ROCK CHIP PAINT REPAIR
STARTS AT $99
The paint chip repair business has grown over the years because car dealers want their pre-owned cars “standing tall” and will pay a professional to repair paint chips on their trade-ins and cars they purchased at the auction. The car dealer would rather pay up to $300 to have all the paint chips repaired on a good used car than send it to their auto body shop and pay hundreds or even thousands more and have the car grounded for weeks.
Individuals need this same service as well for the very reasons stated above, whether you are selling your vehicle or not.