We have been providing quality tool repair and equipment maintenance in Eugene Oregon since 2003. We pride ourselves on offering honest and reliable service. We take time to develop long term relationships with our local community, its members and businesses.When we are not at the shop you will find us on the path picking up trash and digging in our community garden plot.
During this time, we remain open and are running at full capacity.
We repair and sell equipment to all divisions of government, farming operations, utility companies and essential businesses so those customers will be given priority repairs.
Pickups and deliveries are ongoing, however we may ask that payment be made over the phone and no contact with you and the delivery driver.
Working by my dad’s side gave me a love for all things machine. I enjoy passing the same skills and life’s lessons to my own kids. It is important to run a business with honesty and integrity. Customer service means a lot around here.
I try to be flexible and learn on the fly. Mostly I come to work each day to be with my best friend. So far it seems to work. I try to be useful to our customers and learn their needs and change as the trade changes. I watched my Dad work hard, I was on the job-site seeing the vision he had come to life. I like that for myself, striving for a job well done.
The Clark Family
We work hard and play hard.
If you’re like me, you have a real history and love for the purr of a well-running engine and the satisfaction of a job well done. My history came from my dad, Ron. Working by his side I learned patience, perseverance, and dedication.
If you don’t come out of the shop without a bit of grease in your hands and a spattering of oil in your jeans, well – you just didn’t get the job done.
It is an honor to follow in my dad’s footsteps. Come on in and experience honest, old-fashion work and customer service.
My dad was a typical California boy that worked at a machine shop. He would build special requests on his off time. He learned carpentry , designed and built custom homes in Eugene and even now is building a great new home and does some small Bobcat work.
I grew up on a job site, and watched my dad work. Later I was the only person in my group at Air Force jet engine training that new what a Crescent wrench was. My dad enjoys taking his grand kids on outings of houses that he built and telling them: I built that home.