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Paintless Dent Repair Services

Paintless Dent Repair
in Northglenn, CO 

Colorado's Paintless Dent Repair shop located in Northglenn, Colorado
Services provided by Danny Gasser

What is Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)?

PDR, also commonly referred to as Paintless Dent Repair or Paintless Dent Removal is the process used to repair hail damage, door dings, body creases and minor dents on your vehicle. As the name implies, PDR does not involve any kind of paint or fillers to fix your vehicles imperfections. As compared to standard dent repair, PDR is much faster and restores your vehicle to like-new condition while also being considerably less expensive. 

Your Paint Remains Original

Your factory paint job has an effect on the value of your vehicle. By utilizing Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) your vehicle remains original and retains its full market value.


There are no after market parts needed to repair your dents and no paint or filler is used.

PDR Is Much Faster

With PDR, we repair your existing vehicle and requires little to no disassembly and no prep time. 


This means those dings and dents that have been driving you crazy will be removed quicker and much cheaper than traditional dent repair service options. 

PDR = Permanent Fix

PDR is the best option for fixing hail damage as it requires no paint or body fillers. When PDR is performed correctly, it will last the life of your vehicle.

You won't have to worry about those pesky dings & dents popping again.

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Paintless Dent Repair FAQ

  • How much does PDR Cost?
    Although PDR is a much more cost effective option than traditional dent repair, pricing depends on the size & location of the dents. The number of dents in an area as is the case with hail also plays a factor in the quote.
  • Do you work with insurance?
    Yes, we work with most major insurance companies to perform PDR services.
  • What kind of damage does PDR fix?
    PDR is a viable options to fix most minor dents, door dings, body creases & hail damage. As long as the surface of the paint work is intact, PDR is normally the best option. If the dent is too deep or the paint has been damaged, a combination of paintless and traditional repair methods may be required.
  • How long does PDR take?
    PDR services typically take a few hours to complete, it all depends on the severity of the damage of the dent. Bigger jobs such as hail damaged vehicles may take a few days due to the entire surface covered in dents.
  • What is the difference between PDR & traditional dent repair?
    PDR (Paintless Dent Repair) is more efficient and costs less than traditional dent repair & can usually be completed within one day, depending on the severity of the damage. Conventional dent repair is achieved through working the metal, filling the dent, sanding, and then painstakingly re-painting and blending. Using this traditional process to repair the dent is far more time consuming, labor intensive, and expensive than PDR. That said, in some cases, both traditional methods and paintless dent repair are required to repair the vehicle to its original condition.
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