technicians that could
They chose Giammalvo's because they want to
How do you tell?
For most people, the answer is simple. You want the best service available, top notch, experienced technicians, leading edge technology, and the specialists who know how to use it.
At Giammalvo's we offer the best of both worlds: the service and expertise of a large automotive facility - the personal attention to details of a smaller one.
Welcome to a different kind of automotive service. As you look through this Web Page you'll understand what we mean by "different."
Your technician should know about that recent recall on your car or that funny sound from under the hood. He should know whether or not the problem with your car is addressed in a technical service bulletin from the manufacturer. The more your technician understands about your car's problem, the more effective he will be at making it safe and reliable for your daily commute.
When a customer and a technician form a partnership, small problems can be addressed before they become larger ones. Building this relationship depends not just on good communication from customers but on our ability as a service provider to listen to them and learn. The staff at Giammalvo's respects your intelligence. They help you make informed decisions. They offer you flexibility in scheduling and they give you timely feedback.
In a nutshell, they are highly respected technicians that could work almost anywhere. They chose Giammalvo's because they want to work in a place where customers come first. They want to work in a place where they can take the time necessary to perform quality repairs as opposed to "flat-rate" shops that limit the technicians time on each job and force him to work very fast to "beat" the average time, leaving out necessary parts and skipping steps in the service procedure in the quest to save time.
We have an extraordinary range of highly qualified specialists from
our anti-lock brake technicians to our body control computer technicians.
We are also part of a team of local automotive experts. If your vehicle comes
in with symptoms of an engine misfire and the diagnosis points toward a transmission
problem, we don't have to jump through hoops or play phone tag trying to
get a transmission shop to look at it. We simply call one of our colleagues
who specializes in that area and ask: "Can you test drive it today?" And