With over 15 years’ experience, D3nts has grown into a professional, well trusted pdr company. We offer our customers an outstanding attitude towards value for money whilst providing them with the highest standards possible of paintless dent repairs. Over the years we have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience within the pdr and motor industry and now have an impressive portfolio of both companies and clients all with vehicles ranging from different values and class. We offer our customers;
- Certified technicians
- Excellent reputation and portfolio
- Highest standard of work
- Mobile services
- Best PDR services in the North West
- Over 15 years’ experience
- Excellent value for money
- Friendly service
The specialists at dents have been carrying out dent repairs on vehicles in Congleton for over 15 years, with over 100’s dent repairs being done in the area over that time.
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 it’s 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 are, they will be picked up upon inspection.
D3nts can remove even the smallest of dents and will significantly save you money.
A civil parish, situated in Cheshire, England, Congleton lies on the banks of the River Dane, 21 miles South of Manchester and to the west of the Macclesfield Canal. The town of Congleton is known locally as Beartown. It was first recorded reference was in 1282 with its name spelt as Congelton. The name ‘Congle’ is thought to relate to the Old Norse ‘Kang’ which means a bend, followed by the element of the Old English word ‘Tun’ meaning ‘Settlement’.
Congleton is a market town, placed in a perfect position to Cheshire’s Peak District. With a number of attractions in the area, the town is a great day out for visitors. You can make like Moll Flanders at Little Moreton Hall, come over all Mr Darcy at Capesthorne Hall, stroll along the River Dane, walk to the atmospheric ruins of Mow Cop Castle or cycle the Biddulph Valley Way. The town also has a number of bars and restaurants, allowing its residents and visitors to take a walk down the town’s history and then relax with a drink and something to eat.
The main industries in the town include the manufacturing of airbags and golf balls. The town became famously known during 1620 when bear baiting and cockfighting became popular sports, giving the town the nickname of ‘Beartown’