Auburn & Roseville Professional Ceramic Coating Specialists.
WAX ATTRACTS DUST. CERAMIC COATINGS REPEL.
LONG LASTING PROTECTION & SHINE.
Auburn and Roseville Ceramic Coat Specialists
What is a Ceramic Coating?
How does a Ceramic Coating Work?
If it meets Air Force One's high standards, imagine what it will do for your vehicle.
Ceramic Coating Details
If you are serious about caring for your vehicle, it is vital for you to protect it against the elements. This involves applying some variety of protective coating to the exterior, allowing it to last better against all types of wear in the future. Depending on how much protection you need, however, wax may not be enough to cut it. We offer our clients efficient paint protection and paint restoration services through the use of ceramic coating options. These are designed to last longer and work harder against heavier types of damage, especially if you are avid in your driving.
Ceramic Coating Packages
IN SHOP ONLY
CAR – Starting at $1200
TRUCK/SUV – Starting at $1400
Paint Correction: Vehicles older than 2 years of age typically need paint corrections prior to applying the coating. Failure to complete this step traps paint defects behind the protective layer. Paint correction typically run between $295-$495 dependent on the severity of the paint damages.
Top 10 Reason to Get Ceramic Coating
- Unmatched Gloss
- Permanent Protection For Your Paint
- Scratch, Streak, & Marring Resistance
- Protection From UV Damage
- Prevents Bug, Sap & Chemical Staining
- Wax ATTRACTS Dust….Ceramic Coatings REPEL It
- Dust & Debris Wash Off With Ease
- Car Stays Cleaner Longer
- Prolongs the Life Of Your Paint
WHY CERMAIC COATING?
SUPERIOR TO WAX IN EVERY WAY!
If you are not sure whether you would prefer to have a coating of ceramic or wax applied to your vehicle, it is important to consider your needs. Ceramic systems offer a number of advantages over wax coatings, particularly if you plan on taking your vehicle or boat out on more trying excursions.
Ceramic will often have a much greater degree of UV protection as well, which means that the paint will not be able to oxidize so quickly if it is exposed to large amounts of UV radiation. This makes it perfect for summer driving.
The ceramic finish is also much more chemical resistant. This is crucial if you live in a heavily wooded area, where bird droppings and tree sap can collect on your vehicle and cause damage to the paint. Ceramic coatings will be able to hold up to the substances without losing its vigor.
Ceramic is also much more hydrophobic than wax, which means that it can be much better during rainy driving. Though most paints are resistant to wear in the rain, the damage will begin to add up if you take your car out in regularly wet conditions.
A ceramic finish also makes it easy to avoid keeping dirt, dust, and all kinds of grime stuck to your paint. The paint becomes much easier to maintain because all of the dirt and debris that you do not want on your vehicle will be able to wipe off much easier during a clean.
Finally, the gloss from a ceramic coat will always appear more vibrant and powerful than from a wax coat. It can be exactly what you need if you are planning on turning heads during your next drive. Ceramic makes it easier to maintain your vehicle.
THE CERAMIC COATING PROCESS
LEARN HOW WE TRANSFORM YOUR VEHICLE SURFACE
For the most part, the average coating process is relatively straightforward. Before the ceramic is applied to the paint, the professionals will assess the state of the vehicle and determine whether or not additional steps need to be taken to make sure that the coating sticks to the paint. At our location, we establish an exterior only detail after a thorough decontamination washing, a specialized clay bar treatment in order to better smooth and clean the paint, and a process of paint correction if required. Next, we then begin the application of the ceramic coating itself.
Though we always do our best to make the process as comprehensive and easy as possible, there are always factors that can affect the cost and the way the procedure goes. Facrtos like paint chips or damage may requrie further work to fully prepare the surface prior to the coating. It’s important to ensure a COMPLETELY PREPARED SURFACE prior to the application because paint correction afterward requires the removal of the protective coating.
To begin, we assess the condition of the paint as carefully as possible. Regardless of whether you are bringing in your car or boat, we understand that no two paint jobs are ever the same, and some vehicles may need more restoration work done than others. If you need a more thorough treatment to your vehicle, we offer additional correction options.
In these situations, we work with our clients to determine whether or not any specific detailing needs to be done within. This step is crucial to the success of the rest of the project, as sometimes there may be imperfections that can bleed through if they are not addressed early in the coating process.
Finally, we help all of our clients choose the appropriate coating for their needs. There are many varieties to choose from, and not all of them perform the same task as efficiently as others. Depending on what you want for your vehicle, we can help you plan ahead for your future vehicle protection requirements.
If you would like to learn more about some of the services that we can offer you, take the time to call our experts. We can help you by providing you with a quote for our services, as well as a general consultation regarding what type of coating will work best for your vehicle and needs. We have worked with all types of clients and vehicles in the area, and we are confident that we can provide you with everything you need to keep your vehicle protected against the elements.