Breaking News – Sydney Hailstorm Repairs call 0408020468 We have begun repairing vehicles from the recent Sydney hailstorm December 2018. Our first customer was quite impressed with the results: Hi Jimmy …… my name is Rex and I spoke to you back on the 27th December regarding hail damage on
With Sydney experiencing one of the largest storms in history, it may take 1 to 2 years to repair the vehicles that experienced damage! Did you experience hail damage? Get a free quotation to see if your vehicle can be repaired with paintless dent repair. Don’t stress! Contact us on
In December 2014, the Department of Fair Trading introduced a mandatory licensing system for many trades including paintless dent repairs. In September 2015, exemptions were introduced to include low risk repair situation to NOT require licensing. Please note that anything that affects the safety of the vehicle are not covered by
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Well, depends what you mean learn! We can teach the techniques and it is then the hard yards the pdr technician trainee puts into practice that will determine this answer. It so happens that in July 2019, we trained one of our trainee in a 3 day PDR course. He
Enrolments and enquiries in 2020 have made for a busy start including the 12 day PDR course booked and secured a week ago. What makes this significant is that the hard work on professionalism is being noticed across the industry with great reviews and positive references to our PDR courses.
On the 19th to 21st January 2020, hailstorms including supercells hit four cities – beginning with Melbourne on the 19th January and followed by Canberra and several locations in Sydney and central NSW on the 20th January followed by supercells in Brisbane on the 21st January 2020. Campbelltown and the