FAQ


1What is PDR?

This is a new technology for straightening dents in the body without having to repaint the damaged parts.

2What types of damage to the sheet metal are subject to impact?
  • Hail damage
  • Voluntary or involuntary deformations
  • Careless parking
  • Side detail pits
  • Damage from fallen branches, drifts, balls, or other items.
3In which case can it be applied?
  • When the paint is not damaged - scratched, peeled, abraded
  • The car is at max. 15 years - the varnish of older cars is not elastic and cracks during processing
  • Careless parking
  • No sharp edges from breaking on the sheet
  • The detail is with factory paint - no other materials have been applied on it.
4What time does it take to repair?
  • Hail damage - depending on:
    - number and size of wells
    - the number of parts affected
    - the strength of the sheet metal - from 1 to 3 days.
  • Single indentation - from 20 to 30 minutes
  • Deformed door or fender - depending on the surface profile, internal finning, need for dismantling from 2 to 8 hours
5How do we know if the damage can be repaired with PDR?
  • If you are out of town, send photos in the contact form - well lit and from several sides.
  • For those from Shumen, visit our place for a free consultation and evaluation.
6What happens if the part cannot be repaired with PDR?
The part is repainted. We also offer such a service. For this purpose, the deformation is straightened with PDR to achieve a flat surface and then we proceed to preparation and painting.