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Paintless Dent Repair Techs make BANK!

Updated on April 9, 2014

$275,000.00 a year with Paintless Dent Repair

People ask me all the time,. "hey Brian, how much do PDR Techs make a year"? Paintless Dent Repair techs DO bank!

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Here's some recent incomes from some PDR Techs we either know of have heard of:

Hail Tech- Independance, MO $297,550.00

Auction Tech- Dallas, TX $168,110.00

Dealer Route Tech- Boston, MA $225,770.00

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Are these examples typical? Somewhat yes, somewhat no. These are for techs who work hard and usually at least 9 months out of the year. Ive never seen a full time tech make less than $60,000.00 a year, and Ive never seen a tech make more than $2M a year. Anywhere between there is a good average.

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  • paintless-repair profile imageAUTHOR

    paintless-repair 

    6 years ago

    That is True TMID-

    When we were doing hail in Austin we spent many a C-note at hooters...wasted alot of our earnings!

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    TMIDGITW 

    6 years ago

    There are definitely a lot of expenses while traveling. The Hooter's bills can run hundreds of dollars per week.

  • paintless-repair profile imageAUTHOR

    paintless-repair 

    8 years ago

    Good point excel- Your right. They can work long hours..

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    Excel Dent Removal 

    8 years ago

    Just don't mistake what a tech makes between what the business makes. Most PDR techs own there own business, so it may seem like they make quite a bit of money, but they also have all there own business expenses to pay for out of that income. This can come out to be tens of thousands a year. There are several of "on the road" expenses for a tech that does hail repair.

    Also, as was said they techs that do make quite a lot of money do work hard. They tend to work between 60-100 hours a week and usually 7 days a week when fixing hail away from home.

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