Tire Repair and Replacement

We carry many name brand tires including Goodyear, Dunlap, Kelly, Michelin, Uniroyal, Bridgestone, Perelli, and Yokohama. Each brand has their own performance features.

We Have Trained Tire Technicians
Unlike some tire shops, which have employees with little or no training, our technicians are properly trained to install your tires correctly the first time. We can also reset any TPMS (tire pressure monitor sensors) that your car may be equipped with.

We Repair Slow Leaks and Flats
If your tire goes flat or you notice your tires look low on air, your tire has probably been punctured with a nail or screw. Depending on the size of the hole, we can perform a simple tire repair quickly.  For larger holes, we may need to repair your tire with an internal patch to seal the tire. We’ve seen just about everything that has punctured a tire. Whether it’s a nail or a golf putter making your tire go flat, we know how to fix it quickly and properly. If we repair your tire and it doesn’t hold, we will apply the cost of the repair to the cost of a new tire, so you don’t pay twice.

One last piece of tire advice… Don’t use “Fix-a-Flat” when you have a low tire. The liquid used to seal the tire shorts out the electronics on tire pressure monitor.

When Do You Need New Tires
Do you need tires? One way to tell is to measure your tire’s tread, especially on your front tires. Here’s how… turn your steering wheel all the way to the left or right, so you can see the entire face of the tread. Next, take a penny and stick it in the lowest part of the tread. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, you NEED new tires. This measurement is equal to about 1/32″ of an inch.