John’s mechanic shop’s based on quality

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FOR more than 35 years, John Res Mechanical Repairs says it’s been delivering quality services with personalised care to the Queanbeyan and Canberra region.

Led by husband and wife team John and Deb Res, John Res Mechanical Repairs specialises in automotive repairs, servicing, brakes, clutches, gear box work, air-conditioning repairs and servicing and auto electrical. They also do log book services and NSW registration and gas registration checks.

“Because we’re small, customers can talk directly to the owner, opposed to when you go to a dealership you speak to the service manager,” says Deb.

“When people come here they don’t feel like they are just another number.”

Deb says they have knowledgeable and experienced staff with their head mechanic backed with 40 years’ experience and their other staff with more than 10 years’ industry experience.

“It’s about quality not quantity,” she says.

“We tell our staff to do the work that you would want done to your car for our customers.

“Being a family business makes a difference, it makes it more personal and we try to give a more personal service for clients.”

For customers getting their car serviced, John Res Mechanical Repairs also has a courtesy car available for those who live outside Queanbeyan.

John Res Mechanical Repairs, 33 Kendall Avenue, Queanbeyan. Call 6297 8557.

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