At d3nts we pride ourselves in offering our customers the very best mobile pdr services in Marple. 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.
An area local to the home of d3nts, Marple is one of the company’s main areas for both private and business customers. Marple dent removals have been carried out since the company began trading over 15 years ago.
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.
Common causes of car dents Marple, dings, dints, include;
- Shopping trollies
- Wheelie bins
- Push chairs
- Car doors
- Hail stone
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.
Marple lies to the west of the River Goyt. Ten minutes away from Marple Bridge, the town has a number of places to eat, shop and a cinema. The canal runs through the town where you can go for a walk and take in the town’s picturesque scenery. The canal ‘The Peak Forest Canal’ contains the Marple lock and flight and Marple aqueduct. The Roman Lakes, towards the south east of the town centre, attract a large number of walkers and anglers each year.
The first reference to Marple is written as ‘Merpel’ which is believed to of derived from the Old English word ‘Maere Pill’ meaning ‘The stream at the boundary’ During the 1900’s, Marple served as a link with other industrial towns.
Paintless Dent removal Marple Bridge
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.
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 factors can cause dents to your vehicle. Some may be much more common than others. These include;
- Shopping trolley dents
- Car door dents
- Damage from wheelie bins
- Stray golf balls
- Hail Damage
- Falling branches
- Damage for push chairs
- Negligence in car parks
Lying close to the town of Marple, Marple Bridge lies along the River Goyt, with the river running through the centre of the village. The village became a conservation area during 1974 and in 2006 this was extended to include, Brabyns Park due to its landscape setting formed by the steep-sided valley of the River Goyt. The village is predominantly stone built.
For centuries, the area was part of the township of Ludworth in the High Park, Derbyshire. The land to the east is known as Marple Bridge and the land to the west is known as Marple. The village’s picturesque bridge spans the river goyt.
The River Goyt made a boundary from Derbyshire and Cheshire and was only crossed by fords. Bridges were later built at Otterspool and Compstall. The 19th century brought many shops, public houses and small business with a small cotton mill operating behind the shops. The arrival of the railway saw hundreds of visitors coming to the area.