About PDR


Nav Auto1 can remove dents, dings, hail damage, creases, grocery cart damage, and other types of automotive body damage in just under an hour or two for most repairs. Our specialized dent removal tools and lights are just one step toward a great repair. We are highly trained and skilled in just about every area of automotive body repair which gives us the leading edge in professional quality auto dent repair. Our master technicians are PDR nation certified and skilled in the art of automotive body repair. Nav Auto1, the mission is to provide automobile owners with world-class PDR and unparalleled customer service. We implement these high standards every day.


  • Nav Auto1 is locally owned and operated.
  • We are licensed, bonded, and insured.
  • 100% guaranteed work.
  • We work directly with all insurance companies.
  • In-Shop or Mobile Services.
  • PDR Nation Certified.
  • PDR Nation Service Center.
  • 25 years of experience.
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty.
  • Numerous High-Quality Ratings.
  • Offering Discounts to former and current military members (must have ID).


We can repair motorcycle dents/dings in the gas tanks and fender areas. Our company can offer support to your company if you need quality technicians for your hail catastrophe hit areas. Learn why our clients are happy they chose to work with us.


What are the benefits of Paintless Dent Removal?

The most important benefit is quality. This method is the closest you can get to the dent never happening in the first place. With PDR, the original manufacturer’s finish remains intact. There is no painting involved, no need for body fillers, and no need to worry about color-mismatching or the risk of overspray on other vehicle areas. Most dents can be repaired onsite at your home or business and in less than one hour. Most importantly the vehicles’ resale value is maintained. Cost is also a major benefit of paintless dent removal (PDR).

What can I expect to pay for Paintless Dent Removal?

It depends on the size and location of the dent and accessibility. The average dent, like one made by a golf ball, will cost approximately starting at $150 to repair and can be completed in less than one hour. Successive dents on the same vehicle can be performed at a reduced rate. Whatever the damage, PDR consistently costs about 1/3 as much as traditional body shop repairs.

Will the paint crack when dents are removed?

Like anything, you get what you pay for. Using an experienced, professional dent removal specialist minimizes the chances of paint cracking. Usually, the sharper the dent at the center of the damage, the greater risk of paint cracking resulting from the removal of the dent. Nav Auto1, technicians will give a thorough inspection of the damage and will inform you of the probability and risks of lifting the dent before any work being performed. Remember, Orlando Dent Company technicians use the most up-to-date methods and techniques to get the perfect finish.

Car Scratch Repair:

Many dents also come with scratches normally when the cause of the damage is from another car or a static object such as a post. Depending on the damaged area, we can remove scratches with our machine polishers and our special polish formulas. If the scratches are major, we will refer you to our trusted mobile paint technician to complete the repair.

What if there is paint damage?

Occasionally, Nav Auto1 encounters a vehicle needing dent repair work that is just too extensive and needs an auto body repair shop.

Do-it-Yourself Alternatives:

Many products on the market proclaim to fix annoying dents to your car. Sucker pad applications from local auto dealers are the do-it-yourself alternative to getting your car fixed with a professional dent removal specialist. These sucker pad applications fix around the dent and employ a vacuum pressure to lift the dent to its normal position. The danger in doing this is the force used can warp the metal and crack the paint leaving your car with more damage than you started with. Most professionals will tell you that these products in the long run are not a cheap alternative at all.

The Tools of a Professional Dent Removal Specialist:

A professional dent removal specialist uses a collection of precision instruments to get a clean and successful finish. As opposed to some suction devices on the market, dent specialists require several different tools to get the right hold on the bodywork and apply the right kind of pressure to achieve the right results.


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5830 Downing St, Unit C
Denver, CO 80216
Ph: (303) 915-0191
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