Very friendly and attentive! They got my car in and out so fast! They’re great!
Very professional, great service, spelled out items that may need replacing sometime. Will definitely be back for all service in the future.
I am very pleased and impressed with their outstanding professionalism, high quality workmanship and sincere friendliness and integrity that truly felt like a good ol’ neighborhood garage where everyone gets to know eachother. Thank you, Steve.
Service is excellent. Estimated time for repair if right on. Everyone is courteous and efficient and I would never take my car to anyone else
Always a great experience of service and care
It's the Best the 1950 Ford Hot Rod Coupe - has run ever.
As always, super people, super service. Even for a simple rush job caused by owner ineptitude.
The only independent shop to work on my cars.
Always kind, understanding and professional. After having so many issues with my vehicles I know I can trust them to Burrough & Son.
Small town so everyone has an opinion and mine is based on personal experience bringing my car here, getting work done that fixes the issue, having fantastic - truly - customer support, from the kid who doesn’t work there anymore who spent 30 minutes helping me find a set of tires for $20 less than Goodyear- better tires, too, to the dude who owns the place and still won’t sell me his Toyota Jeep, this place is good. No ripoffs, no, “oh we found this expensive additional issue,” none of the nonsense the dealer gets away with once your warranty runs out “oh, the battery for this car is $990.00 and then we have to ‘reprogram the computer,’ that’s another $550, so your battery replacement is $2099.99 after tax, California special laws and we did notice your windshield wipers are wearing, special item dealer only $119 for them we went ahead and replaced them, it’s july, the twin will be here before you know it....”. NONE OF THAT! It sounds odd but just an honest shop, mechanics seem to care and the owner sure does. Rides home, extra attention and ‘have another,’ when I eyeball the mini snickers by the door.