Tire repairs are common and cost-effective. Often times when a tire is damaged and punctured, we can repair it quickly, meaning you won’t need to buy replacement tires. We’ll never tell you to buy new tires when all you need is a simple repair service.
If you are experiencing any form of trouble with your vehicle’s tires, allow our technicians to evaluate the issue. Depending on the damage done to your wheels, we might be able to get you back on the road within hours of the accident.
Tire Repair Service in Atlanta
Fix A Flat Tire
Flat tire? Don’t freak. If your tire has been punctured by a nail or some other sharp object, the tire can be fixed, most of the time. It depends on where the puncture occurred. As long as the hole is created in the tread area of the tire, and isn’t more than a quarter inch in diameter, the hole can be fixed in as little as an hour.
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Tire Pressure Light Is On
More than likely you’ll need to add some air to your tires. Come on in to our shop and let us take care of it for you, free of charge. If this doesn’t make the warning light go away, there could be a larger issue with your tire pressure monitoring system. Either way, we’ll be able to diagnose the problem once it’s your vehicle is in our garage. We’ll treat the issue and get you back on the road fast!
When To Rotate Tires
We recommend every 5,000 to 8,000 miles. This ensures your tires will wear evenly, and share the same life expectancy. Not only can we rotate your tires, but we can balance them as well. Both of these repair services are crucial if you want to get the most of of your set of new tires.
Shop Our Replacement Tire Inventory
Sometimes a tire is damaged beyond repair, and you will need to buy a replacement tire. A lot of factors go into selecting new tires: weather conditions, traction, handling, fuel efficiency, load capacity, tread life, looks, warranty and price. McCullough NAPA Auto Care can help you determine the proper tire for your driving. We can suggest appropriate options for your particular driving needs.
Car owners looking for new wheels need to keep in mind some practical matters. For example, you may want to upgrade your SUV with larger wheels and low profile tires. However, if you plan to do some off-roading in your area, your low profile tires may not work well in dirt and mud. Plus, low profile tires will not protect your rims from flying rocks that could cause damage. You need a tire and wheel combination that meets all your needs.