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Paintless Dent Removal Astley

Dents can be caused by a number of things, and not necessarily by the vehicle user, including;

  • Shopping trolleys
  • Car doors
  • Wheelie bins
  • Hail stone
  • Stray golf balls
  • Falling branches
  • Push Chairs
  • Car park negligence

All of the above can cause dents, dings, dints in your vehicle. However small they are, they will be picked up upon inspection. D3nts can remove even the smallest of dents and will significantly save you money.

 

PDR (Paintless dent removal) takes a huge amount of skill to perform and is recognised as an art throughout the automotive industry.  Our technicians are fully certified and carry out any repairs to the highest standard possible.  At D3nts, we offer our customers a high quality, hassle-free, mobile dent repair service without the need for any painting, filing or sanding, whilst also being excellent value for money.  With an outstanding reputation, d3nts has become a well-known and highly trusted pdr specialist within the automotive industry.

 

The team at d3nts have been carrying out d3nt repair work in the area of Astley since 2003.  On average, 100’s dent removals are successfully completed every week.

 

If your vehicle is at the end of its lease and you are returning for its final inspection, it is important to repair any damage before its returned as this can seriously cost you in the long run.  Dents can be caused by a number of things, and not necessarily by the vehicle user, including;

  • Shopping trolleys
  • Car doors
  • Wheelie bins
  • Hail stone
  • Stray golf balls
  • Falling branches
  • Push Chairs
  • Car park negligence

 

All of the above can cause dents, dings, dints in your vehicle.  However small they be, they will be picked up upon inspection.  D3nts can remove even the smallest of dents and will significantly save you money.

The towns name ‘Astley’ derives from Old English meaning ‘East Leigh’ referring to the town’s location to the town of Leigh or ‘Eastleah’ the eastern wood for clearing.  Leigh derives from ‘leah’ meaning, a wood, clearing or meadow.

 

The town became heavily industrialised at the beginning of the 19th century.  Agriculture and cottage spinning and weaving were the main industries of the town until a factory was built near to the Bridgewater Canal in 1833 by James and Robert Arrowsmith.  Fustians, Muslins and from 1827, silk, was woven in the area.  Hand loom weaving fell into decline following the building of the cotton factory.  The factory which was built by James and Robert Arrowsmith remained open until 1955; the closure of the mill saw the end of the town’s link to the textile industry.

 

In 1908, the Pilkington colliery company began to sink No1 shaft of the Astley Green Colliery.  A colliery railway transported coal from the screens to the Manchester and Liverpool railway, with some even being moved to Trafford Park and Stretford by the Bridgewater Canal.  The site of Astley Green Colliery remains a landmark in the town.  The headgear of the Colliery is made from wrought iron lattice girders with revelled plates at the joints, three wheels are also mounted at the top.  The headgear stands at almost 30m high.

 

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