Service King technicians are experts in paintless dent repair for both small and large dents. Paintless dent repair maintains the original factory paint and removes surface imperfections while extracting the dent.
Our technicians thoroughly inspect the damage to your vehicle to determine whether or not paintless dent repair suits your needs.
The original factory paint on most standard vehicles is flexible, meaning that minor dents can often be repaired without painting, depending on the depth and location of the damage.
The process may also be ideal for hail damage and low impact dent repair. Paintless dent repair involves carefully kneading minor dents and dings without adding or removing any paint from the vehicle. We often use this technique when dealing with outer panel strikes or indentations that haven’t stripped paint from the vehicle.
Our technicians also factor in the location of the damage when assessing your vehicle. If the dent is on the hood or the edges of a door panel, paintless dent repair may not be the best solution. With 40 years of experience, Service King can determine the best approach for every type of dent.
In order to execute a paintless dent repair, our technicians access the back of the dent and use specialized tools designed for dent removal. This provides a view of both sides of the dent and allows our painters to apply pressure accordingly while manipulating the dent and eventually restoring it back to its previous shape.
In some cases, we use fluorescent light boards to create shadows in the dent, which aid our technicians in navigating the damaged areas and manipulating the dent so it’s level. After using the tools carefully around the edges of the dent for extraction, the size of the dent will minimize and ultimately disappear.
Service King uses the latest technology and specialized tools for paintless dent repair, ensuring your vehicle is restored back to its pre-accident condition. Whether you have a minor ding or a major dent, bring your vehicle to Service King and we’ll repair it back to its pre-accident condition.