Tire Shop and Tire Repairs in Henderson, NV

Safety and performance come first when choosing and maintaining tires for your vehicle. Our experienced technicians at Tire Works in Henderson offer quality tire service with experts at every new tire shop location. When you need new tires, we offer brands you can trust at prices you can afford.

Complete Tire Repair and Tire Service

As you search for a “tire shop near me,” check out the Henderson location of Tire Works. We will help with a flat tire or the purchase of new tires. Visit our Henderson location for all of your tire needs (as well as any other auto repair, too). Here are some of our tire repair and wheel services:

Tire Rotation

Have you noticed one tire wearing more than the others or in different places on the tread? It’s because each tire wears differently over time. Tire Works recommends that new tires be rotated at around 5,000 miles because the tread is more susceptible to uneven wear. After that, tires should be rotated on a regular schedule, such as each time you come in for a regular oil change.

Flat Tire Repair

A flat tire can create chaos in your day. Or you may notice one of your tires losing air slowly over time. It’s tempting to ignore it but when it happens, our ASE-certified technicians are ready to take care of your tire repair and get you back on the road quickly. 

Wheel Balancing

Purchasing tires is an investment in your safety, and proper wheel balancing is part of that. Balancing makes sure the tires are spinning correctly and this will keep your tires from creating vibrations in the steering wheel at high speeds. Our tire shop will provide this expert service, which in turn maximizes tire performance.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service

Tires that are underinflated cause most tire failures. You can ensure the best performance from your tires by monitoring the inflation levels closely. Our ASE-certified technicians will provide tire pressure checks and service for your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). This system keeps track of the air pressure in your tires and alerts you via the TPMS light on your dash if your tires’ pressure needs attention. 

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Henderson Tire Shop FAQs

Why do I need to have my tires rotated?

One important aspect of keeping up with the maintenance on your vehicle is to keep your tires evenly rotated. Since brand-new tires are one of the larger investments you will make when it comes to taking care of your car or truck, you want to make sure that you get the most out of every set of tires by having them wear evenly. As the front of the vehicle typically will have more weight that the rear of the vehicle, the front tires will take more of a beating than the tires in the back of the vehicle. By rotating your tires regularly, you can help keep them in good condition for longer and ensure you get the most out of every tire you buy. 

How often should I have my tires rotated?

To extend the life of your tires, it is important to have them rotated periodically so that the wear and tear on them will be evenly distributed. When you purchase new tires, these will be the most susceptible to uneven wear. You should have your tires rotated around the same time you have your regular oil changes, so around every 5,000 miles. If you need to have your tires rotated or checked, book an appointment to visit our tire shop in Henderson. We will inspect your tires and let you know if any of your tires are becoming too worn to be safely driven upon. 

When should I check the pressure in my tires?

Maintaining the appropriate tire pressure levels helps your tires perform their best and helps keep you safe while driving. Different types of cars and trucks and different types of tires will require that you maintain a certain tire pressure. The tire pressure that’s right for your vehicle can be found in your owner’s manual or in the driver’s side door placard. As the pressure in your tires can change often, you should check the pressure in your tires at least once a month using a high-quality gauge. Though you do not need to visit a tire shop every time you check your pressure, if you are having consistent issues with losing tire pressure, you should bring your vehicle in and let our team check it out for you. 

How can I tell if I need new tires?

One of the easiest and quickest ways to assess the condition of your tires is to check for wear. You can either look at the tread wear indicators (wear bars), which are rubber strips in the tread’s grooves that become easily seen when your tread wears down to the same level as the wear bars, or you can do the penny test: Take a penny and place it in the tread with Lincoln’s head down. You probably need new tires if you can see the top of Lincoln’s head on the penny.

You should also closely inspect your tires to look for any bulges or blisters, sidewalls with cracking, and objects that have come embedded in the tires. Any of these signs are indications that you should come into our Henderson tire shop for an inspection by our expert tire technicians.

Pick-Up & Drop-Off Service

The Tire Works Pick-Up and Drop-Off Service is a no-cost concierge service to help you make the best use of your time. We’ll pick your car up at your location (within three miles) and return it to you after services have been completed. Rest assured, all contact points will be sanitized for your peace of mind.

Best Tire & Auto Service Deals in Henderson

Check out the coupons page for Henderson auto repair and tire discounts on your next tire purchase or service. Plus, we also offer our low price promise. If you find a better locally advertised price, bring the ad to us and we will match it. Schedule Your Appointment For Tire Service Today!