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Yearly Archives: 2020

Thank You Graham Fire & Rescue!

Thank You Graham Fire & Rescue!

Click on the Link or the Picture Above to watch our YouTube Video or find us on TikTok! Guess what today is? International Fire Fighter Day! There is no better time to stop what you're doing and say, "Thank you!" to your local Fire Fighters! We are so thankful for the Fire and Rescue Crew in Graham, Washington, and for everything that they do to continuously protect our community. There are 5 Fire Stations with 93 Crew Members who serve our area! They are awesome, and we want to make sure that they know how much they are appreciated. We decided to show our thanks by giving them a Free Oil Service at Graham Auto Repair for one personal vehicle for each Fire Fighter. O’Reilly Auto Parts in Graham joined us by donating the Oil Filters. Thank you Graham Fire ... read more

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UV Lighting | Graham Auto Repair

UV Lighting | Graham Auto Repair

By clicking on the Picture Above you can check-out our YouTube Video. Using UV Lighting to Sanitize At Graham Auto Repair we have started working on something new. As soon as we heard that it may be possible to destroy the Coronavirus / COVID-19 using Ultraviolet (UV) technology, we researched how to offer this service in our Shop, to assist in slowing down the spread of the virus. Let’s take a moment to talk about UV Lighting, what it is and how we are using it. What is UV Lighting? As you may already be aware, there are multiple types of UV lighting. All of these are produced by the sun. The types of Ultraviolet wavelengths that we normally hear about are UV-A and UV-B. These are the types that we regularly seek protection from, especially during the summer months, by wearing sunscreen. Exposure to UV-B rays will increase the risk of DNA and other cellular damage in living organisms; but about 95% of UV-B rays are ... read more

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Vehicle In-Processs

Vehicle In-Processs

Vehicle In-Process Hi! Welcome to Graham Auto Repair! Today we are going to share with you our current Vehicle In-Process. If you don't know what I mean by that: the process that we go through when we process our customers' vehicles before having any repair or maintenance services completed at our Shop. Some of these steps have always been part of our process. But recently, due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, we have begun adding even more steps for added assurance of Health and Safety. Check out our YouTube Video by clicking on the Link or on the Picture above. In this Video our Service Advisor Rob goes through our Vehicle In-Process steps that we are going to discuss below.               First things first: greeting our Customers! If it's been awhile since you've co ... read more

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Should I Buy a New Car?

Should I Buy a New Car?

Is it Worth it to Buy a New Car Right Now? I am sure that you’ve seen the commercials or even seen it online: Auto Sales Companies are offering to help us get into a new or used vehicle quickly during this crazy time. They are doing this by offering things like, 90 days deferred payments, free ship to home, 60 or 84 month extended loans, and some are even offering 0.0% Interest payments. But are these great deals, really? At Graham Auto Repair we have a few questions that we suggest for you to consider before deciding if right now is, “the right time” to purchase a new vehicle for yourself or for your family. Click on the link to watch the YouTube Video on our YouTube Channel. 1. Were you already in the market for a new vehicle? If your immediate answer is, “Well no, but… it would be nice to have a new vehicle with these deals!” then I would like to caution you to take a step back. Continue through the rest of the questions and at the end of the ... read more

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Health and Safety Update

Health and Safety Update

We are still open during this time. Please see below some of the steps we are taking to ensure the Health and Safety of our Team and our Customers. In light of the ongoing Coronavirus COVID-19, we would like to assure you that our Team here at Graham Auto Repair is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment in our Shop for both our employees and our customers. We are closely monitoring the on-going outbreak, and we are taking steps to ensure that our processes follow the guidelines and recommendations of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization). We require all of our employees to use frequent hand-washing, as this is one of the best steps to remove potential germs that could spread COVID-19. If any of our employees are sick, especially with flu-like symptoms, we ask them to stay home and we encourage our customers to do the same. If you are sick please call us to re-schedule your appointment for a later da ... read more

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St. Patrick's Day Quiz 2020

St. Patrick's Day Quiz 2020

Click on the link below (or click on the picture) to head over to our YouTube Channel and watch our St. Patrick's Day Quiz. https://youtu.be/q_LYZkpK2h8 Happy St. Patrick's Day from Graham Auto Repair! To celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year we decided to hold a True or False Quiz on the History and Legends of St. Patrick's Day. I did a lot of research to ensure that all of the answers in this quiz are correct. But I encourage you to do your own research too! There are so many legends and myths surrounding the history of St. Patrick. It has been very interesting to learn all of these things about this holiday and why we celebrate it today; many of them that I had no idea about! We hope that everyone enjoys their St. Patrick's Day, and that you enjoy this fun video. You can read the questions below and play along if you want to! T ... read more

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Spring Forward

Spring Forward

It's Time to Spring Forward! Check out our YouTube Video by clicking on the photo above. This Sunday, March 8th, will be Daylight Saving Time. Don't forget to set your clock one hour ahead before you go to bed on Saturday. You don't want to get left behind when everyone else springs ahead! If on Monday you climb in your car and realize that the clock in your vehicle is harder to change than it should be (why are those ones so much harder to change than house clocks?) stop on by. We would love to help you! Some Quick Fun Facts About Daylight Saving Time 1. Ancient civilizations used comparable practices to Daylight Saving Time (DST) long before it became what it is today. The Roman water clocks used different scales for different months of the year to adjust the daily schedules to the solar time. 2. DST was first introduced by New Zealand scientist George Vernon Hudson and British b ... read more

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