Tire Retreading

Fuel and tires are the two largest operating expenses in any commercial hauling operation. Commercial vehicles go through tires pretty quickly, and that is, of course, how tire expenses quickly add up to become such a big part of operating costs. That's why commercial tire retreading is such a popular option for fleets. Only select, structurally-intact tire casings are used for retreads. The worn tread is removed by buffing, and the new tread surface is bonded to the tire with heat and adhesives, much like the manufacture of a new tire.

Why Choose Market Tire for Tire Retreading?

  • Cost -- much of the manufacturing cost with new tires is in the casing. Retreads can cost as little as 30-50% as much as a new commercial tire.
  • Environment -- every retread tire means one less tire going into a landfill...plus every new commercial tire requires as much as 22 gallons of oil to manufacture, while tire retreading only uses around seven gallons.
  • Safety -- it's a misconception that tire retreading results in less-reliable tire. All commercial airlines and military aircraft use retreaded tires, as well as many large long- haul trucking operations today. Commercial tire retreading plants are bound to stringent quality control and manufacturing best-practices, and most are franchised or licensed with major brand suppliers.

Market Tire offers commercial tire retreading in Saskatoon, SK and Rosthern, SK and surrounding areas

In many cases, truck tires are retreaded three times or more...a tire that started out at steer axle duty might be retreaded and moved back to the drive axle, and retreaded again and moved back to a trailer axle. We work with you to ensure the retreaded tire meets your specifications for features and safety. Why continue to spend money on new tires or repairs on worn tires? Talk to Market Tire about retreads and cut your operating costs!

Scheduling an appointment is quick and easy. Just answer a few questions and we will contact you within one business day with timing and next steps.