Sometimes, B&M Refinishers can fix hail damage,
without losing the original factory-finish.
However, there’s an instance when B&M Refinishers won’t recommend disturbing the manufacturer’s paintwork: repairing minor hail damage. The reason why this. In many cases, B&M Refinishers technicians can fix hail-damaged paintwork: without losing the original factory-finish.
We’ll use a technique called PDR (Paint-less Dent Repair) - accepted and recommended by most major insurance companies. A PDR will involve some specialized tools, lots of skill and also, immense patience. (Fortunately, our technicians have this in abundance).
To find out more about Paint-less Dent Repair, we suggest that you read about the main benefits of a PDR and also, our approach to a typical PDR.
The main benefits of PDR.
No filling. No sanding. No extra painting. So, the original factory-look is kept.
How we do a typical PDR.
First, roof lining & interior trim panels are carefully removed, for access behind the damaged panels.
We work from the inside,
gently coaxing any dents out: gradually restoring the surface.
When the PDR is finished,
the original damage won’t be visible.
Your paintwork is
Do you have any concerns about the quality of a PDR, that someone else has done? If so, we can advise on the quality of their work - then suggest how B&M Refinishers’ technicians might improve on it.
A PDR won’t repair very severe hail damage. (Large dents and cracked paint will almost certainly, need our traditional refinishing skills).
Performing a PDR often depends on where the damage is, because a lot of areas can prove impossible to access.
If you’d like B&M Refinishers to assess, then recommend how we could restore your vehicle’s factory-finish, please contact us