GRANGEVILLE — Extreme Auto Repair, LLC and GAP Storage & Leasing, LLC, is open for business.
Owners Gerad and Angela Poxleitner purchased the former USFS garage at 1027 State Highway 13 in July.
“In our six-bay mechanic shop we provide quality, honest and timely automobile repair and service to the local community as well as those from afar. We provide services on most all foreign and domestic vehicles with updated technology,” Gerad said. They will specialize in diesel repair with the addition of mechanic Nick Gehring to their team.
“We hope to become licensed within the next year in order to offer used automobile sales to the public,” added Angela.
The business includes nearly three acres of securely fenced property to retain customer vehicles safely. They will also rent space for RV storage as well as other vehicles at a monthly rate.
“In addition, we have for lease two-to-three separate commercially zoned areas,” the Poxleitners said. This includes a large warehouse with separate office space and a loading dock, as well as a single bay with multiple separate rooms, both featuring additional loft space.
Extreme Auto will specialize in aftermarket performance parts for gas and diesel vehicles, whether to gain horsepower or fuel economy.
“We strive to have excellent customer service and satisfaction in all work that we perform. We are also excited to engage in more community activities and be able to support other local businesses,” the Poxleitners said. “Not only is this a refreshing change for us, but also our children, who will eventually inherit and manage both businesses and be able to work side by side with us learning a great and rewarding profession.”
Gerad was formerly employed as an automotive technician at Nuxoll Shell in Cottonwood for the last 15 years. He is a graduate of Grangeville High School.
Angela will manage the office. Call 983-2007 for details or e-mail her at email@example.com.