Waterbury Connecticut Tire Sales and Service

Pete’s Tire Barns, Inc. in Waterbury, CT
100 Captain Neville Drive
Waterbury, CT 06705
Phone: (203) 754-2156
Fax: (203) 759-5063
Email: info@petestire.com
Manager: Joe Santoro
Commercial Sales: Doug Gentile
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 AM – 5:00PM
Saturday 7:30 – Noon

Services Offered:
Tires and Tire Service

Product Lines:
Passenger Car, Light Truck, SUV, Commercial Truck, Farm, Forestry, OTR, Industrial, Lawn and Garden, Trailer, ATV, Golf Cart

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Pete’s Tire Barns is located in our tire and service center at 100 Captain Neville Drive in Waterbury, Connecticut. Pete’s can handle all different types and sizes of tires. From small hand truck tires to large earthmover tires and everything in between. While this location focuses on commercial and industrial customers, we offer our full lineup of tires including passenger car , light truck and sport utility vehicle – SUV to the general public as well. We are your one stop shop for all sizes and kinds of tires in Waterbury.

Pete’s Tire Barns sells and services tires for all sizes and types of equipment. From the smallest moving dolly to the largest earth-mover tire and everything in between. With tires from all of the major retailers, we are sure to have a tire to fit your vehicle and your budget. With brands like Bandag, BF Goodrich, BKT, Bridgestone, Carlisle, Firestone, Michelin, Nokian and more, Pete’s Tire Barns carries the tires that other tire dealers don’t. We are equipped to service all sizes and types of tires and we have the knowledge and expertise to safely install most any tire. With our network of 20 convenient locations, 2 Bandag retread shops and a truck wheel and rim refinishing facility and our huge distribution center Pete’s Tire Barns can handle all of your personal and business tire needs. Our mission is to provide quality tires and related service while maintaining a commitment to excellence with 100% customer satisfaction and unquestionable integrity. To be environmentally conscious, and to support our local communities.

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