A puncture can be one of the most dangerous and disruptive problems your tyres can suffer from, so it’s essential to have your tyres inspected and repaired by professionals immediately, to bring them back up to safe working order.
We offer a comprehensive tyre puncture repair Mayo at Tyreseal, operating 7 days a week. Our product guarantees the safety of your tyre and extends the life of your tyre by up to 25%. It decreases your downtime and has proven to improve fuel consumption. Most importantly our sealant is a permanent seal in your tyre, once installed there is no reinstalling necessary, and our efficient same day service means your tyres can be repaired without causing frustrating delays to your schedule.
Customer service is something we are passionate about, and we always strive to provide the most efficient and professional tyre repair service at your convenience, all at a competitive price. We serve customers throughout Mayo, Ireland and the surrounding areas, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today to find out more.
Puncture Repair Mayo by the Qualified Team at Tyreseal
Tyre punctures creep up on you at the worst time and are a huge annoyance. Luckily, a tyre puncture repair Mayo is easy – especially for us at Tyreseal.
One common question from our customers: “How do nails get stuck in tires?” Because they lay flat on the ground, it can be hard to understand how your tires collect nails instead of rolling right over them. Commonly, nails are often found on the sides of the roads where they may not be laying flat. When you make a wide turn or veer off the road (even if only for a moment), loose nails can easily find tires. Nails may also get stuck in your back tires after being kicked up by your front tires, or they may get stuck in your front tires after being kicked up by a vehicle in front of you.
While many drivers immediately assume that their dropping tire pressure is caused by a nail puncture, low tire pressure can have a wide variety of causes. You should always check your tyre pressures regularly too. As your tyre’s rubber is permeable, it loses air pressure at a rate of up to two pounds each month and more so if you live in warm weather. Therefore, regular tyre servicing becomes an essential point.
Tyres should have the correct pressure according to the distance you plan to travel and the expected load of the vehicle. Feel free to give us a call or pop by should you need any assistance.
If you notice a puncture and are close enough to our garage – pop in and we can perform the tyre puncture repair and have you back on the road safely in no time. Tyreseal is a flat tire fix in a container. In order for Tyreseal to work, there has to be zero size wall damage, the hole has to be fairly small and the tire can’t be completely flat.
So if you find yourself with a tyre puncture, choose us for a quick and affordable puncture repair Mayo.
Why Should You Maintain Your Tyre Pressure?
Safety. Maintaining the correct tyre pressure not only enhances the ability of your vehicle to hold the road but also improves the efficiency of the braking system. Under-inflated tyres are likely to overheat, while over-inflation can dangerously affect the road handling of your vehicle.
Economy. Saving a few bucks is everyone’s priority. Having the correct tyre pressure improves and prolongs the longevity of your vehicle tyres, thereby reducing the frequency of tyre replacement. On the other hand, under-inflated tyres hike the amount of fuel to maintain a steady speed as the rolling resistance increases.
Environment. Your vehicle’s health is directly related to the well-being of the environment. Reduced fuel consumption will help to reduce your vehicle’s CO2 emissions.
Check your vehicle’s handbook for tyre specifications and options. Apart from these, if you require a simple tyre puncture repair Mayo, drive-in or book with us online and hand your vehicle to our expert technicians that provide you with the cost before they start with the process so you are fully aware of the cost.
Contact Tyreseal to let professional tyre experts take an in-depth look at your tyre health. Remember, a well-maintained tyre helps to reduce future costs and improves safety.