Brentwood CA Paintless Dent Removal Vehicle Repair New Customer Offer Announced

To celebrate the opening of their new Brentwood, CA, location, Dent Erasers LLC, are offering first time customers 10% off. The vehicle experts provide a mobile paintless dent removal service.

Brentwood, United States - July 22, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Dent Erasers LLC have announced that they are offering first time customers at their Brentwood, CA, location a 10% discount. The mobile service offers a paintless dent removal service which is fast and convenient for customers.

For more information please visit the website here: https://denterasersllc.com/

Dent Erasers is a locally owned and operated business that serves the Concord areas of Alamo, Danville, Martinez, Orinda, Antioch, Lafayette, Moraga, Pittsburg and Walnut Creek. They also serve Brentwood and a 10% discount being offered to first time customers visiting this new location.

The company explains that paintless dent removal is a skill that requires many years of practice to master. Brian of Dent Erasers explains that he has 20 years of experience in the industry and is still active in honing the skills required to remove dents from all makes of domestic and foreign vehicles.

Dent Erasers also specialize in the special technique of glue pulling that most other dent techs have not mastered. This skilled service is often used for hail damaged vehicles and inaccessible areas.

Paintless dent repair removes dents from a damaged vehicle without removing the paint and involves no fillers or sanding. Not only does this keep insurance premiums low, but it is also 50% to 70% cheaper than having a dent repaired at a traditional body shop.

For the convenience of the customer Dent Erasers’ service is a mobile one and they will come to wherever the customer is, at home or work. It is also a fast service and, depending on the area of damage needing to be fixed, is usually completed within an hour.

Speaking of the service offered by Dent Erasers, a previous customer has said: “Brian is great! He came to my car, evaluated the dent, told me what to expect, and repaired the dent in question as well as several minor imperfections in the area quickly and for a reasonable price. What I liked best is that he told me that he might not be able to do a 100% repair, but the repair came out 100% anyways! You can’t even tell there was a dent there.”

Those wishing to find out more about Dent Erasers can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they are also available on 925-526-7419

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Blanc
Email: denterasersllc@gmail.com
Organization: Dent Erasers LLC - Brentwood CA
Address: 204 Mountain View Dr, Brentwood, CA 94513, United States
Phone: +1-925-526-7419

For more information, please visit https://denterasersllc.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 381736

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