Top Reasons Why PDR is The Best Value For Your Money

Top Reasons Why PDR is The Best Value For Your Money

PDR is a proven method for removing door dings, hail damage, and small area damage. The PDR industry is growing rapidly and is constantly being updated with new tools and techniques. 

This allows us to take on much larger and more complicated repairs, bridging the gap between what the body shops do and what we do with Paintless Dent Repair. 

Below are our top reasons why PDR could be the solution that not only saves you time but also saves you money!


PDR is 100% insurance approved for hail damage, acorn damage, and larger dents. Hail damage and acorn damage are considered “comprehensive” damage. 

This means that insurance will pay to have the vehicle repaired and it will not raise your monthly rates. 


Almost all repairs are completed on the same day, excluding hail damage or very severe damage. Insurance companies also consider PDR as the preferred method of hail damage removal because of the fast turn-around time and value it gives their customers. This quick turn-around time also creates additional savings on rental car and storage fees. 

Less downtime for you means less inconvenience in your schedule, so you can get back on the road as quickly as possible. 


When a vehicle is repainted, it shows on the vehicle history report. The issue is that it’s very difficult to tell what the extent of the damage was and how much of the vehicle was truly affected because of it. This result can cost you up to thousands at the time of trade-in or resell.


The factory paint on your vehicle is the most valuable cosmetic feature. It is incredibly difficult to match the exact color of a panel when repainting. 

In order to prevent the one repainted panel from standing out from the rest of the vehicle, the surrounding panels are frequently also painted. 

The cost of the repair as a whole is increased by this.
Starting a claim is very easy, and our team can help guide you through the entire process from start to finish.

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