If one was looking for proof that a commitment to honesty in repair work is a winning strategy, it can be found in Buck’s All Repair. The repair shop opened less than two years ago in Downtown Lansing, and has already expanded to a new, 8,000 square foot Delta Township
“And we needed it,” says owner Steven Simons. “The bays are 110 feet long, so I can work on everything.”
“All Repair” isn’t just a clever title. Simons and his team work on vehicles of all kinds, from foreign cars to heavy-duty construction equipment.
“This makes it nice for my mechanics,” Simons says, “as they don’t ever get bored. Everybody brags about their mechanics, but I have really good guys in here.”
Simons is now looking to hire one more mechanic for his team, while still working on renovating the new building. He made many interior renovations prior to opening in early January, and now will begin working on the exterior of the shop.
Buck’s All Repair is now located at 4820 Empire Way. Simons chose the location because it is a high traffic area for large trucks. He is currently experiencing a good deal of business at his new location, and hopes to add truck sales to his business in the future.