At d3nts we pride ourselves in offering our customers the very best mobile pdr services. 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.
Over the years, D3nts has become a well-known, trusted name within the Reddish area, with dent removals being carried out in the area every couple of days!
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.
Common causes of car dents Reddish, dings, dints, include;
- Shopping trollies
- Wheelie bins
- Push chairs
- Car doors
- Hail stone
Lying two miles north of Stockport town centre, Reddish is an area located in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester. The district was historically a part of Lancashire which grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution. The name ‘Reddish’ either means ‘reedy ditch’ or ‘red ditch’. The ditch referred to is thought to be the Nico Ditch, an earthwork of uncertain origin bordering Reddish, Manchester and Denton.
Over the years, Reddish has been home to at least three breweries. For over 100 years, Richard Clarke & Co brewed in the area before it was taken over and later closed by Boddingtons in 1962. David Pollard’s brewery was opened at the former print works in Reddish Vale in 1975 until it moved to Bredbury in 1978 and The 3 Rivers Brewery started brewing in Reddish in 2003 until its closure in 2009.
Albert Mills was opened by Robert and John Greg in 1845 for cotton spinning. Moor Mill, manufacturing knitting machines was built around the same time. William Houldsworth’s Reddish Mill was also opened in 1864 for cotton spinning and Hanover Mill was built in 1865, originally for cotton spinning but in 1889 the mill converted to make silk, velvet and woven fur. A number of major employers joined the area, with, The Reddish Spinning Company opening in 1870, The Craven Brothers opening the Vauxhall Works on Greg Street in 1900 and Broadstone Spinning Company who opened a large double mill in 1906/1907