PDR, The Most Preferred Method
PDR has quickly become the preferred method for repairing minor auto dents, dings, hail damage, and even large dents from vehicle accidents due to significant convenience, time, and cost saving benefits to consumers.
We Provide Excellent Services
we are good enough to take out door dings all the way up to larger dents. Most people think they use suctions cups or some other crazy ideas, but being a dent guy is like being an artist.
Paintless Hail Damage Repair
Hail is a frequent cause of severe auto body damage across the United States resulting in billions paid out in insurance claims each and every year.
Over 20 Years Of Experience And Pioneers
Consistently provide excellence in Paintless Dent Repair with unmatched quality that creates complete customer satisfaction is the goal we set with each and every customer.
Bring Originality Of Vehicle Back
Vehicles will restore back to their original condition instead of having any kind of dents,
Expert Technicians
Our technicians are efficient and professional in their work.
Our Skilled Technicians
Our expert technicians use specialized tools to push the metal back into its original shape from behind the dent.

About

I am Chris Gilliand, the owner of DentsUnDone, working in this profession since more than 20 years.

Multiple locations in Huntsville, Alabama, Madison County and surrounding counties Monday through Friday.

The most common methods of paintless dent repair utilize metal rods and body picks to push the dents out from the under side of the body panel. Additionally, glue and a specially designed tab may be used from the outside of the panel to pull the dents out. In either case, fine-tuning of the repair often involves “tapping” down the repair to remove small high spots, or shrink the metal, making the surface flat. Paintless Dent Repair may be used on both aluminum and steel panels. Quality technicians blend high spots to match the texture of the paint. (note: If a technician pushes too hard they will create severe high spots and the clear coat may split or crack.)

Experienced technicians will not crack or chip the paint 99% of the time, although if the painted surface is not in good condition or the metal is too cold it can crack and even the very best tech can not stop this from happening.

When damage is too great and body filler is necessary a body shop may request a technician to do something called “push to paint”, which involves pushing a majority of the metal up because the body shop is going to repaint those panels anyway, this saves time and money.