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Dent Repair School

What Sort Of Dents Will You Remove?

At Dent Repair School you will learn step by step how to remove small dents on top and side panels, and how to tackle bigger ones such as hail damage, large dents and vertical and horizontal crease dents. You aren’t limited to just these but you are also trained in techniques for removing more complex damage on all areas of the vehicle. These techniques apply to both domestic and foreign vehicles. Tool selection, access, brace configurations and the inner workings of side panels are taught in great detail.

When you graduate from the Dent Repair School you will be fully comfortable using every PDR Tool included in your training and will have full knowledge of how to use the dent light and portable reflector boards while working outside.

As a PDR Technician you are respected by insurance companies worldwide as a viable alternative to the expensive body shop repairs or replacements. The PDR system is the preferred alternative because generally speaking, body shops will replace fenders and damaged panels as opposed to repairing the panels and fenders because it’s quicker, they don’t have access to a PDR Technician, and let’s be honest, they are looking to make a huge profit off of the insurance companies charging double if not more. You too will make a great profit, but you’ll do it honestly and fairly, which as a result will get you the respect as the “Go To” PDR expert that the insurance companies will call time after time.

Finally, at the Dent Repair School you will learn all of the details associated with dents caused by hail damage, car accidents or fender benders. You will learn how to generate hail accounts, retail pricing, insurance pricing and the inside information on where the latest hail storms have occurred. You are set-up for success right from the start. You decide where your niche is within the PDR industry and build your business from there. Give us a call and we’ll get you set up for the next available class.

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