QWhat is Paintless Dent Removal?
APaintless Dent Removal (PDR) is the art of removing dings, dents, and hail damage from vehicles without affecting the original factory finish and at a fraction of the cost of conventional bodywork.

QWill this process damage the paint?
ANo, not if done properly by an experienced technician. 

Q: What type of damage can you repair?
AAbout 95% of all varieties of door dings, dents, creases, and hail damage where the paint is not damaged and the metal is not severely stretched. Larger basketball size dents can often be removed successfully.

QWhy would I choose Paintless Dent Removal instead of a regular body shop?
ATime and cost. Our process is usually a fraction of body shop prices. It retains the original factory paint which preserves the original resale value. Body shops often require keeping the car for several days. All of our repairs (except extreme hail damage) are same day service.

QHow do I know if I have a dent that can be fixed by PDR?
A: Email or text 215-834-8889 a pic(s) of damage from multiple angles for a free estimate.

Q: How much does it cost?
AOn average, about 25-35% of body shop estimates. However, most door dings can be removed for $75 to $150.

QHow long will it take?
AMost scheduled jobs are usually 30 minutes or less. 

QAre all PDR technicians the same?
ANot at all. PDR is a skill that requires years of practice and patience. Generally anyone with less than 2 years experience is considered an apprentice. It is not an easy trade to learn and mistakes can be quite costly. Look for a reputable company that is licensed and insured.

QShould I use Paintless Dent Repair for my hail damaged vehicle?

A: A major hail storm backs up body shops for weeks. Body shops sand, bondo and repaint your vehicle. The value of your vehicle decreases because you know longer have a factory finish. XTREME PDR will have your vehicle repaired back to its pre-loss condition in a matter of days.

Q: Will a hail damage claim make my insurance rates increase?

A: No, Insurance companies classify claims into two categories: (1) Collision, and (2) Comprehensive. Hail damage is a comprehensive claim and is considered an act of God. Acts of God will not increase insurance rates.

Q: Do you offer a warranty?
A: We offer a 100% written satisfaction guaranteed warranty.