At d3nts we pride ourselves in offering our customers the very best mobile pdr services. Our services are completely mobile, meaning you can get your dent repaired at a time and place to suit you. D3nt’s have a huge portfolio of customers and vehicles, ranging from ‘run-around’ cars, to cars in excess of £2million and also classic cars. We have built up an exemplary reputation and have become known as one of the best PDR specialists across Manchester and Cheshire.
D3nts – Paintless dent removal have been servicing the people of Knutsford since 2003. Maybe you have a fleet of cars for your business or own a car dealership, vehicle detailing company, valeting service or classic car enthusiast/owner.
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- negligence in car parks
- Shopping trolleys
- wheelie bins
- Hail stone damage
- Falling branches
- Stray golf balls
Despite being a small town, Knutsford has renowned for its range of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, its farmers markets and butchers which sell locally sourced products and its fishmongers and delicatessens. The town centre has several restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, antique and boutique shops and art galleries.
Knutsford is an affluent and highly south-after residential area, with some properties being valued at the most expensive properties behind London. The area is extremely popular amongst footballers. It names is thought to derive from the Old English word for Knutr’s ford or possibly hillock ford.
King Street is home to the Gaskell Tower, Church Hill, Built in 1907, with its cobbled streets and brightly painted façades. Regent Street is the main shopping street in the area and Tatton Park with acres of stunning landscaped gardens and magnificent hall.
Knutsford holds a Royal May Day festival every year where hundreds of people parade through the streets and the May Queen is crowned. The town has also has a May Day custom, still carried out today ‘of sanding the streets”, where the streets are decorated with coloured sands in patterns and pictures.
The town offers visitors a view to its local history. Knutsford Heritage Centre is located in a reconstructed 17th century timber framed building on Kings Street, with timber beams and quaint leaded windows, it is often referred to as ‘The Old Smithy’. The Heritage Centre offers an introduction to the town, the story of Knutsford and view memorabilia from its past.