Save Money with Retread Tires
Ward Tirecraft provides retread tires to Calgary, AB, Chestermere, AB, Rimbey, AB, High River, AB, and surrounding areas. It's no secret that commercial tires are one of the highest fleet expenses behind fuel. Retread tires cut this expense and provide your drivers with quality performance.
What is Retreading?
As commercial tires near the end of their tread life, it's possible to replace the worn tread with new tread. This process is known as retreading. Every casing is carefully inspected prior to acceptance for retreading. Retread tires cost less than new tires and one casing can go through the process multiple times. Retread tires are used on commercial trucks, school buses, farm equipment, and in many other applications.
Retread tires have been a trusted and environmentally friendly solution for businesses since the early 1900s.
Why Choose Retread Tires?
Here are three of the biggest benefits to installing retread tires:
Cost Effective: Retread tires are an affordable solution that save on average as much as 30% - 50% when compared to buying new tires, according to the Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB).
Eco-Friendly: Retread tires are green; Retreading requires less oil compared to the production of new tires and allows you to extend the useful service life of your commercial tires, reducing the number of scrap tires sent to landfills each year while promoting resourcefulness.
Safe: Retread tires are a practical solution that your truck drivers and equipment operators can rely on for like-new performance. Hospitals, schools, and even airports rely on retread tires as a safe and economical alternative to new tires.
If you have questions about tire retreading or would like to learn how much money your business will save, call your nearest location today.
When's The Best Time for Retread Tires?
Timing is important for your tires to be eligible for retreading. TRIB advises against waiting for tires to reach the legal minimum on your vehicle if you are considering having the tires retreaded. The likelihood of permanent casing damage increases at the minimum depth, because there is less rubber for protection. If you follow a recommended tire maintenance schedule, then you should be able to retread at least twice before the tire is no longer eligible for recapping.
Ward Tirecraft is your source for retread tires. Contact us today to cut fleet operation costs.
We have a reputation for excellent customer service and quality tire recaps. Our staff of personable and knowledgeable technicians will have your fleet rolling again in no time.