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Our Services

We offer a wide range of snowboard and ski tuning services in Utah to ensure your gear is always in excellent shape. From tune-ups, installation, and repairs, we’ve got you covered.

Come in anytime to drop your gear off, or call us to schedule an appointment today!


We offer the best ski and snowboard tuning in Salt Lake. Check out our services below!

Basic Hand Wax + Tune


Complete ski/board and binding inspection, cleaning, hand edge sharpening, and hand iron wax and brush.

Deluxe Hand Wax + Tune


Everything in the Basic Hand Wax + Tune, with up to three inches of P-Tex repair.
($5 per additional inch)

Binding Mount

Starting at $0

Free with purchase of bindings and skis/board OR purchase over $100. Ski binding mounts are $48, and snowboard binding mounts are $25.

Binding Parts + Repairs

Price varies

$25/hr service fee, plus the cost of parts.

Ski Binding Replacement Parts


Used replacement parts are $20, including brakes, single toe, or heel bindings. New replacement parts are individually priced.

Snowboard Binding Replacement Parts

Price varies

Free with purchase of bindings and skis/board OR purchase over $100. Ski binding mounts are $48, and snowboard binding mounts are $25.


Express Same Day Service Fee — $25
Basic Service Hourly Rate — $28
Advanced Service Hourly Rate — $48
Hand Edge Sharpen — $17.50

Hand Wax — $28

P-Tex Repair — $5 per inch


At Ski Trucks, we strive to provide the best care to our customers and guarantee all of our ski services 100%. Once a Ski Trucks customer — always a Ski Trucks customer.


Quality Work

We want you to have the best time possible on the slopes, so we always provide high-quality work to ensure your gear is in great shape. If you’re not satisfied with your ski service, let us know, and we’ll make it right.


Fast Turnaround

We aim to deliver high-quality work quickly to get you back in the snow as soon as possible. In most cases, we can complete your tune the same day or the following day.


Experience & Expertise

Our certified experts have many years of experience with ski and snowboard tuning.


Now Is the Time to Learn More About frequently asked questions about ski and snowboard tuning services.

Call us to schedule an appointment today!

Plan on a 24-hour turnaround time with all snowboard and ski services.
Skis and snowboards need tunings throughout their life to ensure they feel good and you get the most out of them. If your skis are not gliding on the snow, gripping, or initiating turns as easily, you may have waited too long for a tune.

Take a look at the following to see if your skis or snowboard need some service.

  • Evaluate the base. Take a look at the underside of your snowboard or skis. Are there any scratches or gashes? Is the core shot? Is a scratch or gash revealing the wood core underneath? Are burs poking up from any scratches? Is snow sticking to the bottom more than usual? Does the base look shiny or dried out? These are all signs your gear could use a wax.
  • Assess the edges. Evaluate the edges of your skis or snowboard to ensure they’re relatively sharp. Gently slide your fingers along the edges to determine if the metal is dull. If it is dull, this is a sign your gear needs tuning.

Yes, if your tuning needs are time-sensitive. Please call us at 801-210-6343 to set up an appointment for all of our ski and snowboard shop services and guaranteed quick turnaround time. Walk-ins are also welcome!
Yes! Ski equipment should be tuned to keep it performing at its best. In addition to enhancing performance, tuning also extends your gear’s lifespan. Ski and snowboard tuning makes you a better skier or snowboarder because it can help with more precise turns. Moreover, tuning service can improve your safety and prevent leg injuries.
Tuning services at Ski Trucks are recommended as-needed. Factors such as snow conditions, how you ski, and how often you ski will determine how often you need to tune your skis. Expert skiers who regularly ride rugged terrain will need more frequent ski repair and tuning. Additionally, skiing on hard-packed ice or icy snow requires more frequent maintenance than skiing on powdery snow.