What Is the Paintless Dent Repair Process?
If your vehicle was in an accident and sustained damage, entrust it to Ferber’s Tire & Auto Service in Ashland, Virginia, for professional auto body repair. One of our most common services is paintless dent repair (PDR). This procedure is only applicable to dents that did not also damage the paint. PDR aims to push the metal back into shape while preserving the factory paint. When you visit us following an accident, the process starts with a thorough assessment of your vehicle, where we will identify all creases, dents, and dings with which we can apply PDR. We will verify the extent of the damage to determine if PDR is the right solution (too-sharp edges or too-stretched paint can prevent successful PDR). Then, we will safely access the dented area and carefully push or pull out the dents using specialized techniques and tools. Paintless dent repair is safe and works on both aluminum and steel panels. It is often used to repair dents caused by hail damage, creases, door dings, and bodyline damage. To learn more about what’s involved, reach out to our team at (804) 798-4826.
Excellent place for a state inspection. Their office and waiting room is really nice and comfortable – great furniture and decor, complimentary drinks. The nicest I’ve seen so far. What’s even better is just how thorough they are. With the invoice, they provide you with a full report on your car, with pictures. Extremly helpful. Will keep coming back.
Great experience! From Brook greeting me at the front door, to Chad doing the estimate, to Brad calling me to tell me my GMC Sierra 2500 AT4 was completed, washed and ready for pick up…..in less than a week too! Thank you all so much for making a bad situation good! Drew
On vacation from Jersey our alternator was not charging the car battery we got here before opening and everyone here was so friendly and accommodating! Got our part and the car done with in a hour, very fast and efficient! Highly recommend!!
I truly appreciate the ease of communication back and forth. Everything I asked to be completed was done and with notes/pics provided to better explain. They really treat their customers well!
I’ve used them twice now…they are doing good work. The first time was a scheduled fix and that went great. Then, my truck broke down. Despite being slammed on their schedule, they made the effort to get me diagnosed and fixed up in a couple days. I have found my new repair shop!
I’ve only had inspections done here in the past. I have not needed any repairs in a while, but should the need arise, I would definitely call them. Just a good group of folks.
I’ve been taking my family vehicles to Ferbers for 10+ years and the experience is always good. They are fair and trustworthy and I know they will always tell me the truth and do great work. They treat you like family at Ferbers!
We were about 5 hours away from home when car trouble started. Stopped at Ferbers and explained the problem. They took my car in right away, found the problem and fixed it. The staff were great. Thank you for taking us right away even though we were strangers and had no appointment.
Such a great place to take your auto. Being a widow I need somewhere I can trust and looks after me. 5 stars is not enough😉
Pete and the guys at Ferber’s were really great. While towing our teardrop from PA to NC we noticed one of the wheels on our drop was getting really hot. It was 7am and we had a ferry to catch many hours away. We stopped by and talked to Pete even before they opened. He was very accommodating. He took us right in and changed the bearings on both wheels, checked the brakes and got us back on the road in plenty of time to make our ferry. Everyone there was so helpful and the work was quick and … Read More
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