research into the repair of vehicles without using fillers and without damaging the existing paint. These techniques have proven to be highly successful in removing minor dents and door dings and repairing hail-damaged vehicles.

Paintless dent repair is more than a learned skill; it is an art and craft. Our training philosophy is a simple, systematic approach to a standard of excellence consistent with practicing craftsmen.

Performed properly, a PDR repair is environmentally safe, economically beneficial, improves the vehicle's appearance, preserves the original paint, and is the affordable option.

Is this process safe for my paint?
Absolutely! We use no chemicals or extreme temperatures. Since we don't disturb the integrity of your paint, it is preserved, and you have a permanent repair! There is no risk of mismatched paint or fading that could occur through conventional bodywork.

Anatomy of a Dent
When a dent occurs, the metal is displaced. Most people think of a dent in terms of flat surface suddenly plunging down, creating an indentation. This is not the case.

Take for example when something is dropped into water... it will create a splash. The item dropped takes up space and with force, displaces the water.

[Anatomy of a Dent] The same is true with a metal surface. When something forces the metal into a convent shape, the metal has to go somewhere; causing it to overflow to the surrounding areas of the dent. In order for a dent to be repaired correctly, not only does the dent need to be manipulated, but the displaced area bulging above the flat surface surrounding the dent also needs to be manipulated. That's why we have special tools that we used not only remove the dent, but the high spots as well.

Why should I take my car to DENT CLINIC as opposed to other repair shops?
We have been working in this field for some time, right here in the area, with thousands of satisfied customers, insurance companies and luxury automobile dealers. Beware of fly-by-night PDR facilities. If a problem arises or the work is unsatisfactory, when they are long gone, you will be left with a big problem. Dent tents and temporary traveling PDR shops are very common when an area receives significant hail damage. You have to make an informed decision about who to use. The reality is that there is no way of knowing how good a company or technician is without doing a lot of checking. Cracked paint is the biggest risk of using an unknown shop or technician, a problem that may not be detected until rust occurs.

Will my insurance accept PDR?
Definitely! Insurance companies see the benefit of repairing hail-damaged cars the PDR way. There are no complaints of mismatched paint, and when performed by skilled technicians, there's no evidence remaining of the damage after repair is completed. The car is restored to its original condition. Downtime is considerably less, so you get your car back much sooner. Also, if there are car rental expenses involved these are greatly reduced. Dent Clinic is an insurance-preferred repair facility.

What about a warranty?
Dent Clinic provides a written guarantee. (click here to see our guarantee) We guarantee our workmanship, and that the paint will not be harmed. We warrant the repair for as long as you own the vehicle. This is the longest warranty in the industry.