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Tired of searching for the tires you want at the best price? Your search ends here! Tire Warehouse has all the top brands at affordable prices. Find your tires in under a minute.


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THE INNOVATIVE WAY TO BUY TIRES

Introducing the fastest and easiest ways to buy tires! Compare different tire brands for your vehicle. Find the best tires for your money. Have your tires shipped anywhere you like. All from your laptop, tablet or smartphone! The old days of going from tire store to tire store to find the right tires at the best price are over. Welcome to Tire Warehouse!

Tire Warehouse has been serving Calgarians for over 40 years. Got any tire-related questions? Give us a shout!

Shop and Compare

Know which tires you’re looking for? Still deciding? Just looking around? Our search tool gives you access to dozens of tire brands instantly and lets you filter the results to find exactly what you’re looking for.

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Transactions are processed here on our secure site. All major credit cards and Paypal accepted. We do not accept American Express at this time.

Installation on Your Terms

Have your tires shipped to you, to your favourite shop, to one of our certified installers or have an installer come to you. The choice is yours!

DRIVE SAFE, CALGARY

Driving in Calgary is challenging enough. Make sure your car will respond when you need it to the most by having tires you can rely on. Your tires are responsible for:

  • Handling
  • Braking
  • Steering
  • Stability
  • Road traction
  • WE KNOW TIRES - HERE ARE 10 MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR CALGARIANS

    Having safe tires means properly maintaining those tires. Just like checking and changing your oil is necessary for the safety of your vehicle, so is checking your tires regularly. Here is a checklist of ten things you can do to lengthen the life of your tires and keep you safe:

    1. Buy the right tires

    Make sure you read your owner’s manual and buy the tire size recommended by the manufacturer. The type of tire that’s best for your driving needs depends on how much driving you do, the season, and where you do your driving, among other factors. If you’re not sure which tires are the right fit, contact one of our specialists who will be more than happy to help

    2. Keep a tire gauge in your vehicle at all times

    Checking your tire pressure regularly is one of the easiest ways to proactively maintain your tires.

    3. Make sure your tires are at the right pressure

    Use your tire gauge and consult your owner’s manual to make sure your tires are at the right pressure. Underinflated tires could accelerate the wear and tear on your tires and affect your steering, handling and grip. Overinflated tires can also lead to premature tire wear as well as handling and braking issues. Check your tire pressure once a month and before any long road trips

    4. Check your tire tread often

    You can use a Canadian quarter to do this. Insert it head-first into a groove where the tread is the lowest. If the tread covers the top of the Queen’s head on the coin or lower, you generally have enough tread. If it only covers from the top of the head to the edge of the quarter, it’s probably time for new tires.

    5. Inspect your tires’ sidewalls

    You can use a Canadian quarter to do this. Insert it head-first into a groove where the tread is the lowest. If the tread covers the top of the Queen’s head on the coin or lower, you generally have enough tread. If it only covers from the top of the head to the edge of the quarter, it’s probably time for new tires.

    6. Have your alignment checked

    This is a good idea to do once a year, especially if you’re putting on Winter tires every winter and taking them off every spring. You should also have your alignment checked if you notice your vehicle pulling to one side. Proper alignment is crucial for safe driving. Improperly aligned tires also lead to uneven tire wear which affects vehicle performance.

    7. Get your tires balanced

    This should be done when tires are installed. Balanced tires roll smoothly. Unbalanced tires lead to shaking or pulsing steering, which is unsafe and could shorten the life of your tires.

    8. Rotate your tires

    Ideally, this is done when putting on Winter and Summer tires. Otherwise, tire rotation should be done every 10,000km. Not rotating your tires can cause uneven wear and cause them to wear out faster.

    9. Don’t overload your vehicle

    Ideally, this is done when putting on Winter and Summer tires. Otherwise, tire rotation should be done every 10,000km. Not rotating your tires can cause uneven wear and cause them to wear out faster.

    10. Drive slower in poor weather

    With rain, ice, and snow, driving slower gives you better traction. Not only can tire spinning, sliding and skidding cause a serious accident, they are also bad for your tires.

    TOP BRANDS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES, ONLY AT TIRE WAREHOUSE

    Tire Warehouse has been a fixture in Alberta for over 40 years. We’re the leading independently-owned and operated auto service and tire provider in Canada. Our goal is to provide online tire buyers with the same quality service as the best tire shops in Calgary, but with the added benefit of convenience. Stop driving around Calgary trying to find the right tires. At Tire Warehouse, you can shop, compare, and purchase tires in minutes!

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