Paintless Dent Removal & Door Ding Repair
Dent Dave’s Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) process is the art of removing minor dings, dents, and creases from a vehicle, while maintaining its factory or custom paint finish. Good candidates for this process include:
- Smooth, shallow dings, dents, and creases ranging in diameter from smaller than a dime-sized to softball and even up to volleyball-sized dents depending on location and depth.
Areas that cannot be repaired using the Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) process include:
- Sharp dings, dents, and creases that have been stretched too deep;
- Areas reinforced with double metal such as the edges of a vehicle’s doors, hood, and trunk;
- Damage on the edge of a body panel;
- Dents with extensive paint damage (cracked or broken paint); dents from a collision / caved in panels.
- Chrome bumpers.
Hypoluxo Paintless Dent Repair , Door Dings or Car Dents.
The “Paintless Dent Repair” process is the technique used to repair a vehicle’s minor dings, dents, and creases from the back side with specialized tools, no paint is needed.
Now you don’t have to live with those minor dents and dings on your vehicle cause by careless individuals parking to close or the occasional shopping cart because it costs too much to have them fixed. Dent Dave will come to you and repair those unsightly door dings and minor dents for a fraction of the cost of a conventional repair. Mobile service at your location either while you’re at work or relaxing at home.
Most Door dings and Minor Dents can be repaired in less than one hour. There are no worries about paint matching, or peeling, because your dents are repaired without disturbing your factory paint. Most dents can be repaired in less than one hour.
Dent Dave Paintless Dent Repair is the premier mobile Paintless Dent Repair service for Hypoluxo, keep that new car feeling with a ding free car. Call today for a free estimate. 866-336-8967
Hypoluxo, Florida, is nestled in the heart of Palm Beach County on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway — just minutes from West Palm Beach and a mere stone’s throw from the sandy Atlantic Ocean beaches. The Hypoluxo name is from the Seminole term for Lake Worth. The lose translation of Hypoluxo is roughly translated “water all ’round — no get out.” Lake Worth was later renamed in honor of Colonel W.J. Worth, a Seminole Indian.
The Town of Hypoluxo has a rich history of “Barefoot Mailmen”. In the late 19th century, the mail was being delivered by boat and railway for most towns. When the mail came into Hypoluxo by rowboat from West Palm Beach, there was not a direct route to deliver letters to Miami. Hypoluxo’s postmaster commissioned “barefoot mailmen” to walk the 60 miles along the beaches to deliver the mail to Miami. On average a “barefoot mailman”, could complete the route within 6 days round-trip.
The town’s administration facility is built in old Key West style. Nature buffs will want to visit the Hammock located south of the administation building. It is a natural enclave of 100% indigenous plant species. Hypoluxo Hammock is located on the grounds of the Town Hall. It was designed to recreate the site as it would have looked 100 years ago to the Barefoot Mailman as he began his trek to Miami with a coastal hammock which was so common to this particular area before housing development and the introduction of many exotic and destructive plant species.
The town also has two other parks: 1) Hypoluxo Scrub Natural Area on Hypoluxo Road just west of Federal Highway features an observation structure overlooking the Hypoluxo Scrub Natural Area, which allows visitors to see what the the area looked like before it was developed. A series of plaques, on the main level between the towers, explain the area’s history from the early settlers in 1873 to Melton’s Autorama in the 1960’s. A 14′ tall Barefoot Mailman statue, by Frank Varga, honors the men who braved the elements on the 120 mile round trip trek and boat ride to deliver the mail. Smaller sculptures, by Chrisanthy Vargo, represent what can be seen when visiting the scrub – a scrub jay, a bromeliad, a tortoise and a fox. 2) Garnett Park is a new passive park is located at 7210 South Federal Highway. It is a place to learn of the past and the experiences of the Barefoot Mailmen. The sculpture, “Sail into the Future” by sculptor Frank Varga, moves with the wind to inspire new thoughts.
Hypoluxo is located in southeast Florida. Hypoluxo is part of Palm Beach County. Hypoluxo has 0.62 square miles of land area and 0.19 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Hypoluxo population is 2,588, which has grown 28.44% since 2000. The population growth rate is much higher than the state average rate of 17.64% and is much higher than the national average rate of 9.71%. Hypoluxo median household income is $54,115 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 7.62% since 2000. The income growth rate is much lower than the state average rate of 14.40% and is much lower than the national average rate of 19.17%. Hypoluxo median house value is $199,600 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 23.13% since 2000. The house value growth rate is much lower than the state average rate of 55.64% and is much lower than the national average rate of 50.42%. As a reference, the national Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation rate for the same period is 26.63%. On average, the public school district that covers Hypoluxo is better than the state average in quality.
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Zip Codes: 33462.