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.
Manalapan 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 Manalapan, keep that new car feeling with a ding free car. Call today for a free estimate. 866-336-8967
Town of Manalapan History
The Town of Manalapan is a truly unique municipality of unparalleled beauty and quality of life. Snuggled on the eastern shore of one of the fastest growing areas in the State and Nation, it remains a small and quiet community dedicated to maintaining exceptional levels of service, controlled development and a conservative approach to government.
First recorded in history in 1889 when President Benjamin Harrison granted George H. K. Carter a homestead on the yet unnamed land, the sparsely populated settlement was incorporated in 1931 by Commodore Harold Vanderbilt with the granting of a charter to the “Town of Manalapan”. Thought to be named after the New Jersey township of Manalapan, the Indian name means “Good Bread”.
The geographical configuration of the community is unique in that two separate areas exist, contiguous only by water. That portion along A-1-A between the Lantana Public Beach and the South Lake Worth Inlet, more commonly called Boynton Inlet, is the best-known area because of travel along the main north south highway. Sharing Hypoluxo Island with the Town of Lantana, the more secluded area of Manalapan occupies about the southern one third of the Island.
According to the 2010 U. S. Census, 406 year round residents swell to a population of about 495 when seasonal or other non-resident homeowners are included. Only a few housing units are rentals and the residential community includes only 4% land area designated as club and commercial. According to the 2005 Florida Estimates of Population from the University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research, the population is now at 355.
Manalapan has a Commission-Manager form of government located at 600 South Ocean Boulevard. In addition to full police and fire services, the Town provides water to the residents of Manalapan and Hypoluxo from the municipal water plant located on U.S. Highway #1 in Hypoluxo.
With an eye to the future, but with a significant trail from the past, the small Town of Manalapan continues to resist the pressures from large-scale developers. The Town Commission is determined to continue the vision of its founders who conceived Manalapan as essentially a low-density residential community of beauty and quality complementing its natural environment.
Manalapan is located in southeast Florida. Manalapan is part of Palm Beach County. Manalapan has 0.45 square miles of land area and 10.07 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Manalapan population is 406, which has grown 26.48% 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%. Manalapan median household income is $166,250 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 30.07% since 2000. The income growth rate is much higher than the state average rate of 14.40% and is much higher than the national average rate of 19.17%. Manalapan median house value is $1,000,001 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 6.02% 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 Manalapan is better than the state average in quality.
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Zip Code: 33462.