Why should I choose Dings and Dents for my repairs?
As the owner of Dings & Dents, Joe has been an early leader of paintless dent repair in the State of Maine with over 20 years of experience. His dedication to his craft leads him to continually try to improve his abilities by attending advance training, seeking out new techniques, and investing in the latest tooling. All of this leads to a better quality in the finished job. Couple this with the ability to perform the tasks at the customers place of business or home gives the customer the convenience and satisfaction of a job well done.
Do you offer a warranty?
Dings and Dents stands behind every job they commit to. As dents and/or dings are created by an object forced into or upon the vehicle. Once the dent/ding is fixed, it will not fail by itself, so it, in itself, will not return. Should a dent/ding seemingly reappear, the owner of Dings & Dents will gladly assess the situation and work a solution with the vehicle's owner.
Does Paintless Dent Repair work for fender benders?
Paintless dent repair can be used to fix many different types of dents, be they small or large. This being said, paintless dent repair does have some limits, such as access to the affected area, non-repair of the vehicle's paint, or non-repair of any hidden damage caused by the accident. Every dent/ding requires an "eyes on" examination to determine what can or cannot be repaired.
Is Paintless Dent Repair safe for my car?
Paintless dent repair when performed by a trained, experienced technician is a safe process that causes no harm to the vehicle. It is a process that is used by auto dealerships and body shops worldwide and is not only accepted by insurance companies, but is often times preferred.
Where are you located?
Dings & Dents, LLC is a mobile business serving the needs of the Greater Portland area. We do not have a garage or shop for a customer to bring their vehicle to, instead we travel to a place of convenience for the customer.
How long do Paintless Dent Repairs take?
The amount of time required to repair a dent/ding varies from vehicle to vehicle. Size and shape of the dent, location of dent on the vehicle, type of metal the vehicle is made out of, etc. all factor into the amount of time required. Most dents/dings can be repaired in a couple of hours, (or less), while hail and/or acorn damage can take up to 2 days to complete repairs on.
Does Paintless Dent Repair work for door dings and creases?
Door dings and creases are among the many types of dents that can be repaired by paintless dent repair, but as any type of dent, a visual inspection by a trained, experienced technician is required to make a final determination.
Is Paintless Dent Repair covered by insurance?
Most, if not all insurance companies will cover the cost of fixing a vehicle using paintless dent repair. However, it should be noted that many repairs cost less than the deductible amount of the policy so the insurance company would not be involved.
How do I get an estimate?
Obtaining an estimate is easy. Contact Dings & Dents, LLC through this web site by the contact button provided, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can call (207) 400-7906. Thank you.