There are so many variables when it comes to estimating the cost of a dent repair. I have always approached estimating from a value stand point. A minor, single door ding most often can be removed in a short period of time, and I may quote you just $75. If that dent really bothers you, $75 is a bargain, especially when you consider it could take 3 days in a conventional body shop, and the additional expense of a rental.
Not all dents are small, or in "friendly" places, so the price can go up accordingly. A more technical or severe dent in a single panel might be very difficult to access, and/or have a lot of metal stretch which makes the price increase. If I believe I can substantially improve a difficult dent, I consider the overall success I think I will have removing it, and consider the time it will take, then weigh the benefit factor for you. I may quote you anywhere between $100-$250 for that single dent. As you can see, it isn't just a rubber stamp price structure.
Having over 25 years experience, I will offer you the best value I can, and give my best effort, every time. I’ve told many customers over the years, “Let’s look at your vehicle together, and then I”ll tell you what I would do if it were mine”. Our company motto is “Quality, Honesty, and a Good Value”.
Perhaps I can narrow it down a bit with a simple guide.
|Single average dent||$75|
|2 panels (ie door, fender, etc.)||$125|
Every job is different. The absolute best way to get a more accurate quote is to call Randy at 503-805-7031.
You can tell me what you'd like repaired, and I can discuss options with you.