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.
North lauderdale 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 North Lauderdale, keep that new car feeling with a ding free car. Call today for a free estimate. 866-336-8967
North Lauderdale is a compact city, in the center of Broward County, which is in the center of South Florida, an area that – at least economically speaking – is the center of the Americas. This pivotal location makes North Lauderdale a community rich in diversity. Our 42,000 residents have come from all over the world to secure a place in the sun, stake a claim in South Florida’s vibrant economy and build a future for their children. And as you’ll see, our future looks promising.
Whether you’re a long-time resident or you’re planning on relocating to North Lauderdale, the City is always looking for innovative ways to serve its residents better. Not only is North Lauderdale a great place to visit, it’s been named one of the Top 100 Communities for Youth by America’s Promise Alliance.
Where We’ve Been
North Lauderdale wasn’t always at the center of things. At its creation in 1963, it was a new frontier – literally and figuratively. At that time, it was largely farmland on the western edge of development in Broward County. North Lauderdale was originally grazing pasture for cows and horses of the Anderson Dairy Farm and also and agricultural area for the Lean Lyons Stringbean Farm.
Recognizing a rare opportunity to work with a blank slate, famed architect Morris Lapidus turned his attention to planning a city that would become North Lauderdale. Lapidus gained international notoriety for launching the 1950’s “Miami Beach” style resort hotel. His design of the Fontainebleau Resort, the Eden Roc and Americana helped create the style of Miami Beach.
The flamboyant, curvy, idiosyncratic and immediately recognizable style became lodged in the American conscience when the Fontainebleau appeared in the 1964 James Bond classic Goldfinger. After hotels, Lapidus turned to designing cities. North Lauderdale, “The City of Tomorrow”, was the first city he laid out. Fifty years later, residents still benefit from his influence and vision, which can be seen in the whimsical “beacons” lending the city prominence and in the distinct, amoebic shape of Boulevard of Champions.
In the late 60’s, recognizing the growing demand for single-family homes, the Osias Organization, headed by Colonel Nathan Rood, who was also the first appointed Mayor, purchased most of the land and began the development of North Lauderdale proper. In April 1969, by straw vote, Michael Saraniero became the City’s first elected Mayor.
The First Development Boom
Once the city was laid out, the promise of affordable homes near the seaside ushered in a 10-year development boom in the 1970’s. Where the rich and famous flocked to Miami Beach, regular families enamored with the Sun Belt, moved to North Lauderdale. Thousands moved in and neighborhood after neighborhood came to life. The city’s character took shape of a younger, family-oriented community where most social interaction took place after work around a softball field. North Lauderdale is a city where a week of hard work is rewarded with sunshine-filled weekends and family barbecues.
Where We’re Going
In recent years, Broward County has faced another development boom, but one that is quite different. While most growing areas in the country develop by sprawling outward, Broward County is building inward. The desire to move to Broward from Europe, the Caribbean, South America and the rest of the United States has never been greater. That demand has spurred Broward to rebuild itself in order to accommodate more and more people. And because of that, North Lauderdale, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale has seen one exciting project after another open its doors, making the city a more and more attractive place to live. The City may be a cozy five square miles, but its current growth spurt is just getting started.
North Lauderdale is located in southeast Florida. North Lauderdale is part of Broward County. North Lauderdale has 4.59 square miles of land area and 0.03 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total North Lauderdale population is 41,023, which has grown 27.15% 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%. North Lauderdale median household income is $43,146 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 7.73% 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%. North Lauderdale median house value is $188,100 in 2006-2010 and has grown by 103.35% since 2000. The house value growth rate is much higher than the state average rate of 55.64% and is much higher 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 North Lauderdale is better than the state average in quality.
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Zip Codes: 33068.