Return Your Car To It's Former Glory
The vehicle you drive every day, or even every other day, is metal for a reason. There’s always the off-chance that something might go wrong while you drive your vehicle, and pairing high velocity and inertia with potential road and weather hazards is a surefire way to end up with a few dents here and there on your vehicle. Now, dents are hardly something to concern yourself with in regard to the functionality of your vehicle, depending on how serious the collision might have been. However, your car is a reflection of you, and an unkempt car with a pockmarked or marred surface is hardly the best foot forward that you want to present. And yet, preserving the integrity of a car after a collision or after the body has suffered severe denting may seem more daunting than it needs to be.
That’s where Ultimate Finish comes in. We provide exceptional dent repair services that do not require us to replace the paint on your vehicle. This method of paintless repair gives you the highest chance of totally restoring the look and aesthetic of your car without having to worry about cosmetic issues like matching paint.
We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you answer
some of the more common ones.
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), also commonly referred to as Paintless Dent Removal. It is an non invasive repair method that restores a vehicle’s body at a significant cost savings. PDR can be used to remove dings and dents from vehicles, as well as autobody creases from hail damage.
Depends on your policy. Most ‘full coverage’ or ‘Comprehensive Coverage’ insurance will cover the cost of PDR after your deductible is met.
Dent that can’t be reached from the backside of the panel. Sometime overly complex dents or ones where the paint has already been cracked would also fall into this category. A free estimate can quickly determine which dents can be fixed.
PDR is a technical craft. Trained technicians use specialized tools to apply pressure to the backside of the vehicle panel to remove surface imperfections. Sometimes tapping or cupping is used to massage the dents out of the body of the vehicle without damaging the paint.
General rule of thumb is $75 – 125 per dent. The average auto hail damage repair costs around $2500. Most ‘comprehensive coverage’ will cover the entire cost after deductible without raising your rates.
We work with all insurance providers and can handle the claim for you. Learn more about how insurance fits into the process of repairing your vehicle.
Paintless dent repair is common service used to repair hail damage on automotive vehicles. It is a tried an true method for buffing out unsightly dents, dings, and minor body damage.
When hail strikes, it can be easy to assume that the damage to your car is simply there to stay. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, most insurance plans cover paintless dent repair because it’s inexpensive, easy to find a good technician, and doesn’t affect the long-term value of the car. In fact, restoring your vehicle’s body to factory-like condition via paintless dent repair is actually a better method than most because it’s environmentally friendly. It does not require new materials or paints to be made.
We achieve the same results, restoring the overall look of your vehicle, and we do it in an environmentally sustainable way. So how do you prepare your car for paintless dent repair? Let’s take a look.
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