Hammer’s Dent Repair proudly provides paintless dent repair to Superior, WI, Duluth, MN, and the surrounding areas.
Our PDR service is very effective for minor to larger dents, dings, and creases, including hail damage.
We fix the following:
PDR is the preferred method for repairing dents, creases and hail damage on cars and trucks.
Dents start at just $163.77.
Additional pricing factors include:
Estimated price will include all factors that are applicable to your vehicles dent(s).
Dents of all shapes and sizes can be repaired most of the time. However all dents are unique and need to be inspected during the estimate to make sure that they are a good candidate for Paintless Dent Repair.
Dents with paint damage can be repaired and then touched up with paint after the repair. Any dent that is extremely sharp, deep or stretched may not be able to be repaired 100% or at all in some cases.
Even though some dents may be too extreme to be repaired, make Hammer's Dent Repair your first stop before the body shop. When a conventional repair is the only option left, we can refer you to a quality shop.
Yes we can! Aluminum has different characteristics and does not have memory like steel so the repair process typically takes longer and can be more difficult.
Yes we can, though body lines are the strongest part of every panel, it does require more time, technique and patience for the best quality repair.
All tools are specialty tools made just for Paintless Dent Repair.
We use metal rods that come in many different lengths, diameters and shapes. These rods allow us to work behind the dented panel during the paintless dent repair process.
We use many different knockdown tools and blending hammers to release trapped pressure from the exterior of the panel.
For areas that have very little or no tool access, we then will use the glue pull method (specialized glue, tabs and lifters) to pull the dents outward.
Heat is a very important tool for us to keep the paint and metal flexible during the paintless dent repair process to prevent damage. You will see us using heat guns and propane torches at times. The purpose is to apply just enough heat to help move the metal and keep the paint intact during the repair.
In order to see the peaks and valleys of a dent, we use light boards that allow us to get a better view of the dent we are repairing and gives us visual clarity of the work area to ensure the dent has been completely repaired.
One common misconception is that we use plungers or suction cups to repair dents. We do not use nor recognize suction cups, plungers or any other non-validated PDR methods for any dent repair process.