Many people fall into a certain trap. They think they're saving money by doing a job themselves. They're not paying for experts. There's a do-it-yourself guide that makes it sound easy. Why shouldn't they try it? Yet the result doesn't measure up. The little bit of money they saved doesn't match the amount of value they've just ruined. The DIY job ends up costing more in the end. The same holds true for many budget options, and you should always choose a professional car painting service when it comes to painting your car.


Tropical storms are not something typically associated with the Upstate of South Carolina and mountains of North Carolina, but those who have lived here for a while know the potential dangers of even a weakening system. Tropical storms and hurricanes that have impacted our area include, but are not limited to: Hurricane Hugo – 1989 Hurricane Danny – 1997 Hurricane Isadore – 2002 Hurricane Frances – 2004 Hurricanes Florence and Michael – 2018 When tropical systems approach our area, it is imperative to pay close attention to weather conditions so you can protect yourself and your property. In this post, we are discussing # ways to make sure you and your car are prepared for tropical storms.


Seven Vehicle Paint Protection Myths

Monday, 29 July 2019 11:10
We love our cars in western North Carolina. There is a car show almost every weekend somewhere within the 828 area code, and you can always find amazing rides from classics to modern supercars rolling through our area. It helps that one of the country's most famous roads passes through our area, the Blue Ridge Parkway. Asheville residents appreciate beauty, including the beauty of a vehicle's exterior paint.  For as long as cars have been painted, there have been myths about how to protect, preserve, and restore their finish. From unusual washing methods to short cut repairs, there are some tall tales out there. In this post, we are talking about seven vehicle paint myths and how to avoid them:


Whether you're buying a new or used car, there's one big way to save money on it. It's to maximize the value of your old car. This can help you sell it at a higher price or trade it in for more money off your new vehicle. How can you improve the resale value of your vehicle - and are there ways to make sure your car's resale value stays high even as you're driving it?