Turn the key and your engine fires up – at least, it should. Your car’s battery supplies power to start your engine and provides reserve power for electrical systems. But a car battery doesn’t last forever. Point S Fowers will keep your car starting reliably with convenient battery replacement and battery services near you.
Inside batteries, a chemical reaction takes place between positively- and negatively-charged plates. The reaction creates an electrical charge, and its energy is stored in the battery’s cells. This is what powers your car’s electrical systems but, more importantly, provides the energy to crank over your car’s engine.
Routine battery services should also be performed so your battery will last as long as possible. Whether it’s battery terminal cleaning or topping up the electrolyte, routine maintenance should include battery servicing.
A car battery typically lasts between three and five years before it needs to be replaced. Depleted batteries may need a boost frequently or might not have the amperage to start your engine in cold weather.
If your battery needs to be serviced or replaced, trust the experts at Point S Fowers. With years of experience in electrical diagnosis and battery testing, our qualified mechanics are the right choice to make.
We use computerized diagnostic equipment to diagnose batteries and electrical systems for all makes and models. Our highly-qualified team will test your battery and provide expert advice on how best to remedy your symptoms. In many cases, all it takes is a simple battery replacement.
Need your car diagnosed because it won’t start? Are there glitches in your electrical system? Or maybe you’ve been boosting your battery more and more often. We can help with accurate electrical testing and battery replacement.
You don’t have time to deal with an unreliable car. At Point S, we understand your needs and provide knowledgeable, friendly service for all our customers in a timely manner. We are proud to be your choice for electrical testing and replacement batteries.
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