FAQs | Omaha PDR | Paintless Dent Repair | Hail Damage Repair
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How is Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) performed?

There are two different techniques for performing paintless dent repair. The first technique is to get behind the panel and push the dent out. Most panels on a car have access areas where the technician can use special rods to get behind the dent and make accurate pushes to get the dent out. Panels on a car that have no access points require a different technique called “glue pulling.” During this process, a tab is glued onto the panel, then a special tool is used to pull out the dent and create a small high spot. The technician then uses a hammer and knocks down to level out the high spot.

What determines the cost of paintless dent repair?

There are several factors that determine the cost of PDR. Location, size, depth, accessibility, type of metal, and paint condition all play a role in the cost of paintless dent repair services.

If my paint is scratched or chipped can it still be repaired?

Yes! If the paint is scuffed or scratched, the dent can still be fixed and the scratch can possibly be buffed out. If the dent has a chip in the middle, then the dent can be pushed out and some touch-up paint can be applied to avoid any corrosion to your metal.

How long does paintless dent repair take?

A typical door ding the size of a quarter can be repaired in under an hour. Dents bigger than a quarter can take 1-4 hours. Hail-damaged cars take 1-3 days to complete.

For those who take pride in their vehicle, Omaha Paintless Dent Repair is your repair solution.