Mobile Auto Body Repair -- Convenient And Affordable
1 October 2012
When your car gets an ugly dent, you want it fixed right away. Not only do dents, dings, and scrapes look awful, they can actually lower the value of your car. In some cases, the affected areas can rust, which will take even more to repair. You should have such damages repaired as quickly as you can, but there is a much easier way than making an appointment at a traditional auto body shop.
Mobile auto body repair has become a huge industry over the last few years. Traditional auto body shops are not good for someone with a busy schedule. You have to make an appointment and take your car to the shop. Many times, you have to leave your car because the repair will take quite a bit of time. You could even be without your car for a day or two. When you do finally get your car back, the repair bill will likely be quite high. With mobile dent removal services, the repair specialists come to you. All you need to do is provide a power point. The workshops that the specialists drive have all the tools they need to do the repair.
This type of repair is done without taking the panel or wheel off your car, too. That saves a lot of time. With the latest techniques for dent removal and bumper repair, there is seldom a need for painting either. The dented or otherwise damaged area is massaged from behind the panel. This removes the dent without harming the paint. One of the really important things to remember about this type of repair is that manufacturer's paint warranty will remain intact. In some cases, simply painting a small area of your car can void the warranty. These mobile technicians will do everything they can to avoid painting the damaged area; however, it is often required for scratches.
The costs for such a repair are minimal. In fact, a dent can be removed for half what an hour's labor would cost at a repair facility. Your car insurance may even cover the repair costs. These mobile workshops are able to repair damage to your bumpers, car seats, and even alloy wheels. When the repairs are finished, you shouldn't be able to tell where the repair was done. It's certainly worth your time to call and schedule an appointment for a free quote. You can't find a more convenient, affordable way to get your car looking terrific once again.
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