We’re Here To Make Car Care A Whole Lot Easier.
Today’s vehicles are not at all like the vehicles of 50 years ago, or even 15 years ago. Brickyard Automotive Repair & Service knows this, and has made it their business to know exactly how to get the most trouble-free miles out of any make or model of car, and get you the lowest long-term cost of ownership possible. Brickyard combines a modern approach to the technical side of car care, with a strictly old-school approach to pride in workmanship and customer service. From wiper blades to complete engine overhaul, Brickyard is designed to make your life easier, and to be the only shop you’ll ever need.
The Brickyard Automotive approach to superior automotive service was forged in a transmission re-manufacturing plant by a diverse group of professionals with well over 150 collective, practical years experience in the automotive industry. The principle players brought a full spectrum of knowledge – from after-market parts manufacturing, to national parts franchise sales, all the way to retail automotive repair center management.
Brickyard Transmission, a national wholesale transmission remanufacturing facility, was the incubator that brought this wealth of experience together, where frequent discussions of challenges in the shifting auto repair landscape lead these colleagues to finally say, “We can do this better.”
And so they did.
Pulling from their respective experience in every layer of the automotive repair process; from factory, to distribution, to the actual repair bay, they built the first Brickyard Car Care Center to be the most efficient, customer-centric facility possible. Streamlining the supply chain, selecting and training crew members to assemble the ideal “dream team”, and organizing the center and its systems to deliver both high value and a pleasant experience to every customer, every time , proved to be a winning combination.
And so the expansion began, with two more centers opening before the first year was out.
Franchises are now available throughout most of the United States.