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Matthew at YourMechanic


(15 Reviews)
16 years
by Charles from Euclid, OH 44123

Matt kept me apprised of his est time of arrival. Upon arriving he immediately got to work diagnosing the issue with my repair. He pointed out to me in great detail the problems of my repair, he gave me a quote and we've scheduled the actual repair for next Saturday that coincides best with my schedule. He recommended a inspection before submitting the repair. So I am very pleased with the service Matt has provided so far. I will submit an updated review next Saturday after my repair. This is my 2nd time using the "Your Mechanic" service and just like the 1st time, this service is a "Godsend" not having to spend an entire day off sitting in a repair shop and getting an accurate assessment of my repair and an affordable price. I have already referred "Your Mechanic" to my friends and family after my 1st repair with them last year. But I will keep singing their praises for as long as they keep up the level of service I've experienced so far. Thank you once again.


by Charles from Euclid, OH 44123

Matt took excellent care of repairing my door, he also pointed out to me a potential issue with the door that he recommended that I speak with a collision specialist for further feedback. I have of course told friends and family about the service and convenience of "Your Mechanic" and as long it is something that be repaired at home, I will be calling Your Mechanic. I hope to maintain Matt as my technician. Thanks Matt, and thanks Your Mechanic.

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