Protect Your Investment with Paint Protection Film (PPF)
EDP are committed to protecting your vehicle to a standard which is currently unparalleled by any other paint protection film installation company. Paint protection films are clear polyurethane films that are applied to vehicles to protect them from scratches, dents, or swirls caused by improper washing, stone chips, bird/bug droppings, and other environmental factors.
Our installations are not only completed to the highest accuracy via in-house designed patterns through our software but we can also make custom one-off parts if required to do so on bespoke parts of the vehicle. Our highly precise patterns working hand in hand with our full-time installers provide the ultimate finish and we are not only proud but also confident in stating we are the UK's leaders in PPF installations.
Our PPF installers go through a strict training program developed in-house after visiting various other training courses which we found were not comprehensive enough. Our in-house training begins with a three-month program which is followed by a one-week long examination. If the installer passes, then they go onto level two training. We have four levels of installer which can take years to reach. Our eye for detail as well as having a constant quest for raising the bar in standards has helped us be where we are today.
“The biggest difference between us and the competition is that we apply the PPF in a way in which it is invisible as possible. It is not difficult to apply Paint Protection Film, however to achieve the EDP finish is not so easy at all. The ethos behind our system is that to have the strength and flexibility of PPF but also maintain the flawless shine that EDP has always been known for and this is the most difficult part!” – Gurcharn Sahota
The self-healing characteristics of the film also provide easy maintenance of your motor vehicle. Where are on normal paintwork it is very easy to pick up scratches or swirl marks, however a vehicle protected with our PPF will only require a bucket of hot water to be poured over it to activate the self-healing process of the film. This is can be seen in the video.