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 vehicles in Macclesfield for over 15 years with approximately 100’s carried out per month
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.
An ancient market town nestled at the edge of the Peak District; Macclesfield is historically a place of industry with a rich tradition in silk manufacturing. The town has striking buildings and picturesque countryside. With its own unique identity, the town is characterised by a rural/urban blend, reflecting on its market town heritage.
With its hills, cobbles, silk and festivals, Macclesfield is an intriguing place to visit. The town offers its visitors a mix of independent and unique shops, events, bars, cafes and restaurants.
The residents of Macclesfield are often referred to as a ‘Maxonian’. Situated in the ‘Hundred of Hameston’ the name Macclesfield is of an Old English origin ‘Maccel’ and ‘field’ meaning Maccel’s open country. The traditional nickname for the town is Treacle Town, though Silk town is the much preferred nickname for the town. Its nickname of Treacle Town came from an incident where a horse drawn wagon overturned, spilling its load of treacle onto the street.
Macclesfield was once the world’s biggest producer of silk and in 1832 there were 71 silk mills operating in the town. To date, Paradise mill is a working mill museum, which shows the public the art of silk throwing and jacquard weaving. Hovis the bread makers was founded by a Macclesfield business man and a baker from Stoke on Trent, with the town being the original home to the bread makers.