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.JTNDYSUyMGhyZWYlM0QlMjIlMjMlMjIlM0VDT05UQUNUJTIwVVMlM0MlMkZhJTNFJTNDYSUyMGhyZWYlM0QlMjJ0ZWwlM0EwNzc5NSUyMDgzNiUyMDU1NSUyMCUyMiUzRTA3Nzk1JTIwODM2JTIwNTU1JTIwJTNDJTJGYSUzRQ==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 – Paintless dent removal have been servicing the people of Hulme 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.
Maybe it’s time to change or returning at its end of lease. Don’t let dings, dints and dents caused by someone else’s negligence in car parks, or by shopping trolleys, wheelie bins, hail stone damage or falling branches and in some cases stray golf balls affect the value on or cost you on lease return inspection.
Causes of car dents, dings, dints, include;
- Shopping trollies
- Wheelie bins
- Push chairs
- Car doors
- Hail stone
Hulme is a city area located south of Manchester city centre, beyond the River Medlock, with a significant industrial heritage. The area is historically a part of Lancashire. Its name ”Hulme’ derives from the Old Norse word ‘Holmr, holmi, through Old Danish hulm or hulme, which means small island or land surrounded by water or marsh. The area fitted the description of its name during the time of the Scandinavian invasion and settlement, when the area was surrounded, on three sides, by the River Irwell, River Medlock and River Corn Brook.
Hulme developed significantly during the Industrial Revolution, which brought jobs to many people, which involved carrying coal from narrow canal boats known as ‘Starvationers’. The railway link to the area soon followed, along with a number of cotton mills, followed by thousands of people who came to work in the rapidly expanding mills. The number of people moving to the area to live multiplied massively during the first half of the 19th century, housing was rapidly built. The lack of space and pollution from the many mills resulted in low quality housing.
During 1884, Henry Royce opened a domestic electric fittings factory on Cooke Street. He manufactured three cars, known as the Royce 10, in a corner or what was his workshop. In 1904, Henry Royce and Charles Stewart Rolls created a partnership and began to build their own motor car. The first ‘Rolls-Royce’ factory was located in Hulme, with the Silver Ghost car being designed and produced in the area. The Rolls-Royce V-8 was also designed in Hulme during 1905. The car competed with other popular electric town cars which were quiet and free of smells, smoke and vibration. A number of place names in the area of Hulme commemorate the Rolls-Royce era, for example, the road names of ‘Royce Road’ ‘Rolls Crescent’ and the ‘Bentley House Estate. A sculpture based on the Rolls Royce radiator grille, stands in Hulme Park, known as the ‘Temple 2000’. The sculpture stands on the site of the old Royce factory at Cooke Street.