About Us

We are the Premier Paintless Dent Repair Specialists in the Sioux Falls and surrounding area. We remove damage of all sizes including hail damage dents in your vehicle with out the use of any painting or bondo like a traditional body shop.

We use specialized tools to push and pull damaged metal out. This includes metals like steel, high strength steel and aluminum. By performing Paintless Dent Repair this allows your vehicle to retain the superior factory paint finish, no color mismatch or peeling paint, you will have no negative CarFax history report and have no way of detecting that there was ever any damage on your vehicle. All of this and most repairs are made in just a few hours verses days at a body shop!

Think of our repair style as a time machine, we turn back time to how your vehicle was BEFORE your accident.

Certifications

Advanced Training Includes:

Mega Media Event 5.0

IMI Level 2 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Power Down Procedures
2020 Dent Olympics Training Seminar
2020 “Make it Rain” Retail Shop Owners Seminar
2019 PDR College Advanced Skills Seminar Attendee
2018 PDR College Advanced Skills Seminar Attendee
2017 PDR College Advanced Skills Seminar Attendee
2016 PDR College Advanced Skills Seminar Attendee
2019 Hail Conference Seminar presented by the 300 Group
2018 Hail Conference Seminar presented by the 300 Group
2018 Mind Your Business Seminar in Pittsburgh, PA

Podcast Episodes:

Other Organizations and Participation:

2019 Dents For Kids Charity Toy Donation Drive in Pittsburgh, PA
Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce Member

PDR 20 Group Member

Our Process

Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as paintless dent removal, describes a method of removing dents and dings from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using the paintless dent repair mehtod as long as the paint surface is intact. Paintless dent repair may be used on both aluminum and steel panels.

The most common practical use for paintless dent repair is the repair of auto hail damage repair, door dings, minor creases, large dents and body lines damage.

This method can also be utilized to prepare a damaged panel for repainting by minimizing the use of body filler. This technique is currently known as “push to paint” or “push for paint”.

Limiting factors for a successful repair using paintless dent repair include the flexibility of the paint (most of today’s refined automotive paint finishes allow for successful PDR) and the extent to which the metal has been stretched by the damage, which depends on the thickness of the metal, the curvature or flatness where the damage occurred and the intensity of the impact. Generally speaking, the shallower the dent, the greater the likelihood of paintless dent repair being a suitable option. Even dents several inches in diameter can be repaired by this method as long as the metal and paint are not stretched. Most experienced technicians can repair a shallow large dent or crease to an acceptable level, but very sharp dents and creases may not be suitable for paintless dent repair.

Watch the video below put together by PDR Nation for an even better explanation.

PDR Nation is group formed by PDR Technicians to better the Paintless Dent Repair industry.

They not only certify technicians but bring high standards, accountability and a very high level of ethics to the practice. They also are responsible for distributing educational and business information to everyone in the industry.

We are glad to be apart of such a great group!