Ceramic Coatings Clovis New Mexico What Do They Cost?

How much money should you spend on a ceramic coating, and how much do ceramic coatings cost?

I like simple answers, so here are our average ceramic coating prices:

  • Large Vehicles: $2,899

  • Midsize Vehicles: $2,499

  • Compact Vehicles: $2,099

It’s important to keep in mind… these are AVERAGE ceramic coating prices, and like we said, one of our favorite parts of the job is working with customers 1-on-1 to find exactly what works for them.

Pro Tip: Check out 1-Step Paint Enhancement Prices

for budget friendly options!

Pro Tip: check out 1-Step Paint Enhancement Prices for budget friendly options!

Now let’s answer the burning question: Why Are Ceramic Coatings So Expensive?

Well there are 3 reasons:

  • First and foremost, ceramic coating application takes TIME. Our average ceramic coating package takes about 24-72 hours to complete… Crazy right?

  • Automotive ceramic coatings are the hardest, most durable, and advanced form of paint protection that exists! We’re talking YEARS of protection… not months!

  • And finally, in order to install ceramic coatings properly we put ourselves through some serious training. In fact, we spent time going through one of the most reputable paint correction and ceramic coating trainings there is! Not to mention all of the practice that followed… So at the end of the day, we are also charging for our expertise (and we think we’re pretty good :)

What Is A Ceramic Coating?

Because we are detailers, we’re tempted to get into the nitty gritty of what a ceramic coating is, and why it’s the 9th wonder of our Clovis NM auto detailing business, but we don’t want to bore you!

A ceramic coating is like a thick winter coat you put on your kids before they go sledding!

It’s a hyper durable, and extremely hard layer of Silicon Dioxide (glass) that cures to the entire exterior of your vehicle’s paint, glass, and other surfaces.

Not only do ceramic coatings give a rich, glossy appearance to the car paint that is absolutely unmatched, but a nano ceramic coating is designed to last somewhere between 3 and 10 years depending on the coating you choose.

Ceramic coatings have 2 jobs:

  • Long term paint protection

  • Beautiful gloss and shine (and we mean BEAUTIFUL)

How Does A Ceramic Coating Work?

After the ceramic coating is applied to the paint, it is as if your vehicle has an extra layer of ultra durable, scratch resistant, and hydrophobic skin. Ceramics are designed to protect against everything that touches the paint from the outside world: bird droppings, bugs, rain, pollen, surface scratches, and much more. While normal auto detailing services can help clean and protect the paint temporarily, ceramic coatings form a sort of shield that protect your investment until the day it’s traded in which means more money in your pocket!

Washing and maintaining your car is inconvenient and tiresome… So after we spend $50,000 on a vehicle we slowly watch it degrade more and more over time because we just don’t want to keep up with it. We think it’s crazy to pay thousands of dollars for a car, drive it unprotected, and trade it in for pennies years later...

After the paint has been completely cleaned, decontaminated, and we’ve created a smooth surface through paint correction, a thin layer of the liquid ceramic coating is applied to the paint, left to cure, then carefully buffed off until all that remains is a thin ceramic layer that is left for 24 hours in order to cure. It’s that simple.

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