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Ceramic 

 Coatings

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Our Packages

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CRystal SS

2-Year Warranty

Wash and Decontamintion

1-Step Paint Correction

$20 Exterior Details

Trim Ceramic Coated

Rims Ceramic Coated

Glass Ceramic Coated

Free Yearly Inspection and Exterior Detail

Car:              $1,090

Truck/SUV:   $1,120

Van:              $1,200

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Pro

5-Year Warranty

Wash and Decontamintion

1-Step Paint Correction

$20 Exterior Details

Trim Ceramic Coated

Rims Ceramic Coated

Glass Ceramic Coated

Free Yearly Inspection and Exterior Detail

Car:              $1,450

Truck/SUV:   $1,550

Van:              $1,650

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Diamond SS

Lifetime Warranty

Wash and Decontamintion

1-Step Paint Correction

$20 Exterior Details

Trim Ceramic Coated

Rims Ceramic Coated

Glass Ceramic Coated

Free Yearly Inspection and Exterior Detail

Car:              $1,990

Truck/SUV:   $2,100

​Large Van    $2,200

Why Get a Ceramic Coating?

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Paint Protection

The main purpose of a ceramic coating is to protect your car’s paint. Ceramic coating locks the shine of paint by binding with the paint molecule. The thick layer of ceramic coating can protect the car’s painting from all kinds of natural elements and pollutants. Besides, the ceramic coating also makes the car’s exterior scratch and swirl resistant

As ceramic coatings act as a shield against exterior elements, your car surface will be more durable. While with wax or sealant you have to redo the protection every few months, a ceramic coating will ensure the protection for years. Depending on the quality, a ceramic coating can last anywhere from 2 years to the lifetime of the car.  And for this duration, your car won’t have to undergo any major service for surface protection. A regular wash will be enough to last for years. Besides, wax and paint sealant can easily wear off if you use harsh chemicals for car washing. On the other hand, ceramic coating is pretty durable even with frequent use of detergent and other car cleaning chemicals.

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 Adds Durability
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Water-Repelling Qualities

Water spots are the bane of existence for car owners. They always sneak up and damage the exterior of a car. Since a ceramic coating is hydrophobic in nature, it creates a water repellant layer over the car paint. The low surface energy and high contact angle of ceramic coating ensure water and moisture don’t get a chance to accumulate on the paint. Rather, they bead on the surface and gradually slide off.

For this quality of ceramic coating, you won’t have to worry about accumulating water-based grime or dirt on your car exterior. Now, imagine driving down a gravelly or muddy road without worrying about the mess or damage to your car exterior.

Getting a shiny and glossy look is probably the most obvious quality of ceramic coating in a car. While ceramic coating provides you all types of protection and functionality, it also substantially elevates the look of your car exterior.  If you want to keep that fresh brand new look of your car for longer, there are very few options other than a ceramic coating.

An immaculate ceramic coating over fresh paint can prolong the glossy shiny look of the car exterior. Besides, if the ceramic coating is thick, the shine won’t wear off even after years of exposure.

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Shiny & Glossy Look
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Cost-Effective

While ceramic coating might seem like a costly venture for your car maintenance, the investment is well worth the years it serves your car. When you opt for a cheaper protective measure such as paint sealant or waxing, you have to continually retouch them every few months. They can only last up to 2-3 months and after that, your car will be exposed again. They can’t provide you long-term protection like a ceramic coating can. Once you get a ceramic coating done you can rest assured of your car’s protection for several years, without replacing the coating. The ceramic coating provides extra protection against dirt, scratch, or swirl marks. Ultimately, that saves you time and money from the monthly wax and washing.

When your car has less dirt or grime accumulated on its exterior because it repels water-based dirt, it becomes easy to clean. The smooth texture of ceramic coating ensures dirt or grime doesn’t get a chance to stick to your car, making it simpler for you to clean and wash. Loose dirt is easier to wash off and once you get your car in the garage, you’ll spend less time scrubbing the car.

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Easy to Clean
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Protection from Chemical Stains

When your car paint is exposed to nature it can come in contact with harmful chemicals present in the environment. Many acidic chemicals, tree sap, or even bird droppings can be damaging to your car. Tree sap is acidic and once the acid comes into contact with the clear coat layer of your car paint, it can easily destroy it.

Bird droppings can also harm the clear coat layer of paint. Also, pollutants present in the air can also have a lasting effect on your car. But with ceramic coating shielding the paint, these pollutants won’t get a chance to bind with your car paint. A ceramic coating protects the clear coat of car paint, making it less susceptible to damage from all the natural chemicals mentioned here.

While a complete scratch-proof protective layer is near impossible, a ceramic coating can still provide your car some protection against light scratches, such as those from a bush or branches.

A ceramic coating doesn’t outright prevent scratches; rather it can minimize the damage from scratches. The tough layer of ceramic coating ensures the damage from a scratch or abrasion doesn’t impact the exterior of your car too much. Ceramic coating can also protect your car from swirl marks.

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Scratch Resistant
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Sun Damage and Oxidation

Your car’s exterior bears the brunt of all environmental elements. Sun damage might be the biggest of them all. When your car is exposed to UV rays and oxidation for a prolonged period, the clear coating gets damaged which can become visible. With exposure to oxygen, the paint molecule starts to lose its oil content. It eventually dries out, and a damaging effect similar to rust occurs. Excessive sunlight can also dull the paint and cause it to lose its shine.  Once your car undergoes such color damage, it will be costly to restore its appearance.

A ceramic coating acts as a protective shield against the sun’s UV rays, protecting your car’s paint from damage. As the oxidation process requires heat, the ceramic coating prevents oxidation by blocking the sun’s UV rays.

Buying a car is an investment, and you want the best maintenance to retain its value. With proper maintenance, it will hold up its value if you try to sell your vehicle years later.

Ceramic coating is the best way to ensure your car retains its look even after several years. While there might be signs of wear and tear, a ceramic coating will still appear as a new and functioning car.

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Adds Value to Your Car

So What Are you Waiting For?

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