Oil changes and tire maintenance are regularly on people’s service checklist for their vehicles but suspension is another vital component of the functionality of our vehicles. Suspensions, such as shocks and struts, support tons of metal and eventually the shocks will wear out, and suspension repair is necessary. Having bad suspension puts your vehicle, and its passengers, at risk because it affects your ability to control your vehicle.
If you are unsure as to what signs call for necessary suspension repair, here are 3 key signs:
Rough Car Ride
When you begin to feel every bump in the road and if your vehicle body “bounces” back after going over a bump, this is a sign that your shocks and struts are wearing out.
Drifting & Pulling
Shocks and struts help you keep control of your vehicle so a failing suspension system will impede your ability to keep the vehicle stable; and a failing suspension system will result in the feeling of drifting or pulling when you’re turning.
Uneven Tire Tread
Paying attention to your tires is always an important part of vehicle maintenance but pay closer attention to the tread on each tire. If you notice it is wearing down, unevenly on the tires, or if there are areas of less tread than others, this is a symptom of your suspension not holding the car evenly.
If you require suspension repair in Dartmouth check out Major Discount Eisner, your number one source for all local Dartmouth auto repair and tire services.
Each summer we are met with the same tasks of tidying the lawn, repairing driveway cracks, and patio maintenance. Many people look for long-term solutions that alleviate some of the updates and cleanups of early summer maintenance. One of the best ways is to invest in interlocking services. If you are looking for a way to enhance the aesthetic and long-term functionality of areas such as your driveway and patio, then interlocking styles may be the perfect fit for you!
Interlocking steps and interlocking driveways help to elevate the aesthetic of your entire property. This solution is all-weather functional and durable. There are three general groups, according to Synergy Contracting for interlocking driveways: natural stone, concrete, and brick. Each option creates a unique and distinct look but all require little to no maintenance. If repairs are required, majority of the time it is replacing a stone or two rather than a complete driveway repair as is necessary with asphalt.
Patios with interlocking steps boast similar benefits as interlocking driveways: a unique and distinct design; low maintenance and all weather functional; and a durable and reliable investment. Clean stonework and world-class craftsmanship in design and installation of interlocked patios, done by Synergy Contracting will make your home an envy of your guests.
This summer invest in your property with interlocking services and interlocking steps by contacting Synergy Contracting, a company that insists on quality and focuses on the finest details to guarantee your satisfaction with the finished product!