This is always the first question most people ask when considering PDR as a repair method. It is a misconception that Paintless Dent Repair costs more than traditional panel shop repairs.
Paintless Dent Removal often saves you both time and money in the long run!
Let's delve into why you should consider a PDR repair as a primary dent removal option. Small dents can be repaired in minutes, not hours. There's no need for fillers and paint, which protects the resale value of the vehicle, all while saving money and time on the repair. And finally, PDR is environmentally friendly!
There are many factors when it comes to pricing a PDR Sydney repair.
The Number of Car Dents Needing Repair
A vehicle with a multitude of dents would be charged per panel. If there are minimal dents (1-3) a price would be quoted per dent.
The Size Of The Damage
Using specialised PDR lights we are able to inspect every dent to show the intricate details of the damage.
Location Of Car Dents
This is where the price of repair can jump due to body lines, edge of panels, if dents lie on top of or on side panels. Oftentimes we need to be able to reach the backside of the damage to manipulate the metal back into it's original position. This requires us to remove and refit the items back into the vehicle.
What Is The Car Made Of?
Steel is easier to manipulate and work with, aluminium is much harder and challenging to perform paintless dent repair on. Dents on an aluminium vehicle will always incur an extra fee, as it's a tougher material to work with.