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A. Paintless Dent Repair is the art of removing minor dents and door dings using a process called 'reverse panel access'. Simply put, a technician accesses the reverse side of the dent and meticulously massages it back to its original form. This process does not damage the paint in any way. This means that we can quickly and safely repair minor damage without the use of filler, sanding, or repainting.
A. Most non-collision dents can be repaired if there is no damage to the paint. The limiting factor is the relationship between the depth and the diameter of the dent. A large broad shallow dent is easier to repair than a small extremely sharp dent. Dents with moderate crowning can also be successfully removed.
A. We have repaired almost every kind of passenger vehicle imaginable, from Volkswagens to Ferraris.
A. If the dent is not removed from your vehicle according to the standards set when we did the estimate, there will be no charge.
A. If the dent we removed ever reappears we will repair it again, free of charge!
A. Most dents and door dings can be repaired in under an hour!
A. Price is completely dependent on the severity of the dent or dents. Minor repairs are often less than $100.00. You can usually count on a paint free dent repair costing approximately 75% less than a body shop repair.
A. The High Sierra Dent Company paintless dent repair system is based on a high level of skill, special tools, and the principles of stress relieving. We do not use heat, ice, chemicals, vacuum or any of the other exotic solutions you may have heard about or seen on TV. Our system is simple, fast, safe and kind to your vehicle.
A. Yes! If you have a photograph of the damage uploaded to your computer, please visit our "Get A Quote" page!
Use your smart phone to send us pictures (3-4 if possible). Try to take the pictures at a 30°-45° angle with minimal reflection off the vehicle surface.