Visit Our Certified Retreading Facility
Tire Solutions, we offer high-quality fleet services and commercial tire products for customers in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Burlington, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Rocky Mount and the surrounding areas. Our top priority at Tire Solutions retread is listening to our customers to understand their unique needs in order to provide services and products they can count on. We are committed to keeping your fleet up and running at maximum efficiency by offering the following services:
Green Solutions because retreading is recycling
Consider retread tires for a green solution to your commercial tire needs. At Tire Solutions, we offer top-of-the-line retread products to our commercial fleet customers in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Apex, Cary, Hillsborough, and beyond.
With state-of-the-art retreading processes and materials, we provide high-quality retreads designed to meet the needs of all our customers’ commercial equipment, no matter the application.
Commercial Tire Retreads in the NC Triangle From Goodyear & Bandag and more
To accommodate the widest variety of commercial fleet customers, we focus our retreading with Goodyear and Bandag.
Goodyear Company Retreads
Goodyear offers a range of pre-cure and mold cure tread rubber designed to meet the requirements of both retreaders and commercial end users. The company’s product line includes rubber compounds and tread patterns produced for a range of commercial tire applications.
Bandag offers application-specific retreads. With Bandag, you’ll achieve new-tire performance at a much lower cost. With tread patterns specialized according to terrain, as well as state-of-the-art compounds that resist wear, you’ll enjoy more mileage than ever before.
The Retread Process
How does the retread process work? Retreading typically starts with an inspection of the casings for any damage such as cuts, punctures, air pockets and more. Once casings have been thoroughly inspected, we’ll remove the old tread damaged materials, and make any final repairs. Then new tread rubber is bonded to the casing, and a final inspection is done.