Paintless Dent Repair vs Conventional Body Shop Repairs – a battle as old as time! We are often asked “Why is Paintless Dent Repair the preferred repair method for me as a customer for automotive hail repair (or all major insurance carriers for that matter)?” The question is fairly straightforward and although there are definitely circumstances and situations which require Conventional Body Repair over PDR, we highlight the main reasons why here Colorado Auto Hail Pros | SERVICES
Insurance adjusters, dealerships, (some) body shops and individual insurance customers all prefer Paintless Dent Repair over traditional “conventional” body shop repairs. The obvious question we get everyday is “WHY” – and our simple answer is that it is a minimally invasive procedure and allows our customers to not have to repaint panels or replace parts, which is where 95% of the errors we see occurring within auto body shops. We use less tools and have to do “less” to your vehicle than a body shop would, pending the repair of your particular vehicle meets our inspection process. Our technicians assess the damage to your vehicle and make repair recommendations for you, as our customer, on the best repair for your specific vehicle, not what suits our shop or the insurance company or the preferences of an individual. What does that mean for you? Each repair is individualized for you, our customer and not a “one-size-fits-all” approach to automotive hail repair.
So, for you, as our customer, why Paintless Dent Repair?
- PDR offers customers a quick repair turn-around time (compared to conventional repairs)
- PDR allows you to keep your original vehicles’ paint & original factory parts
- PDR helps to retain original pre-storm condition & value of vehicle
- PDR is a minimally invasive option for repairing hail damage or body dents
- PDR helps to avoid a vehicle history report (such as CARFAX)
- PDR is a green/eco-friendly process – no harmful chemicals are used during the repair process
If one of our Colorado Auto Hail Pros Paintless Dent Repair technician believes that your vehicle could benefit from the use of conventional repair, the available options will be discussed with you prior to the repairs beginning.