Audi Paintless Dent Repair & Removal
Paintless Dent Repair has become the new talk of the town. It is a much more convenient way of removing dents and dings from your vehicle, no matter which car you drive. Before PDR, the traditional way of repairing a dent wasn’t exactly efficient.
At The Dent Guy in Rochester, New York, we understand that for our clients, the long term life of their vehicle is important, especially when they are driving a car like Audi. Audis, having the price tag that they have, are usually bought for their impressive performance and timeless demand. Even if you’ve driven an Audi for 3 years, you can be sure you’re going to get a good resale price.
But, the price that you get when you sell your Audi also depends on the condition of the vehicle.
Why Shouldn’t You Opt for a Traditional Dent Repair?
When a certified technician does a traditional dent repair on your vehicle, they drill two holes in the body of your car. They then fill those holes with body fillers that make it look like the dent has been removed.
This is bad for your vehicle because every Audi comes with a coating on top of the paint from the factory. This coating protects the paint from peeling off, and when the technician repairs a dent the traditional way – this coating is compromised. In the long run, this can lead to a decrease in the resale value of your car, since the body is now weaker.
A traditional dent repair also releases harmful chemicals into the air which are bad for the environment. But on the other hand, a PDR is a solution that insurance companies actually recommend.
Getting a Paintless Dent Repair on an Audi
A paintless dent repair, on the other hand, can have several advantages for your Audi.
A traditional dent or hail repair is a long process that has plenty of steps.
Removing the dented panel
Filling it with body fillers
Painting the fixed panel
While on the other hand, PDR is a simple procedure. Because of this, it is a lot more affordable.
Since there are no complexities involved with the PDR process, it is surprisingly quick. Because of the skilled certified technicians at The Dent Guy, most cars that come in for a PDR leave on the same day. But the speed of the repair process also depends on the severity of the dent. If the dent is large, it might take a little more time.
It’s Environmentally Friendly
Unlike a traditional dent repair, the PDR process does not involve any harmful chemicals or sprays. Not only are you saving your car from long-term damage, but you’re doing the environment a favor, too!
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