Mr. Ding and Dent is independently owned by Brian Niese and proud to be located in Kenosha, WI. Brian’s goal is to get your vehicle back to that new look! Paint-less dent repair training was completed by the only certified school in the United States. He strives to deliver the best customer service and excellent workmanship. Services also include vehicle detailing and vehicle detailing maintenance programs along with windshield chip and crack repair.
All of us have been the victim of some type of dent in our vehicles. Whether it’s a door ding caused by another driver, the wind, a shopping cart, a golf ball, new teenage driver, or falling tool, you can R.E.L.A.X because your worries are now over. Mr. Ding and Dent will bring your car back to something you are proud of again using the paint-less dent repair process.
Paint-less dent repair (PDR) is the fine art of removing door dings, dents, creases, body line dents and hail with the use of specialized tools. These tools are used to precisely and meticulously massage the inner skin of the damaged area until the damage is repaired to near perfect condition. Since PDR is done from behind the actual damage there is no sanding, painting or body work required.
Paint-less dent repairs (PDR) are significantly less than a body shop with the majority of repairs between $65 to $250 (the only exception is extremely large dents and hail damage). Several other benefits and advantages to PDR over traditional body work are:
Most repairs are usually completed within 1 to 3 hours. There’s no need for the hassle of renting a car or being without your car for up to a week at a time. Brian is mobile and can come to your home or business and repair dings, dents, and windshields onsite.
CHEAPER INSURANCE PREMIUM
Since most repairs cost less than your insurance deductible, you do not have to file an insurance claim and run the risk of your premium increasing.
KEEP ORIGINAL PAINT
This is a huge benefit if you are planning to sell your vehicle in the future. Maintaining your vehicle’s original paint finish as well as keeping damage from appearing on a vehicle history report can boost the resale value significantly.
There is almost no need for paints or solvents so PDR does not lead to release of toxic chemicals into the environment. This is not the case for traditional body work.