Paintless Dent Repair in Vancouver, BC

Does your car have unsightly dents or dings that detract from its beauty? You're not alone. Minor dents and hail damage are common, but traditional collision repair can be expensive and time-consuming. Here at Reborn Autobody, we offer a superior solution: paintless dent repair (PDR).

The best location
is your location.

Our modern Collision Repair Centres are equipped to handle any repair work, from minor scratches to complete structural repairs for today's most complex luxury performance vehicles. Our Mobile Service means you don’t have to visit our locations in person. Still, if you want state-of-the-art facilities and the latest technology, you've come to the right place.

The best location is your location.

Reborn Autobody
(Port Coquitlam)

1000, 3090 Westwood Street
Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 3L3

Reborn Autobody
(Walnut Grove)

Unit #3, 19875 96TH Avenue,
Langley, V1M 3C7

Reborn Autobody

Unit #101, 19992 Fraser Highway,
Langley, V3A 4E3

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What is PDR

PDR is an advanced technique for removing dents, dings, and hail damage from car panels without harming the original paint finish. Our technicians use specialized tools and access to reach behind the dent and gently massage it out, restoring the panel’s original shape.

Is PDR Right for Your Car’s Damage?

Not all dents are ideal candidates for PDR. Traditional bodywork might be necessary if the dent is deep, has sharp creases, or affects a body line.

Here are some signs your dent might not be suitable for PDR:

  • Deep Scratches or Gouges: PDR cannot repair scratches or gouges that penetrate the paint.
  • Sharp Creases: PDR works best for smooth dents. Deep creases or dents with sharp edges might require traditional bodywork.
  • Extensive Damage: PDR is ideal for minor to moderate dents. Extensive damage to a panel might necessitate a more comprehensive repair approach.
We come to you.
You get back on the road.

Why Choose PDR?

PDR is a cost-effective and efficient method to fix minor dents and dings. Unlike traditional dent repair, PDR preserves your car’s factory finish, maintains its value, and is environmentally friendly.

  • Cost-Effective: Save money by avoiding expensive painting and bodywork.
  • Time-Saving: Quick repairs mean less time without your vehicle.
  • Eco-Friendly: No harmful chemicals or paints are used in the process.
  • Preserves Original Finish: Keeps your car looking like new without altering the original paint.

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Benefits of Choosing Reborn for Your PDR Needs:

Free Estimates: Schedule a free consultation to discuss your specific needs and get a transparent quote.

  • Fast Turnaround: Get your car looking its best again in minimal time.
  • Superior Results: Our technicians are committed to achieving flawless results, leaving your car dent-free with the original paint finish intact.
  • Convenience: We offer flexible appointment scheduling to fit your busy life.
  • Commitment to Quality: We stand behind our work with a satisfaction guarantee.

Contact Reborn Collision for a Professional Assessment

If you’re unsure whether PDR is the right solution for your car’s damage, contact Reborn Collision. Our experienced technicians can assess the damage and recommend the most appropriate repair method.

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1- Will PDR work on hail damage to my car?

Yes, PDR is an excellent solution for hail damage! Many small dents and dings caused by hail can be effectively removed using PDR techniques. Our technicians are highly skilled in addressing hail damage and will restore your car’s smooth, original appearance.

2- What happens if my dent is too deep for PDR?

Our technicians will assess the damage during your free consultation. PDR might not be the most suitable option for deeper dents or those with sharp creases. In such cases, we’ll discuss alternative repair methods and provide a transparent recommendation.

3- Can PDR remove scratches from my car?

PDR focuses on removing dents and dings, not scratches. Scratches typically require additional refinishing techniques. However, during your consultation, we can assess any scratches present and recommend the best course of action for complete car restoration.

4- Does my insurance cover PDR?

PDR is often covered under comprehensive insurance plans that cover hail damage or vandalism. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to inquire about specific coverage details for PDR repairs.