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.
An area local to the home of d3nts, Mellor is one of the company’s main areas for both private and business customers. Over **** dent removals have been carried out since the company began trading over 15 years ago.
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;
Common causes of car dents Mellor, dings, dints, include;
- Shopping trollies
- Wheelie bins
- Push chairs
- Car doors
- Hail stone
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.
Mellor is village situated in Greater Manchester, lying between Marple Bridge and New Mills, lying at the foothills of the Pennines, just outside of the area of Derbyshire which is known as ‘High Peak’. Mellor is a former civil parish a Derbyshire until it was transferred to Marple urban district in 1936 and then later became a part of Stockport in 1974.
The origin of Mellor is unknown. In one Celtic dialect, Mellor translates to ‘the bare or rounded hill’. The name doesn’t appear in the Norman era Domesday Book but Mellor’s neighboroughing village of Ludworth does which possibly suggests that Mellor was a part of Ludworth, which was later split into two districts.
During the 7th or 8th century, the Saxons built a church in the village. The church has since been rebuilt. The church, named St Thomas Church has the oldest known wooden pulpit in Britain and possibly, the world.
The oldest part of inhabited Mellor runs along the side of the River Goyt, from the oldest part of Marple Bridge.
The village is well known for the sport ‘Lacrosse’ with its local club enjoying great success over its 80 year history, including, winning the North of England’s means championship on a number of occasions.