Dent Removal is one of our most commonly required types of car repairs. Our repairers offer a wide range of Dent Removal methods to make sure you're getting the best service without sacrificing on quality. Some Dent Removal can be administered by the method of Paintless Dent Removal (PDR), saving you time and money. However there are many cases with dents where the metal has creased to the point of nearly cracking (or actually cracking) and therefore PDR cannot be used as painting is also required. Unfortunately, these Dent Removal methods require significantly more labour, products like body fillers, and sometimes even new parts. After this (more extensive) type of Dent Removal is applied, then the repaired car panel needs to be repainted as the final step to restoring the car to its original factory condition.
Providing clear photos of the dent damage close up (and from a distance) helps us to assess the damage and find the best Dent Removal option for you. If it’s applicable, and we can save you money and time, we will send your job to a PDR specialist. If it's not physically possible to be done using the PDR technique we will send your job to our network of Dent Removal workshops for factory finish quality repairs at competitive prices.
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The cost for Dent Removal depends on the size, location and nature of the dent. Smaller dents can be done using PDR which can cost between $150-$250 a dent. Larger Dent Removal where PDR is not possible will require repair as well as painting or repraying. In these Dent Removal cases, the cost can vary substantially from as low as $400 to over $2,000. Why not let us find you the best price for Dent Removal in ? Get quick quotes now.
A good panel beater can repair nearly anything. The question is how much time are they going to spend on the Dent Removal. When dents become very large the labour costs are high due to the required hours spent repairing the dents, so it’s usually cheaper to just replace the part with a new or second-hand part.
In short, it's a technique for repairing small dents by pushing or sucking them back out without cracking any paint and therefore without needing to use any paint. PDR is a significantly faster and cheaper form of Dent Removal compared to traditional panel beaters methods however it can only be used in limited cases. For more information see our page on Paintless Dent Removal (PDR).