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Tire Replacement and Repair

Does your vehicle need new tires or a tire repair? Then visit your local Koch Athabasca Tires Centre, where tire service and preventative maintenance is quick, convenient and warranty-approved.

  • Tire Balance 
  • Tire Rotation
  • Flat Tire Repair, Tire Patches & More
  • Tire Mounting
  • Winter Tires
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System sensors 

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    Don't Let A Nail Stop You In Your Tracks

    Your tires can get damaged from potholes, broken glass, nails, screws and anything else that can puncture a tire. Our certified technicians have the tools, skills and expertise to repair your tires. Our technicians can visually inspect cuts, punctures, cracks, blisters and bulges, as well as tire pressures and tread depth measurements. Koch can repair your tires if:

    • Tire puncture is less than a quarter-inch wide.
    • Tire has not been driven on while flat.
    • The sidewall unaffected.

    Tire Rotation Service

    It’s important to rotate tires on a regular basis to prevent uneven tire wear. Over the lifetime of your tires, your tread will gradually begin to wear. If you do not rotate your tires, it may result uneven tread. tire blowout, hydroplaning. Your vehicles front tires develop more wear, as they are responsible for steering and turning. By regularly rotating the tires, the wear is spread out evenly and extends the life of all four tires as well as increase fuel economy.

    tire treadTire Tread refers to the grooved part of your tire where the rubber touches the road. Tire tread creates traction to grip the road in wet or icy conditions. Without adequate tire tread, you risk loss of traction. A safe tire tread depth and correct tire pressure with regular tire rotation can keep the wear patterns safe, and extend the life of your four tires.