New Generation of Automotive Paint Protection Coatings

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle or recently purchased one, paint protection maybe top of mind to ensure peace-of-mind with your new car investment.  So what type of protection should you go with?  Nano ceramic coatings, more specifically the industry-leading Ceramic Pro should be a top of mind solution when thinking about paint protection for your new vehicle.

 Ceramic Pro is a multi-layered clear liquid nano ceramic coating offering a permanent paint protection.
 It will transform the surface to a permanent, ridged, flexible glass shield.
 Ceramic Pro can be described as an additional clear coat, with three times the hardness & self-cleaning properties.

Never Wax Your Car Again!

Over the past decade, there has been great advancements in nano technology paint protection methods – the highest quality being that of ceramic coatings.  A multi-layer application of liquid nanoceramic coating and once cured (typically 14 days without a car wash after application) will completely transform the surface of a vehicle’s paint into a permanent glass shield.  With this new transformed protective surface over your vehicle’s paint, there is no need to wax your vehicle for the length of the coatings lifespan!

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Why should I invest in a Ceramic coating for my vehicle?

Permanent Bond to Vehicle Paint | no need for seasonal or annual re-application

Reasonable Investment | lifetime protection and peace-of-mind

Self-Cleaning | road contaminants don’t stick to paint surface

Why we use Ceramic Pro products for this type of service?

We’re Certified Ceramic Pro Installers | knowledge to properly install & maintain

 Warranty Included | Ceramic Pro offers warranties ranging from 2 years to lifetime

 Industry-Leading | Continual R & D refinement to offer the best advancements

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