About Us

Bill Hulett, owner and operator of ProPDRSolutions.com, specializes in the fine art of Paintless Dent Repair. This unique process restores your vehicle’s value by removing dents, dings, creases and hail damage without the need for painting and refinishing.

Our Roots

Being a former auto service manager, body shop owner and insurance adjuster, Bill was first introduced to PDR in 1980 through a program offered by Ford Motor Company. He bought the tools, read the instructions and just never figured it out. After developing a high sensitivity to Urethane paint, he decided to get out of the autobody trade. While working for “The Collision Center in Golden Valley Minnesota”, he decided to ask the Dentman he had known for several years about training. The $50,000.00 price tag was out of reach, so again he put his dream aside. After the hail storm in 1998 in Minneapolis, he finally decided to make the full transition to the paintless dent repair industry. After a one week training course, he quit his job as an insurance appraiser/adjuster and devoted himself to PDR full time. He quickly picked up the skills needed and after a few short years, found himself in the “Top 40 Techs of All Time” list as rated by the Dent Network.


After searching for equipment to perform paintless dent repairs, Bill soon discovered an unmet need in the industry and began designing and building tools and products specifically for the PDR Specialist. Many of Pro PDR Solutions products are the first of their kind in the industry and offer a unique solution to your PDR equipment needs. ProPDRSolutions products list is constantly under further development. Our products are continually updated and improved, so check back often for product updates and maintenance tips on the products you already own, as well as new products being offered.


Pro PDR Solutions offers unprecedented support and service so you receive the most value for your investment. Contact us to inquire about advanced or customized training at your facility or ours. This training is best performed one-on-one with a hands-on approach, however smaller class sizes for autobody professionals will be considered.