Dent Repair Examples
How Much Will It Cost To Fix
Dent repairs start at $75. For
small dents the typical price range is $75-$275. Large dents
and multiple dents are slightly higher. Here
are some of the factors that will affect the price of a
dent or ding repair:
1) Size of dent - It's not
surprising that a large dent will cost more to fix than
a small dent. By "small" dent, we mean anything smaller
than the palm of your hand. Dent repair companies
frequently use the terms "dime-sized," "nickel-sized,"
or "quarter-sized" when referring to the size of dents.
For example, our minimum charge of $75 is for a
"dime-sized" dent. A "large" dent is anything bigger
than the palm of your hand.
2) Location of dent -
If a dent is difficult to access, that will affect the technicians ability to
repair the dent. In general, car dents located on a fender are the
easiest to access
3) Number of dents -
The more dents you have the more it will cost to repair
them, but we often quote a reduced
overall price to repair multiple dents on a single vehicle.
4) Severity of dent
- A "deep" dent may result in the metal being
stretched, which can cause your paint to chip, crack, or
peel. This type of damage is beyond PDR. If this is the
case, you will be advised to contact an auto
body shop. In general, creases in the metal or cracked, chipped, or
scuffed paint mean that PDR (Paintless Dent Repair) cannot
be employed to fix the dent. If you're not sure if your
dent qualifies for PDR, just ask us.
E-mail 2-3 pictures to us and we can tell you if your
dent can be repaired and what it will cost.
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