Based in Stockport, Manchester, d3nts is a well-established paintless dent repair company. With over 15 years’ experience, we have earnt a great reputation amongst many main agents, individual dealers, collectors and within the public sector.
Regarded as one of the best pdr companies in the North West, we have built up an enormous portfolio of customers, all with vehicles ranging from different values, including vehicles in excess of £2million also classic cars.
D3nts have been repairing dent removals since 2003.
Whether your vehicle is coming to or at the end of its lease, if you have a fleet of cars, have a valet service or car dealership, or if your vehicle is of personal or business use, we can help with any dents, dints or dings that may have been caused by either yourself or someone else.
Maybe someone opened their car door against yours, has hit it with a shopping trolley, maybe a heavy hail storm or branches falling from a tree has caused some damage. All of these can seriously affect the value of your car and if your car is leased, can seriously cost you on returning your vehicle for its inspection.
Many things can cause dents to your vehicle and decrease its value.
- Shopping trolleys
- Car doors
- Wheelie bins
- Hail stone
- Stray golf balls
- Falling branches
- Push Chairs
- Car park negligence
A suburban town, Handforth lies between the towns of Wilmslow, Heald Green and Style, Cheshire.
The town of Handforth was originally named ‘Handforth cum-bosden’ and for many years it fell under the parish of Cheadle. The name itself is thought to derive from the Saxon ‘Hanna’s ford’, when they were crossing the River Dean.
During the Second World War, Handforth, along with its neighbour, Cheadle Hulme, was home to a large part of RAF Handforth. RAF Handforth was opened in 1939 as a maintenance unit, classed as a universal stores depot. The depot stored and dispatched a number of items, including, knives and forks to aircraft engines. The only surviving buildings on RAF Handforth to date are the government pay offices, which stand adjacent to the total fitness gym.
Handforth Hall is the oldest building in the town, a Tudor style black and white timber building. The hall was built in 1562.
The town acquired its coat of arms during the Crusades. The coat of arms displays the Hanford Star which originated from Henry de Hanford, who, whilst battling in the crusades, painted a silver star on his black shield. The star was drawn after Henry saw a star fall from the sky during a night attack.