Call David Pinto at 609-404-9522
Email Us at dpinto@dingguy.com

FAQ

  • Are all paintless dent repair companies the same?
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    No! Do your homework. The Car Guy isa Certified Technician. Check my testimonial page or read my reviews!

  • How long does it take?
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    Most minor dings and creases are repaired in 1/2 hour to an hour. Larger more complex repairs can take upwards of 3 to 5 hours. Hail damage is typically 1 to 2 days if completely done with PDR. Severe hail may require more time.

  • Can you repair plastic bumpers?
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    Yes, if the damage is limited to being pushed in, but has not split or cracked the bumper. Any paint damage created by the dent would have to be addressed by a paint professional, but I can help cut the cost of repair otherwise.

  • Do you fix appliances or other household items.?
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    No.

  • Do the dents pop out?
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    No. This is a skilled trade, or art. Trying to repair dents yourself or choosing the wrong tech can cause more damage. Sometimes the repair may still be saved, but usually it will cost more to fix mistakes from the initial attempt, and sometimes there can be damage that can’t be saved.

  • Is it expensive?
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    Most minor dings start below $100. Each ding or dent is unique, and there are many other factors that can increase the cost, but Paintless dent repair is by far the best value, and way to restore your vehicle to factory condition, and maintains your resale value better than conventional body shop repairs. contact us for a free estimate!

  • Do I bring it to you? Or do you come to me?
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    Both. I provide mobile service to Atlantic county, and Ocean County. Scheduling is usually based on the days I service that area. Drop off locations  are also available, and sometimes required  and prefered for larger complex repairs. 

  • Do you do any paint repair?
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    No. I can remove transferred paint or plastics from the repair area, and very light scuff repair. If the damage needs touch up, I will apply it for you, if you supply the paint. I recommend getting it from the service department of the dealership for your vehicle, as that will ensure the closest paint match.