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.
Repairing cars in Poynton for over 15 years, d3nts are the people to call if you need any d3nts repairing. Over **** dent removals have been carried out during this period.
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 former coal mining town, situated between Macclesfield and Stockport, Poynton is a small town located in Cheshire, England. Higher Poynton lies to the east of Poynton and contains a number of woodland areas. Poynton was first settled by the Anglo Saxons. The towns name is of an Old English origin.
Until 1935, coal was mined in the area and its collieries were the largest in Cheshire. The mines were initially pumped using waterwheels driven by the Norbury Brook. Atmospheric steam engines were then used followed by condensing engines, allowing deeper pits to be sunk.
The coal rights were held by the Warren family who leased them to the Wrights and the Claytons. By 1856, it was estimated that there was a reserve of 15,163,027 tonnes of coal which would supply 245,000 tonnes a year for 61 years. This quantity was supplied by the Park Round Pit, the Park Oval Pit, the Anson Pit and the Nelson Pit. The collieries closed on the 30th August 1935.
The Macclesfield canal joins the peak forest canal in Marple to the Trent and the Mersey canal near Kidsgrove and forms a part of the Cheshire Ring. The route of the canal was created so it could pass close to Poynton’s collieries, allowing the transportation of coal to Macclesfield for use on steam engines and houses. The canal also allowed the easy carriage of coal to cotton mills in Dukinfield.
The Pickford family developed their family business of waggoneers’ on the London to Manchester Route, with the Birches farm in Poynton being its headquarters. Pickford’s is today, one of the best known removal firms within the United Kingdom.