The company opened a full-service auto shop in 2000 and after building and developing that business they decided to open the quick lube shop in addition to their original business. Both locations operate separately and have different managers for each operation. The current owner of the lube shop is also a part owner of the full-service shop but is the sole owner of the quick lube location.
Their Full-Service Oil Change and Lube is a must for a vehicle's regular maintenance. It's not just an oil change. It's a preventative maintenance program designed to maintain the safety and extend the life of any vehicle. They also perform state inspections and many other maintenance services.
The current owner provides management oversight on a part-time basis. All day to day tasks are handled by store manager and his staff of technicians. Their five full-time technicians consist of two state certified inspectors and three lube techs. The staff is paid on an hourly basis and make from $7.50 to $12.00 per hour depending on position and time with the company.
The company operates out of a freestanding building with office, restroom, reception area and four bays. The business is next to a very popular car wash that definitely helps drive customer traffic in for oil, lube and inspection services. Three of the four bays have pits for quick and easy fluid changes and the fourth bay has a dynometer for inspections of older automobiles.
Opportunities to buy a business with a 12-year history of consistent growth and revenue exceeding most quick oil change, lube and inspection companies don’t come along often. The Seller is anxious to sell so he can devote his time to the family’s full service repair shop. The asking price includes $17,300 in inventory and over $50,000 in equipment.
Call today with any questions you may have. Seller is negotiable and open to carrying a note for a qualified buyer.