We are located in the Car Care Service Center (between Killian Hill/Arcado Rd intersections) 4450 Lawrenceville Hwy Suite C Lilburn, Ga 30047 *Make sure you put "Lilburn" in your GPS-it has taken several people to Tucker* Store Hours: Tues- Fri 9am to 6pm Sat 9am to 2pm Saturday, Sept. 22 we will be closing at 12pm ***Parking can be limited. Feel free to pull right up to our front door to get help unloading (riding mowers would drive around to the back)***
Tune Up Includes: Clean the carburetor, change oil, new filter(s), plug, sharpen blade(s), lube/adj Push/Self Propelled mowers are $55 labor +parts/tax (final cost is normally $72-$75) Riding mowers are $100 labor +parts/tax (final cost is normally $130-$150)
The LAST thing we ever want to do is disappoint you guys. This time every year is crazy with repairs big and small. We are grateful for each and every one of you that trusts us to work on your equipment. Every year we try to do better than the year before and make adjustments as needed. We give priority to mower repairs because people will end up getting tickets from Code Enforcement/HOAs if their grass isn't cut. One thing we have noticed is that the lead time on 2cycle equipment (blowers, weed eaters, saws, etc) is a common complaint. In an effort to try and reduce the lead time on this equipment, we have to put a cap on what we can take in each week. Don't worry, if we fill up, we will start taking them in again the following Tuesday. We are one of the few repair shops that will work on these items if they are not commercial lines so we fill up quickly. Please give us a call at 770-921-7001 to see if we are currently accepting 2 cycle items. As much as I'd love to put your equipment in on the following week if we are full, it just results in the next week filling up before it's even started. I hate turning anyone away, honestly I do. If we aren't able to help you I'll be glad to refer you to a shop that might be able to help. As much as we want your business, ultimately our goal is that you are happy.
Community Matters Project Whether you're talking about homelessness, children in foster care, people living in poverty, etc....the need seems so great. It's easy to get overwhelmed and feel like the problem is too big to make an impact, so oftentimes we end up doing nothing. We don't have to sit back though! If many people do a small part, we can make BIG changes. As a shop we wanted to come up with a way to help. Each month or two we are going to focus on a local organization that is making a difference in our community. We had these cool bumper stickers made up (there are also ones without "Gwinnett") that we'll be selling for $5 each. The entire $5 is going to go towards the featured organization and whatever goal we have set. First Up: Gift of Hope Our goal is $190 to pay off the Christmas layaway of 2 special needs children in the foster care system. Once we meet that we will move on to another organization/goal. Do you know someone/charity who could use some support? Let us know and we might feature them next!
If you call the shop and hear whimpering in the background....I promise it's not Mark dreading lawnmower repairs! 😂 Meet our newest team member, Olive. She still has quite a ways to go to become an official shop dog, but she's pretty darn cute. If She's even half as awesome as Grady and Layla we will be so happy. Come by the shop and give this sweet baby some love if you get chance. And while you're in here...grab a popsicle and cool off...it's HOT!
1/23/18 Yesterday we had to say goodbye to our sweet girl, Layla. She wasn't just a dog to us, she was a loved member of our family. We know that many of you look forward to seeing and spoiling the pups when you come in. They truly are the best greeters we could ever ask for. Layla had surgery back in July to remove a cancerous mass. Unfortunately, it spread and we weren't left with many options. We made the heart wrenching decision to ease her suffering. I know that we will be grieving her loss for quite some time. This being said, please don't think we are being rude if we don't want to talk about it. It's just too painful right now. The dogs have become just as much a part of this business as we are. I'm pretty sure some people do business with us solely because of the pups. Thank you guys for always loving on them, bringing them treats and belly rubs. Grady will definitely need extra love as he tries to adjust to life without his best friend.
We offer 10% off of labor with a valid military ID
Thank you & your families for your service and sacrifice. May God bless you!
About Us: Our repair shop has been in the Lilburn community since 1976. It's former location sat where Bryson Park is now. In 2006, Mark Schrader, an employee of the shop, took over ownership. We've been in our current location, the Car Care Service Center, since 2013. We consider ourselves to be a "Mom and Pop" shop and value our customers above all else. Our goal is to build a relationship with each customer by providing honest, quality service at reasonable prices.