Dentzap are an independent vehicle repair centre. From our beginning in 2013, we offered Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), and smaller vehicle repairs which required paintwork. We have expanded over the years to offer our customers full vehicle repairs which includes dealing with the insurance company in relation to accident damage.
Within our premises, the workshop is separate from the main office and reception area. This means our customers can relax while they wait for their car to have it’s annual MOT test, while enjoying the complimentary Wi-Fi and having a hot drink.
The body shop has security measures in place to prevent any vehicle from leaving our premises without authorisation. All vehicle keys are never left in the premises overnight so our customers can be reassured knowing that their pride and joy is in safe hands.
We work on all types of body repairs from full resprays to accident damage and PDR which is the process of removing small dents without the need to respray.
We also deal with non-fault accident claims which is allows you to contact Dentzap if you were involved in an accident which wasn’t your fault. We take care of you and provide you with a hire car, removing the stress of dealing with insurance companies.
Remember you don’t need to take your vehicle to the body shop that your insurance company instructs. If you want to go through Dentzap for the repairs to be carried out instead of the body shop that your insurance company tells you to go to, just call us and we can talk you through the process.
We now offer MOT testing to our growing list of services which include wheel alignment, air conditioning and more. Our staff have the experience and knowledge on all makes and models including classic cars and supercars. Our repairs are always of the highest quality finish and we won’t entertain repairing any damage to a lesser standard. We value our customer’s opinions and will always provide an honest and professional service. We believe this has contributed to the expansion of Dentzap since established in 2013.