We Are ASE Certified Shop​

ASE Automotive Certified

The Importance of ASE Certified Repair

In years past, finding a competent auto technician was a matter of chance. Much of the guesswork has been eliminated, thanks to the national program conducted by the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). ASE tests and certifies automotive professionals in all major technical areas of repair and service. With nearly 400,000 currently certified professionals, the ASE program is national in scope and has industry-wide acceptance and recognition. ASE requires technicians to re-test every five years to keep up with technology and to remain certified.

We are an independent auto repair shop and has earned the Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition as prescribed by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of vehicle repair and service by means of voluntary testing and certification for automotive repair and service professionals.

Higher Standards for Higher Performance

We seek out the best of the best because we know how important your vehicle is to you. Our ASE Certified technicians are knowledgeable, efficient, and have each taken the time to achieve independently-verified certification in order to reflect these qualities. That means when you bring your automobile to us for service or repairs, you’re sure to feel fully confident throughout the process – and well after you’re back on the road.

The ASE Blue Seal of Excellence Program recognizes automotive repair shops that offer outstanding, high quality, customer friendly automotive repair. The program emphasis is to identify and promote establishments with large percentages of ASE certified professional technicians. It is a recognition program for businesses striving to be the best and willing to prove their commitment.

Choosing a Repair Shop Checklist

Here are some tips from the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) on finding a good repair establishment:

  • Ask friends and associates for recommendations; consult local consumer organizations
  • Look for a neat, well-organized facility, with vehicles in the parking lot equal in value to your own and modern equipment in the service bays
  • Look for a courteous staff, with a service writer willing to answer all of your questions
  • Look for policies regarding labor rates, diagnostic fees, guarantees, acceptable methods of payment, etc.