Service

Wintersteiger

If It Has Anything to Do with Skiing or Snowboarding; 

WE DO IT!

Here's just a sample of what we do (if what you need is not in the list? We still do it! Just give us a call at (780) 432-0711.

Tuning

Ski

Snowboard

Minor Tune:

Diamond stone base grind

Ceramic disc edge sharpen

Infrared hot wax

$49.99 $54.99

Major Tune:

Minor base repair

Diamond stone base grind

Ceramic disc edge sharpen

Infrared hot wax

$59.99 $64.99
Base Grind Only $19.99 $19.99
Snowboard Hot Wax Service - $20.00
Hot Wax Only $10.00 $10.00

Summer Ski Service

-Major Tune

-Soft Storage Wax and re-wax in the Fall

$59.99 $64.99

 

Repair Ski Snowboard
Top Sheet Repair $ QUOTE $ QUOTE
Tip Repair $ QUOTE $ QUOTE
Snowboard Ladder Strap Repair - $ QUOTE
Base Patch $ QUOTE $ QUOTE
Base Repair $10/inch $10/inch
Major base repair or replacement $ QUOTE $ QUOTE
Edge repair $ QUOTE $ QUOTE

 

Mounting Ski Snowboard
System Binding Mount $39.99 $39.99
Binding Mount $74.99 $39.99
Binding Adjustment $19.99 $19.99

 

Boot Fitting Ski Snowboard
Booster Strap Install $19.99 $19.99
Boot Heater Install Transfer(parts not incl.) $19.99 $19.99
Boot Heater Installation(parts not incl.) $29.99 $29.99
Heat Molding $19.99 $19.99
DIN Boot Routering $70.00 $70.00
Boot Sole Shims $10.00 $10.00
Shell Punch $19.99 $19.99
Ski Boot Buckle Install $29.99 -
Shell Grind $49.99 $49.99
Boot Fitting Per Hour $49.99 $49.99

 

Misc. Services Ski Snowboard
Summer Storage $15.00 $15.00
Ski Pole Grip & Install $39.99 -
Skin Cutting $49.99 $49.99
Cold Polymer/2FT $29.99 $29.99

When is it Time to Tune?


If you want to slide faster and more safely, you need to tune your equipment on a regular basis. The frequency you need tune your bases and edges depends on how often you get out. Several quick tune-ups per season is normal for the average rider. The best way to determine if a tune-up is required is to examine the base and edges of your skis/snowboard.

 

Things to Look For

  • Small gouges or marks in the bases
  • Nicks or burrs on the edges from hitting rocks or debris
  • Edges that feel dull, scrape your thumb nail across the edge
  • Your skis simply feel sluggish
  • Does your base appear to be dried out? Wax does have a limited life; you need to wax your gear at the beginning of each season even if you only ski once or twice a year. Wax will dry out over the summer. Avoid this with the SUNDANCE SUMMER WAX PROGRAM

 

Summer Wax Program

For just the price of a major tune up, you can bring in your gear at the end of your season and we'll give your skis/board a major tune up and put some soft summer wax on them to keep the bases moist and happy. Bring your gear back in the fall or when the season starts up and we'll strip off the summer wax and put on a fresh coat of wax at no charge. Your gear will love you back on your first trip of the season!