Exhaust Repair in Sandy Springs
One of the most common misconceptions that exists among Sandy Springs drivers is that the exhaust in your car consists of the pipe and little else. While the pipe is one of the most important parts of the exhaust, it is far from being the only one. In truth the exhaust in most vehicles consists of a range of connected chambers from the engine to the exhaust pipe that are designed to remove fumes and gases that would prove harmful to your vehicle’s performance. The problem with not being fully aware of the full extent of our exhaust’s powers is that it can become harder to detect a problem before it is too late. That is where we come in.
Situated in the heart of Sandy Springs, our garage aims to provide the ultimate customer satisfaction to all of our Sandy Springs customers. For us this means always putting you first. So when you come to us you will not only receive unrivalled workmanship but also flexible opening hours, significant discounts, and flexible payment plans and options. We take what we do very seriously and that is why we never cut corners when it comes to delivering for our Sandy Springs customers.
Ultimate Customer Satisfaction
At Roswell Transmission Car Care Inc we provide an unrivalled exhaust repair service. To achieve this we know that we need to maintain the high standards that got us where we are today. When it comes to exhaust repair this means closely monitoring all aspects of the exhaust system and identifying and repairing any small problems before they become bigger ones. A new exhaust is extremely expensive so, where possible, we will always try and repair rather than replace. This will save you both time and money.
Corrosion: Your Exhaust’s Worst Enemy
When it comes to exhausts there are very few words that send shivers down the spines of even the most hardened mechanics more than corrosion. Corrosion, or rust as it is more commonly known, can cause irreparable damage to your exhaust if left undetected and untreated. As most people are aware, rust is formed when moisture mixes with the iron in your exhaust to form iron oxide. The moisture in this instance can come from the inside through the presence of vapor that is a by-product of combustion in the catalytic converter. It can also form on the outside because of rain and condensation from wet Sandy Springs days! Irrespective of how the moisture gets there one thing is for certain—if it is left untreated then it will wreak havoc on your exhaust.
Anyone who has experienced a winter in Sandy Springs will be able to attest to the fact that without salt on the roads, accidents would happen every day. Unfortunately, while salt helps your vehicle maintain its grip on the road it can prove far more dangerous for the corrosion of your exhaust. To avoid this it is very important that you wash under your car at least once every ten days.