Wichita Paintless Dent Repair
Whether your vehicle has fallen victim to a Kansas hail storm or the door of a neighboring car, Scholfield Hatchett Collision Center Inc. can remove and repair the door dings, hail damage and small dents that accumulate over time. Our paintless dent repair service (PDR) is faster and more affordable than traditional dent removal. With more than 50 years of auto body repair experience and exceptional customer service, we’re the best choice in Wichita for dent repair.
Just like with all of our services, our paintless dent removal and hail damage repair comes with an exclusive nationwide lifetime guarantee for as long as you own your car. If you’re filing an insurance claim for the repair, we’ll take care of the paperwork for you. And, our east and west Wichita locations have Enterprise and Hertz Rentals on-site. Our team of I-CAR-certified technicians can remove dents and dings from all makes and models of cars, trucks and SUVs.
WILL PDR WORK ON ALL DENTS AND DINGS?
Unfortunately, the location, depth and size of some dents makes PDR less effective. When you schedule an appointment for a free estimate, we’ll assess your car and determine whether a paintless or traditional dent repair (with sanding, filling and painting) will be required. If a dent or ding Is deep, or if there’s a crease in the dent, PDR may not be able to repair it completely. If a dent is on a seam or near the edge of a body panel, the technician may not be able to get access to fix it except by traditional methods.
Schedule an appointment today, and we’ll evaluate your vehicle and recommend the most cost-effective dent removal solution that will make your car look its best.
WHAT IS PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR?
Also called paintless dent removal, PDR is a cost-effective way to remove unsightly door dings and dents without damaging your vehicle’s factory finish.
The technician removes the affected panel to gain access to the back side of the dent.
Then, specialized tools are used to gently manipulate the metal back to its original shape.
PDR is faster and often more effective than traditional dent repair methods, which can involve using fillers, sanding and repainting the affected part of the body.
This process takes a lot of time, which adds to the repair cost.