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Detailing your car in winter

Detailing your car in winter

It is obvious that in the summer it is necessary and easy to detail one’s car both on the inside and outside. When winter rolls through though, taking care of your car is just as important because the cold is extremely damaging to our cars, especially in Calgary’s winters.

TireForce is not only Calgary’s mobile tire service but we provide a mobile auto detailing service too, where we come to your preferred location to service your vehicle. In winter, our mobile detailing service is more interior-focused, but given the right conditions, we can a little different because of Calgary’s cold weather, but it is beneficial to have the following detailing items done on your car to ensure it is protected and well-maintained for the continued maintenance of your vehicle.

Wash your car

The state of Calgary’s winter roads means your car will be exposed to salt, gravel, sand and other road debris. All of these items will scratch your car and moisture from the road will seep into these scratches, causing your paint to eventually chip. Repeated freezing and thawing of this moisture in your car will result in weakened surficial paint which will eventually crack, allowing for oxidization to occur. To prevent this from happening, have your car washed regularly in winter. In Calgary, have your cleaning service timed to the reoccurring chinooks is best since your car wont’ freeze at night from being cleaned.

Car waxing

Especially in Calgary where there is heaving use of road salt, getting a professional wax job on your car will help protect your car’s finish in harsh conditions. After your car is washed from snow and salt, getting it waxed protects your car against corrosion and other damage from winter’s harsh elements.

Your Leather Interior

Your leather seats are an added value to your car, but they need to be taken care of in summer and winter. The colder air pulls moisture out of your leather seats, so have TireForce treat your leather prior to the arrival of freezing temperatures because below -10, your leather will not absorb the treatment.

Treat your car’s tires

Our tires take a beating in the snow and ice and we rely on them to get us around without fail. TireForce can treat your tires in the winter to enhance their barrier to the elements and will ensure your rubber won’t deteriorate. This will also help prevent the buildup of snow, ice and road salt on your tires.

At TireForce, our service vans are equipped to perform all the interior and exterior detailing services you need to properly maintain and protect your vehicle. Contact us to find out the different interior and exterior detailing we offer in winter so that you too can experience the ‘new car’ feeling that you deserve be it in the heat of the summer, or in the dead of winter.

When Should You Replace Winter Tires?

When Should You Replace Winter Tires?

‘When should you replace winter tires?’ is a common question our tire experts at TireForce receive from our clients when they’re out on a service call. TireForce is a mobile tire service where we come to your preferred location to perform a tire change and tire repair in Calgary, so we know tires like nobody else.

If you have been using the same winter tires for a few years, it may be time to take a look at your tire’s tread depth to ensure they are doing what they’re supposed to do to keep you and your family safe on Calgary’s snowy streets.

A winter tire’s performance is affected by how worn down the tire’s tread is. The tread pattern on a winter tire is designed to grasp snow and push slush away, giving you more traction with the road’s surface. A tire’s grip is enhanced by the rubber the tire is made of, designed to withstand colder temperatures and stay soft. The state of your tire’s treads is important to keep an eye on, because the more your tread is worn down, the less snow it can grasp and push away for you.

When your tread depth is more than half worn down, you should be seriously looking into replacing your tires. To test the level of your depth, you can do this in your garage or driveway right now by grabbing a toonie and place it on your tire’s tread:

If the tread reaches the polar bear’s feet, your tread is great.
If the tread reaches just the silver part of the coin, your tires are half worn and will need replacing soon.
Lastly, if the tread reaches the writing on the coin, your tread is worn and you will need to replace your tires now to be safe on Calgary roads.

If you prefer using a tool that is more technical that the toonie test, you can purchase a tread depth gauge at any local Calgary gas station and keep in your car’s glove compartment. To measure your tire’s tread depth using a gauge, find the shallowest groove of your tread and insert the gauge pin until the base is flush with the tire. Take a reading of the scale, and if the number falls between 7-12/32”, then your tires are great to drive on. A lower reading indicates your winter braking and ability to handle snowy icy corners will not be at its best and therefore, new tires will be needed.

Every time TireForce comes out to service or change your tires, we will perform a health assessment of your tires. If this is the year that your tires need to be replaced, TireForce is your mobile tire shop in Calgary to help you choose new tires for your car and budget. In addition, TireForce will also deliver and install your winter tires at your preferred location-we’re as ‘near me’ as you can get in your search for tire service in Calgary. Reach out to us today!

When should you replace your tires

When should you replace your tires

When trying to figure out when to replace your tires, it’s not as complicated as you would think. Take a little time to become familiar with your tires and what the key indicators are, and you will be well versed in knowing when to change them and what to look for picking out your next ones.

TireForce is Calgary’s mobile tire service where we will come out to your preferred location to repair, perform a seasonal change and even deliver new tires that we have sourced for you. Our team of tire experts can answer any tire questions you may have, but read on below to learn the signs of when you need to replace your tires.

Wear and age are the two factors to consider when deciding when to replace your tires. All tires begin to wear with use, but how your tires wear is an indication if there is an issue with your car’s alignment or tire pressure.

The age of your tire is shown when components of your tire begin to change over time and storage conditions and environmental conditions will impact the age of your tire.

Luckily, all tires have an age indicator on them which states the year and week the tires were made. When looking at your tires, look for the ‘DOT’ followed by a series of numbers and letters, and then 4 digits. The first two of these four digits speak to the week of manufacture, followed by the year. For passenger vehicles, trucks, and SUVs, tires can average between 6 to 10 years before they need to be replaced. Of course, this is all dependent on how your vehicle was driven and the weather extremes it was subjected to. Sunlight, freezing temperatures, being driven heavily, standing still too long-all these factors contribute to ageing a tire. Swapping your tires seasonally between winter and summer tires is a good idea, because not only does it keep you safer on the road, it also adds to the longevity of your tires.

TireForce’s team of Calgary technicians can answer all of your questions about tires. Their expertise can warn you about signs of ageing such as rotting, cracking, discoloration, thread exposure, bubbles and bulges. When TireForce comes out to service your tires, they will look at your tread depth to ensure it is still within safe acceptable limits. If any of your tires need to be replaced, TireForce’s team of experts will provide you with a variety of options that complement your vehicle’s specifications and your driving style. If your tires need repair that is beyond the scope of what TireForce’s mobile tire services can do, their technicians will recommend you to appropriate and trusted partners. The best part about TireForce is, they will do all this and more at your chosen location. Be it your home, work, or anywhere else you may be, we are your ‘tire replacement near me’ because we always come to you, so let’s book you in today.

There’s never a good time to get a flat tire but they happen and become an issue you must deal with in the moment. If you find yourself with a flat tire, call TireForce, Calgary’s mobile tire service to come to your location to replace and/or repair your tires. There are things you can do however, to prevent getting stuck in this situation. Here are some of TireForce’s tips! 1-Check tires for wear It is a good habit to get into to check your tires regularly for wear and tear. Your tire’s tread can become thin from fast starts, frequent stopping and starting, and aggressive stops. This can wear away at your tires’s tread unevenly, and good thing to keep an eye on. 2-Keep your tires inflated With changing temperatures in Calgary, air pressure changes too and this affects your tires. Keep your tires inflated at the correct pressure because too much air in your tire can make for a rough ride, but too little air in your tire can wear down your tire’s tread and increase your fuel consumption. If you have questions about what pressure is right for your wheels, call TireForce and we will come out to help you! 3-Brake check Check your car’s brakes often and regularly. Your wheels get worn down more when brakes are tightly adjusted, so ensuring your brakes are adjusted correctly is important. 4-Can of compressed air/hand pump Keep a can of compressed air or pump handy in your trunk in the event that you get a flat tire and it needs some air. 5-Check your spare tire We don’t often think about the spare tire in our car, until we need to use it, and then it suddenly becomes much more important. Check your tire from time to time to ensure it has the required air pressure needed and no defects such as bulges, tears, or cracks in the sidewall. Should you need to put your spare tire on, avoid driving on it over long distances and drive slow. Going over 50 km/h on your spare tire is definitely not advised. 6-Good Tread TireForce can help you with the purchase of new tires for your car. We can advise you which tires have the best thick thread which is important, as it is puncture resistant. Ask our team of tire experts to help you out and when you’ve decided which tires you want, TireForce can deliver them to you as part of our mobile tire service in Calgary. 7-Watch the road You can’t always see the small things that will get you,but avoiding debris in the road you may see is helpful. Streets around construction sites will have a higher chance of glass, nails, or screws, so avoiding those areas if possible, is helpful. Flat tires are a pain but make it easier on yourself and call TireForce for your tire repair and tire service in Calgary and our team will come to your location at a time that suits you. We are your ‘tire service near me’ because you can’t get any closer than your home, work, or where ever else you may be.

7 Ways to Prevent a Flat Tire

There’s never a good time to get a flat tire but they happen and become an issue you must deal with in the moment. If you find yourself with a flat tire, call TireForce, Calgary’s mobile tire service to come to your location to replace and/or repair your tires. There are things you can do however, to prevent getting stuck in this situation. Here are some of TireForce’s tips!

  1. Check tires for wear
    It is a good habit to get into to check your tires regularly for wear and tear. Your tire’s tread can become thin from fast starts, frequent stopping and starting, and aggressive stops. This can wear away at your tires’s tread unevenly, and good thing to keep an eye on.
  2. Keep your tires inflated
    With changing temperatures in Calgary, air pressure changes too and this affects your tires. Keep your tires inflated at the correct pressure because too much air in your tire can make for a rough ride, but too little air in your tire can wear down your tire’s tread and increase your fuel consumption. If you have questions about what pressure is right for your wheels, call TireForce and we will come out to help you!
  3. Brake check
    Check your car’s brakes often and regularly. Your wheels get worn down more when brakes are tightly adjusted, so ensuring your brakes are adjusted correctly is important.
  4. Can of compressed air/hand pump
    Keep a can of compressed air or pump handy in your trunk in the event that you get a flat tire and it needs some air.
  5. Check your spare tire
    We don’t often think about the spare tire in our car, until we need to use it, and then it suddenly becomes much more important. Check your tire from time to time to ensure it has the required air pressure needed and no defects such as bulges, tears, or cracks in the sidewall. Should you need to put your spare tire on, avoid driving on it over long distances and drive slow. Going over 50 km/h on your spare tire is definitely not advised.
  6. Good Tread
    TireForce can help you with the purchase of new tires for your car. We can advise you which tires have the best thick thread which is important, as it is puncture resistant. Ask our team of tire experts to help you out and when you’ve decided which tires you want, TireForce can deliver them to you as part of our mobile tire service in Calgary.
  7. Watch the road
    You can’t always see the small things that will get you,but avoiding debris in the road you may see is helpful. Streets around construction sites will have a higher chance of glass, nails, or screws, so avoiding those areas if possible, is helpful.
    Flat tires are a pain but make it easier on yourself and call TireForce for your tire repair and tire service in Calgary and our team will come to your location at a time that suits you.  We are your ‘tire service near me’ because you can’t get any closer than your home, work, or where ever else you may be.
We had our first snow fall and just as fast as it came, it went away. City of Calgary crews have assured us that with every snow fall, they are ready to improve our roads and do what they need to with ploughing and sanding to keep roads cleared and safe. Salt lowers water’s freezing point and sand helps provide traction and keep the salt in place, making our roads easier to drive on. However, the flip side of that coin is all that salt and sand application is damaging to our cars. So, how do you prevent road rust and salt damage on your car? Is salt bad for tires? Read on for TireForce’s tips on what you should do to help your tires this winter and minimize the corrosive nature of salt and sand. Wash your car often-it is important to wash your car often enough in the winter, to remove any accumulations of salt which will make your car rust. Giving your car a rinse every couple of weeks will help minimize damage and given the temperatures drop into the evening and night, be sure to wash your car early on in the day, to minimize and prevent any freezing. Be sure to rinse the undercarriage of your car and around your tires too. Salt and other road chemicals will find themselves in between the tire and the wheel and if not rinsed away, will start eating away at the sealant. Brush snow off-before you park your car in your garage or parkade at night, be sure to brush off any snow. When moisture and oxygen combine on metal, rush will form. If you don’t remove as much snow and moisture as you can, you are allowing moisture to do its thing on your cars. When rust forms on your car’s body, on your undercarriage, or tire axle’s, this quick can become an expensive and dangerous problem. Wax your car before winter-TireForce offers mobile car detailing services in Calgary where we come to your location to professionally clean the inside and/or outside of your car. Before winter really hits, getting your car cleaned and waxed is an excellent preventative measure for your car. A good quality winter wax will protect the body of your car, and also make it much easier for salt and grime to be washed off throughout the season. With winter this year being forecasted to deliver more snow than usual, if you are concerned about the health of your tires, give TireForce a call for your tire repair and tire service in Calgary. We are your ‘tire service near me’ because you can’t get any closer than your home, work, or where ever else you may be. Our team will come to your preferred location to inspect and service your tires, and if you need to buy new tires for the winter season, we can deliver those to you, and install them, too.

How to prevent road rust and salt damage on your car and tires in Calgary

We had our first snow fall and just as fast as it came, it went away. City of Calgary crews have assured us that with every snow fall, they are ready to improve our roads and do what they need to with ploughing and sanding to keep roads cleared and safe.

Salt lowers water’s freezing point and sand helps provide traction and keep the salt in place, making our roads easier to drive on. However, the flip side of that coin is all that salt and sand application is damaging to our cars. So, how do you prevent road rust and salt damage on your car? Is salt bad for tires? Read on for TireForce’s tips on what you should do to help your tires this winter and minimize the corrosive nature of salt and sand.

Wash your car often– It is important to wash your car often enough in the winter, to remove any accumulations of salt which will make your car rust. Giving your car a rinse every couple of weeks will help minimize damage and given the temperatures drop into the evening and night, be sure to wash your car early on in the day, to minimize and prevent any freezing. Be sure to rinse the undercarriage of your car and around your tires too. Salt and other road chemicals will find themselves in between the tire and the wheel and if not rinsed away, will start eating away at the sealant.

Brush snow off- Before you park your car in your garage or parkade at night, be sure to brush off any snow. When moisture and oxygen combine on metal, rush will form. If you don’t remove as much snow and moisture as you can, you are allowing moisture to do its thing on your cars. When rust forms on your car’s body, on your undercarriage, or tire axle’s, this quick can become an expensive and dangerous problem.

Wax your car before winter- TireForce offers mobile car detailing services in Calgary where we come to your location to professionally clean the inside and/or outside of your car. Before winter really hits, getting your car cleaned and waxed is an excellent preventative measure for your car. A good quality winter wax will protect the body of your car, and also make it much easier for salt and grime to be washed off throughout the season.

With winter this year being forecasted to deliver more snow than usual, if you are concerned about the health of your tires, give TireForce a call for your tire repair and tire service in Calgary. We are your ‘tire service near me’ because you can’t get any closer than your home, work, or where ever else you may be. Our team will come to your preferred location to inspect and service your tires, and if you need to buy new tires for the winter season, we can deliver those to you, and install them, too.

How to avoid a Tire Blowout

How to avoid a Tire Blowout

Have you ever driven down Calgary roads and surrounding highways and seen scraps of rubber scattered about? They’re remnants of someone experiencing a tire blow out and they’re scary to witness and also experience. Tire blowouts can happen for several reasons and there are things you can do to ensure the health of your tires is up to date.  

 

At TireForce, we are Calgary’s mobile tire experts, so we understand tires inside and out. When we come out to service your tires, we will assess the health of your tires, offer any recommendations that may be noticed by our team of mobile tire experts, and answer any questions you may have. If you need to purchase new tires in Calgary, we can help you with the process and deliver them to your location too.  

 

When it comes to avoiding a tire blowout, here are some things to consider and monitor: 

 

Tire Pressure- Monitoring your tire pressure and ensuring your tire pressure is optimized is key to maintaining the health of your tires and avoiding blowouts.  As temperatures change, so too does air pressure, and the pressure needs for your tires is affected as a result. Manually checking your tire’s pressure regularly is a good habit to get into so you’re not solely relying on your automobile’s tire-pressure monitoring sensors to alert you. Calgary’s winter temperatures are known to dip and climb due to alternating cold snaps and chinooks, and that will affect the pressure in your tires. Colder air makes tire pressure drop, warmer temperatures increase tire pressure, so getting into a habit of checking your tire pressure a couple times per month is good to do. 

 

Tire wear- The deeper the tread of your tire, the better they are. This is crucial for Calgary roads and winters and why TireForce highly recommends you change your tires seasonally. Worn tires cannot grasp icy roads very well, so you are at a higher risk of getting into an accident when your tires are not at their optimal health. Thinner tires also heat up faster and this is where your risk of a blowout increases when your tread is thin. Stay safe on the road and call TireForce to come out and assess the tread and health of your tires.  

 

Road hazards- Some things you cannot avoid because you see them at the last second or didn’t see them at all. Potholes, driving over a curb, or driving over debris can affect your tires causing an immediate blowout, or cause damage that leads to a blowout later on. If you experience an obstruction in your path, it is a good idea to get your tires inspected by the tire experts at TireForce. 

 

If you are concerned about something with your tires, reach out to us at TireForce and our mobile team of tire experts in Calgary will come your way to assess your tires and get you back on the road. 

Tips to Avoid a Pothole Disaster

There is a silver lining to the first real snow fall on Calgary streets…potholes become less of worry! Until then, this incredible fall weather we’re having leaves us to divert and drive around these inevitable road pests that are a burden on your tires.

You can thank Calgary’s varying temperatures in winter for the creation of potholes due to the wide fluctuations in freezing and thawing we experience throughout our winter.

If a chinook rolls through Calgary, daytime temperatures will melt snow, causing water to seep into the cracks in the pavement and roads. At night when temperatures dip again, the frozen water in these cracks expands, further pushing on the pavement and widening cracks even more. Repeat this process over time and compound things with the effects of driving traffic, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for the creation of potholes.

TireForce is Calgary’s answer to mobile tire service where we will come out to your location to provide tire sales, perform seasonal tire changes, and tire repair. Potholes are not friendly on your tires as they can puncture your tire, bend or crack your wheel, damage the sidewalls and belts. At TireForce, we’ve seen our share of tires needing repair because of them so we’ve put together some simple tips to avoid pothole disasters:

  1. Don’t tailgate the vehicle in front of you. Doing so is never a good idea anyways, but this also prevents you from seeing potholes in the road ahead of you in time to miss them.
  2. Most potholes occur along pavement seams and well-traveled ruts in the road. Do your best to avoid these spots when you drive and keep your tires off these areas if you can.
  3. Avoid driving through puddles, as tempting as they may be. Many clients have lamented how they didn’t realize a puddle was just a full pothole.
  4. Your tire’s air pressure (insert link on these words to blog about air pressure on tires) is an important item to keep an eye on because the optimal pressure in your vehicle will be the best protection for you if you hit a pothole. Tires that are too-firm and tires that are too soft are not good for protecting against pothole damage.

Potholes can alter your car’s alignment, suspension, steering and more. You won’t see it, but it could result in uneven and premature tread wear on your tires, costing you a tire replacement before you expected it. If you are concerned about something with your tires, reach out to us at TireForce and our mobile team of tire experts in Calgary will come your way to assess your tires.

Should I Inflate My Tires in Cold Weather

As a quick science reminder, when temperatures rise or fall, pressure changes. In lower temperatures, molecules move slower and are huddled closer together. In warmer weather, the opposite happens and molecules move faster and further away from one another. This will have a direct correlation on your tires and in Calgary’s swinging weather where chinooks result in large temperature changes, your tires will lose or gain 0.19 pounds per square inch (PSI) for every degree change your tires are exposed to.

So, if you’re wondering if you should inflate your tires in cold weather, TireForce says yes, and here’s why.

Low tire pressure can increase braking time and this could be dangerous if you should find yourself needing to brake suddenly. With lower tire pressure, you are also increasing your car’s contact with the road which increases your fuel consumption, costing you more money.

Another significant expense is having to buy new tires entirely much sooner than anticipated because lower tire pressure affects your grip and handling of the road, resulting in damaged tires that need to be replaced faster.

TireForce is Calgary’s mobile tire expert. When you need to purchase new tires or need tire repair in Calgary, we come to your location. Soon we’ll be in the season of winter tire changes and this too we can perform at your location. When we come out to service your tires, we will assess the health of your tires, offer any recommendations that may be noticed by our team of mobile tire experts, and answer any questions you may have.

We will remind you to check your tire pressure regularly before you drive, even in cold weather. If you’re not sure how to do that, we will show you. Obtaining a cold reading (before you drive) on your tires is more accurate to their true pressure since tires heat up and naturally increase slightly in pressure as you drive.

Many things affect tire pressure- the temperature outside the tire, sunlight exposure, how much driving you are doing, temperature inside the tire and a leak will all affect your tire’s performance. Call TireForce for your tire repair and tire service in Calgary and our team will come to your location at a time that suits you.  We are your ‘tire service near me’ because you can’t get any closer than your home, work, or where ever else you may be, so let’s book you in today!

10 Simple Tips for Longer Lasting Tires

If there’s one thing TireForce knows best, it is your tires. We are a mobile tire service company where mobile tire repair, mobile tire sales, and mobile tire changes in Calgary is our specialty. Your location is our destination because we value your time, so rather than you coming to us and having to wait to be serviced, leave your tires out for us by your vehicle, and we will take care of the rest.

Being vital to your journey, tires deserve your attention when it comes to the maintenance and care of your vehicle. Here are some tips of things you can do to save money, stretch the life of your tire and increase driving performance.

  1. Keep your tires properly inflated . Throughout the year, it is important to keep your tires inflated properly. Checking your tire pressure regularly  is a good habit to get into because driving with under or over-inflated tires affects your vehicle’s braking ability, steering control and acceleration. What should your tire pressure be? Check the sticker on your driver side door and it will tell you where your pressure should be in each season. And, be sure to check your tire pressure before your start driving when your tires are cold.
  2. Rotate your tires. Rotate your tires regularly to balance out the way they are used and affected by the road and your driving conditions. Rotating your tires every six months is another good habit to get into.
  3. Check your wheel alignment. Everyday driving and road conditions affect your tires’ alignment, so it is good practice to adjust your alignment once a year.
  4. Balance your tires. Anytime you have your tires rotated, changed, or repaired, get them balanced to finish off your service. Driving around with unbalanced tires puts you at risk of premature tire tread wear which means, this costs you more money in the end.
  5. Change your tires seasonally. It is a popular debate whether winter tires are better than all-season tires, but for Calgary roads and winter conditions, winter tires are truly your best friend on the road.
  6. Store your tires. When you change your tires seasonally, don’t leave them lying around because you risk rubber deterioration. It is best to store tires indoors, but if you can’t, ensure your storage area is clean, cool, dark and raised off the ground. Sunlight affects the rubber over time so you don’t want them exposed to sun while not being used.
  7. Inspect your tires. Watch for changes in your tires. Uneven tread wear, punctures, leaks, bulges or noticing objects stuck in the tread are all things you should keep an eye out for because they could be a sign of imminent tire rupture or that you need tire repair.
  8. Repair your tires immediately. If you notice a small leak or find an object lodged in your tire, have it repaired immediately. Our team of mobile tire repair experts can repair most punctures, but this is not something you should delay getting done.
  9. Keep your tires the same. Mixing and matching tires will cost you more money down the line because having mismatched tires can result in rapid and uneven tread wear, affect your steering and result in mechanical issues. If you need a tire replaced, we will often recommend you replace both wheels on the same axle because this will save you more money down the road.
  10. Replace your tires. Don’t stretch out the life of your tire more than what it is showing you. You are gambling with your safety and your wallet if you keep driving on tires that have exposed tread or are showing wear and tear.

Tire health and performance is not as complicated and time-consuming as some may think. Feel free to ask our team of mobile tire technician’s any questions you may have when they come out to service your vehicle. Reach out to TireForce in Calgary today to book in for your mobile tire service or request a quick quote!

How often should you detail your car

How often should you detail your car?

We rely on our cars to get us around and without giving it too much thought, we assume they will be working for when we need them. But, in order for them to work as they should, we may not realize we need to keep them in perfect working order and not just mechanically. Car details are an essential part of keeping our cars running, and here’s why.

TireForce is a mobile tire repair service in Calgary, as well as a mobile car detail service in Calgary. Our specialty is convenience, allowing you to get on with your daily tasks while we tend to your car’s needs by coming out to your location to get services done. We offer a range of car detailing services because TireForce believes a thorough cleaning benefit not only the overall appearance but the performance of your vehicle, too.

Detailing your car periodically helps remove any odors, stains, or makes that you might not be able to otherwise remove on your own. This is an aesthetic perk, but at the same time, maintaining your vehicle regularly helps maintain its value when you want to sell it one day.

As we mentioned here, when TireForce comes out to detail your vehicle, you have the option to have us clean the engine of your vehicle. Procedures like this help in avoiding more expensive issues from arising. Residue and dirt can build up on your engine over time, so having it detailed helps keep things running smoothly, allowing for easier access to parts that may need a technical fix if something does break down.

Getting your car detailed does cost more money than just a regular car wash, but experts suggest getting a detail done every six months at a minimum, and if you can afford it, several times a year. Several of our clients book a car detail twice a year and at the same time as they have their seasonal tires changed. However, your driving style leads you along dustier and muddier roads, you may consider getting detailing done more often.

Regardless of how often you detail your car, TireForce highly recommends getting your vehicle detailed when you are about to sell. Much like keeping your house as clean as possible when you are looking to sell, having a pristine shine and smell to your vehicle will only make it that much more attractive to the next prospective buyer.

If you are short on time to get your car detailed, then TireForce is your solution. Your convenience is our specialty and is a mobile service company in Calgary, TireForce’s vans are equipped to provide all the services you desire for your interior and exterior detailing needs. Reach out and book with us today so you too can experience the ‘new car’ feeling that you deserve.

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