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I love these guys, they took great care to fix the suspension issues in my car..they even stayed after hours to make sure I would have my car that day! It's hard finding a good mechanic in this town, but I will always take my car there from now on!!!!..THEY ARE THE BEST!!!!!!
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TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS OFF Bad brakes display warning signs for impending brake maintenance. For example, if your brakes squeal or grind when in use, then your brake pads may be worn and require replacements. If your vehicle pulls to one side when braking, then this may point to worn brakes, a malfunctioning caliper, or low brake fluid in the brake lines. If your brake pedal presses down too easily?also known as "spongy" brakes?then this may be an indication of too much air in the hydraulic brake lines. Sometimes, your vehicle's electronic diagnostic system will alert you to a potential brake issue by a service indicator light on the dashboard. While these are only some of the most common signs of potential problems with your vehicle's brake system, noticing these signs of faulty brakes and seeking out a brake service can save you money down the line. Our staff is trained in maintaining and servicing front and rear brake systems and all accompanying brake system components like brake pads, brake shoes, parking brakes, rotors, drums, and hydraulic systems. If you experience any of the above signs or symptoms of bad brakes, like unusual squealing or grinding noises, then contact us online or call us today to have your brakes inspected immediately.
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Fabulous service !!!!! Got stranded in the valley, one call out to them and the owner came out to rescue me. Car ended up needing to be towed however sweet deal in the tow price. Owner came to my home next day to pick me up after car repair had been completed. Repairs were beyond reasonable and the service was exceptional. Owner was very personable, outgoing and made sure that his gold standard customer met experience was top notch! For this reason. Is why I recently became a life long client!

Car Repair Laws

Did you know you have certain rights when you go to a car repair shop? Hopefully you won’t have to use their services, but it is always a good idea to check out a repair shop before you really need it. If you do have damage to your care or need repairs, these tips may prove to be invaluable.

Here are some things you should consider before you let anyone work on your car:

  • Is the body shop neat and well organized?
  • Does it have modern equipment?
  • Is their policy regarding labor rates, guarantees and methods of payment, clearly posted?
  • Is the staff qualified and the shop certified by AAA, the Automotive Service Council or the Better Business Bureau?
  • Is the manager willing to answer any questions you may have?
  • Do they specialize in any particular vehicles such as foreign cars or farm equipment?

Once you’ve picked a repair shop and need their services, you need to get an estimate and know your rights. An estimate should be given in person if it costs more than $100. Once you have received your estimate, the repairs cannot cost over 10% of the estimate without your prior approval. In most cases, the repair shop can keep your car until you pay your bill. However, you can take your car if the following things have happened: if during the face-to-face contact there wasn’t a written estimate given, if the charges were more than 110% without your approval, and if the repair shop did not post a sign stating “your customer rights.” If all these requirements were met, then you must pay your bill before you can receive your car.

Once the repair shop has fixed your car, you should know exactly what work was actually done. You will receive a bill called an invoice. This will have many items listed on it besides the cost of the repairs. By law, it must contain a description of the work they did on your car. It also must have a list of all parts used. It must state if the parts were used, or if they were in a collision previously. It also will give the price for the parts and the company who made them. Lastly, the invoice will contain the charge for labor and the total cost for the repairs.

What happens if some of these requirements were not met? What if your car doesn’t run as well after the repair? That is a violation of the law! First try to work it out with the repair shop. Then, if this does not work, contact the Automotive Service Council or Better Business Bureau, because you may be eligible to receive compensation for up to three times the amount of the damages to your car.

Now you know what to look for in a car repair shop, what is on an invoice, and what to ask the repairman.


History

For thousands of years, the Spokane Valley area was populated by members of the Upper Band of the Interior Salish Indians, calling themselves “Sn-tutuul-i”, the meaning of which is not known. In about 1783, fur traders from the North West Company began traveling through the area. They called these Indians the “Spokanes” which has been interpreted as meaning “Children of the Sun.” The Spokanes were a peaceful people, on friendly terms with neighboring tribes and later the fur traders and missionaries who came to the area. They fished salmon, hunted game, and ate camassia roots and berries they gathered.

Despite their many years of acceptance of the white settlers, and the calming influence of Chief Garry (sometimes Spokan Garry), the Spokanes protested the loss of their lands by joining in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The final battle, in 1858, culminated in the Spokane Valley with the destruction of over 800 of their horses, their food, and teepees. The Spokanes were eventually forced from the lands of their ancestors to a reservation north of the Spokane River, just west of the Spokane area.

The first permanent white settler in the Spokane Valley was a retired French-Canadian trapper, Antoine Plante, who built a small cabin near the Spokane River in 1849. Plante ran a small Hudson's Bay Company trading post in the home he shared with his American Indian wife and family. In 1850, Plante constructed and operated the first ferry across the Spokane River, the only means of crossing the river in the area. It was used for transportation across the river by Fort Colville military personnel, U.S. Army surveyors, and miners traveling to western Montana and southeastern British Columbia.

In 1862, A. C. "Charley" Kendall established a store on the north side of the Spokane River. A bridge to cross the river at Kendall's store was soon built by Joe Herring, Timothy Lee, and Ned Jordan in 1864. A small community, known as Spokane Bridge, began to build up near the bridge. M. M. Cowley took over the holdings of Charley Kendall in 1872, including the bridge, a trading post and a log hotel.

Interestingly, the history of the settlement of the Spokane Valley predates the history of the city of Spokane, Washington. Spokane Valley holds many of the “firsts” for the Spokane area. In addition to being home to the area’s first settler, Antoine Plante, the Spokane Valley had the first business and first ferry in 1850; the first store (1862) and bridge (1864); the first house (1866); and the first post office (1867). All these firsts occurred before the 1873 arrival of James N. Glover, considered the founding father of Spokane.

Before the turn of the century, early pioneers, many of them silver miners, arrived from the East by way of the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railroads, for which Spokane was a major hub. By 1883, the first transcontinental rail was established. The railroad activity created support for extensive shops and facilities. Within a few years, Spokane was tied to the outside world by five transcontinental railroads, making it the hub of commerce it remains today.

Irrigation efforts stimulated population growth in the Spokane Valley significantly in the early part of the 20th century. Developers and real estate speculators tapped into nearby lakes, the Spokane River and the aquifer lying under the valley in an effort to turn the dry land into saleable agricultural land. In 1899, the Spokane Valley Land and Water Co., later owned by long-time irrigation advocate D.C. Corbin, built a canal to irrigate land in the Greenacres area with water from Liberty Lake. In 1905, the Spokane Canal Company built a canal to irrigate the Otis Orchard area with water from Newman Lake, and Modern Irrigation and Land Company tapped into the underground aquifer to irrigate 3,000 acres (12 km²) in Opportunity. Within just twenty years, 30,000 acres (120 km²) of dry land was converted into fertile farmland. Water access greatly increased land values. Valley population grew from 1,000 residents in 1900 to nearly 10,000 by 1922. Extensive apple orchards thrived in the gravelly soil of the Valley, and by 1912 nearly 2 million apple trees had been planted. A huge packing plant was built in 1911 by the Spokane Valley Growers Union.

With the exception of the incorporated Town of Millwood, Washington, the Spokane Valley was developed as townships with no governmental functions. Most of the townships platted in the early 1900s were surveyed as a tool for promotion and sales, and remain as names for neighborhoods and post office designations today.

A few Spokane Valley townships were developed for residential and/or business purposes. Trent was originally platted as a residential area for Northern Pacific railroad workers in 1881, Millwood began as a “company town”, developed by Inland Empire Paper Mill for their employees, and Dishman developed primarily as a business center. All other Valley townships were developed as irrigation districts and owe their existence to their agricultural roots. Between 1901 and 1915, the townships of Orchard Avenue, Greenacres, Otis Orchards, Opportunity, Vera, Dishman, Liberty Lake, Newman Lake, East Spokane, Mica and Chester were platted. Pasadena Park is a populated place located in Spokane County at latitude 47.697 and longitude -117.283, North of Millwood across the Spokane River that existed at least as early as 1916.[8]

The Spokane Valley was promoted as a wonderful place to live. Though most Valley residents were farmers or orchardists, canneries, brickyards, railroad maintenance facilities and lumber mills provided jobs for many. The beauty of the surrounding area, pleasant communities, fertile farmlands, business opportunities, outdoor sports and activities, local recreational areas and community organizations caused it to be called “Spokane Valley, the Valley Bountiful”. As the population increased, small communities with schools, churches, businesses, community clubs and organizations thrived. Tied to Spokane, local lakes and Coeur d’Alene by railroads and bus systems, the people of the Valley enjoyed a full life.

In the years that followed, crop troubles and irrigation system maintenance problems prompted many residents to sell their farms in five, ten, or 20-acre (81,000 m2) plots for suburban home sites. Many of the apple trees were pulled out and replaced by neighborhoods and truck farms. The truck farms were successful in raising strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, beans, peas, watermelons, asparagus, squash, cucumbers and thousands of acres of Heart of Gold cantaloupes. Dairy, poultry and fur farms also appeared in the Valley during these years.

While jobs were scarce during the Great Depression, most people in the Spokane Valley had enough land to grow food for their families. The Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce adhered to a positive agenda throughout these hard times. They placed street signs on Valley roads and in an effort to show solidarity with Spokane, east-west roads were renamed to correspond with Spokane’s roads. Observing that fires were a constant and catastrophic problem for area residents, the Chamber lobbied to begin a fire protection district in the Valley. Their efforts were successful and Valley residents were first offered fire protection in 1940, with the formation of Spokane County Fire Protection District Number One.

The people of the valley always maintained independence from the City of Spokane on its borders. The first local newspaper, The Spokane Valley Herald, was launched in 1920. In 1919 an early municipal airfield was carved out, later named Felts Field in honor of Herald owner Buell Felts who died in a plane crash there. A streetcar line was started as early as 1908, and later extended to Liberty Lake in the east part of the valley, where entertainment facilities were built for music and outdoor gatherings. Other than Millwood, which incorporated in 1927 and Liberty Lake, Washington which did so in 2001, the Valley remained unincorporated throughout the 20th century.

Industry began to replace agriculture more rapidly after the completion of Grand Coulee Dam in 1941, which combined cheap electricity with readily available water from the Spokane River and the extensive aquifer which underlies the Valley. At its height, the Valley was the site for an aluminum plant, a cement plant and a paper mill. Plans to attract light industry through the establishment of an industrial park at a former military depot were not very successful. The cement plant closed in the 1950s, but the paper mill and aluminum plant remain.

In the 1950s a further transformation swept the valley as the post World War Two population boom began to push into the valley, replacing most of the remaining apple orchards with tracts of houses. The first shopping mall was built at University Village on Sprague Avenue (formerly called Appleway), which became the major artery through the Valley, lined with stores and restaurants. The last large-scale orchard irrigations ended in the late 1950s, canvas pipes running down residential streets replacing the old ditches by that time.

In the later decades of the last century the Valley experienced a large influx of retirees due to inexpensive housing and the relatively dry weather. Retirement complexes and apartment blocks began to appear. At the present time the Valley remains principally a suburban area, a mixture of families and retirees and the retail commerce to support them. In the 1990s and the early part of the twenty-first century the Spokane Valley continued to grow more urban, becoming one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Commercial growth increased and joined residential growth as it moved towards the state line. The urban development included the opening of the long-awaited Spokane Valley Mall in 1997, the establishment of dozens of other businesses along business corridors, and the development of the Mirabeau Point community complex.

The City of Spokane Valley incorporated on March 31, 2003,[9] after being turned down in four previous referendums. At its creation, it was the third-largest newly incorporated city in US history (after Centennial, Colorado, which incorporated in 2001; and Miami Gardens, Florida, which incorporated about five weeks before Spokane Valley).

The situation of the City of Spokane Valley as an urban outgrowth of Spokane is very similar to the outgrowth of Sandy Springs, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. Sandy Springs would itself incorporate on December 1, 2005, passing City of Spokane Valley for third place on the list of largest newly incorporated U.S. cities.

Geography

 
Night aerial view of Spokane & Spokane Valley (background), and Post Falls (foreground) in December 2014

Spokane Valley lies along both banks of the Spokane River as it flows between Idaho and the City of Spokane. Most of the city lies to the south of the river as the Selkirk Mountains rise immediately to the north of the river in most places. To the south of the valley rise Mica Peak and Krell Hill, the southernmost extremity of the Selkirks.

Spokane Valley city proper consists of the communities of Dishman, Greenacres, Opportunity, Trentwood, Veradale, Yardley, and parts of Chester and Otis Orchards. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 38.06 square miles (98.57 km2), of which, 37.77 square miles (97.82 km2) is land and 0.29 square miles (0.75 km2) is water.[3]

Because the City of Spokane Valley shares its name with the unincorporated area it was carved from, the term "Spokane Valley" is often used in reference to an area greater than that which falls within the city limits.

Automotive Repair and Metal Fabrication

Posted by Lake Street Industries LLC on Monday, September 18, 2017

When you're looking for an honest and reliable Spokane Valley auto repair center you can trust, consider Lake Street Industries. We are a woman-owned, family-operated business located at 7501 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99212. Established in 2012, we have been providing our friends and neighbors in Spokane County with dependable, trustworthy, and exceptional auto repair and maintenance services.

We have a team of experienced and certified technicians who specialize in everything related to general auto repair and maintenance on both domestic and import vehicles. Whether you need something small and simple, like an oil change service, or a more complex and time-consuming job, like transmission repair, you can put your trust in our auto technicians. We'll inspect your vehicle, determine the problem, and fix it in a timely manner, saving you precious time and money. Need fabrication, body upfitting, or modifications? Our team of highly-qualified technicians is here to help! We have an A+ rating with the BBB (unaccredited) and are experienced in both private and government fleet service.

We invite you to our comfortable waiting area, where you can enjoy our various amenities while our technicians work on your vehicle. We have complimentary coffee and water, and free Wi-Fi that will make your time with us more pleasant. Upon request, we offer free shuttle service up to five miles, and complimentary rental car service for our clients, just in case your vehicle needs to stay in our shop for a longer period of time. Last but not least, we provide customers with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty on parts and labor.

We regard our employees as family members, and safety is our number-one priority. Having an on-site OSHA safety instructor and weekly meetings ensures that our team remains safe. Our safety record is the best in the industry. We've been accident-free since 2012!At Lake Street Industries, we believe in a higher standard of service and communication, and pride ourselves on providing quality craftsmanship and fantastic customer service with integrity. Our mission is to make you feel as comfortable and confident as possible by exceeding customer expectations and treating you like family. We offer a level of service that is unmatched, and we understand the importance of quality work and transparency when it comes to pricing.Call us or stop by our convenient and professional location on Auto Row in Spokane Valley brake repair, WA today to see what we can do for you!
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When you step on your brakes do you hear a grinding sound? Or do your brakes squeak? Or do you feel a pulsation? Does your brake pedal go almost all the way to the floor before you stop? These signs and others can signal that you may have a brake problem. If you are experiencing any one of these you need to get your brakes checked. Speedy Tune & Brake provides a free brake inspection and a written estimate on all recommended repairs.

Your automobile has brake pads that will wear over time and need to be replaced. When you push on your brake pedal, the brake pads press against the rotor. Similarly, in a drum braking system, a brake shoe pushes against the brake drum and this is what makes your vehicle slow and stop. Over time rotors and drums become worn and need machining* or replacing.

The caliper is the hydraulic component of a disc braking system. A caliper piston or pistons extend out of the caliper piston bore under applied hydraulic pressure and contact the brake pads. Brake pads are positioned inside the caliper and on each side of the vertical rotor. As the piston extends, it literally squeezes the brake pads against the outer and inner surface of the rotor, slowing down the car.

The wheel cylinder is a component of a drum braking system and consists of a cylinder that has two pistons, one on each side. On the interior of the piston is a rubber seal. The piston makes contact with the shoe directly or through a slotted pin. When hydraulic pressure is applied by the master cylinder, the cups and pistons are forced out, pushing the shoes into contact with the drum. When the brake pedal is released, return springs pull the shoes back away from the drums and push the wheel cylinder pistons back into their bores. If your wheel cylinder is leaking brake fluid from either end then it's time to replace it.

*Machining or "turning" rotors and drums referrers to placing them on a lathe and removing a small layer of the metal surface. This smooths the surface and provides the proper contact point for the pads or brake shoes.

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Chevrolet owners in our community consistently choose our independent auto shop for the maintenance and repairs of Chevy vehicles in Spokane. They know that they will receive quality service at prices that are competitive or better than a dealership can offer. Our technicians are no stranger to Chevrolet vehicles in Spokane. They have the experience and knowledge to get your car, truck, van, or SUV fixed up and back on the road quickly. From the Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Volt, and Malibu, to the Impala Spokane, SS, Camaro, Corvette, Equinox, and Traverse, we service the Chevrolet line. We know how much work and engineering goes into the designing and building of the Chevrolet brand, and our goal is to make sure your Chevy vehicle runs safely and smoothly for many years to come.

We are fortunate to have an outstanding team of certified technicians who know their way around a Chevy in Spokane. We can meet every repair and maintenance need you may have, from the basic oil change and 60k service inspection to the major vehicle repairs. We are your one stop shop!

If you have questions regarding your vehicle or brake repair for Chevrolet vehicles in Spokane , or if you would like to make an appointment, call us today! Our staff would be happy to help you.

When you step on your brakes do you hear a grinding sound? Or do your brakes squeak? Or do you feel a pulsation? Does your brake pedal go almost all the way to the floor before you stop? These signs and others can signal that you may have a brake problem. If you are experiencing any one of these you need to get your brakes checked. Speedy Tune & Brake provides a free brake inspection and a written estimate on all recommended repairs.

Your automobile has brake pads that will wear over time and need to be replaced. When you push on your brake pedal, the brake pads press against the rotor. Similarly, in a drum braking system, a brake shoe pushes against the brake drum and this is what makes your vehicle slow and stop. Over time rotors and drums become worn and need machining* or replacing.

The caliper is the hydraulic component of a disc braking system. A caliper piston or pistons extend out of the caliper piston bore under applied hydraulic pressure and contact the brake pads. Brake pads are positioned inside the caliper and on each side of the vertical rotor. As the piston extends, it literally squeezes the brake pads against the outer and inner surface of the rotor, slowing down the car.

The wheel cylinder is a component of a drum braking system and consists of a cylinder that has two pistons, one on each side. On the interior of the piston is a rubber seal. The piston makes contact with the shoe directly or through a slotted pin. When hydraulic pressure is applied by the master cylinder, the cups and pistons are forced out, pushing the shoes into contact with the drum. When the brake pedal is released, return springs pull the shoes back away from the drums and push the wheel cylinder pistons back into their bores. If your wheel cylinder is leaking brake fluid from either end then it's time to replace it.

*Machining or "turning" rotors and drums referrers to placing them on a lathe and removing a small layer of the metal surface. This smooths the surface and provides the proper contact point for the pads or brake shoes.

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Lake Street Industries gives back to the community

This story is a perfect example of one of the ways that LSI gives back to the community. We partnered with the guys from MTFU and Advance Auto parts on this one. When we were first approached with this story of this young man there was no way we could say no. 

Aziz is an amazing young man who as already seen a lot. With him and his family having been through so much it is very amazing to see him grow into an amazing young leader. Leading by example and starting his days at 0500 and ending at 2200 it was obvious of his need. It is characteristics like this that LSI was founded on and we see a lot of the same values in Aziz. This young man has a bright future.

We were able to bring his Camry back to life and get it on a current maintenance schedule schedule. When it came in there where a whole host of issues. Mainly for transmission service Spokane, engine tune-up Spokane Valley, and cv axles Spokane. Then it was taking care of the small issues like switches, windows, and other controls. 

When you look back to the story "The Long Walk" it is Aziz that personifies this story.

It has been an honor to be part of this project and support our local community. 

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When you're looking for an honest and reliable Spokane Valley auto repair center you can trust, consider Lake Street Industries. We are a woman-owned, family-operated business located at 7501 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99212. Established in 2012, we have been providing our friends and neighbors in Spokane County with dependable, trustworthy, and exceptional auto repair and maintenance services.

We have a team of experienced and certified technicians who specialize in everything related to general auto repair and maintenance on both domestic and import vehicles. Whether you need something small and simple, like an oil change service, or a more complex and time-consuming job, like transmission repair, you can put your trust in our auto technicians. We'll inspect your vehicle, determine the problem, and fix it in a timely manner, saving you precious time and money. Need fabrication, body upfitting, or modifications? Our team of highly-qualified technicians is here to help! We have an A+ rating with the BBB (unaccredited) and are experienced in both private and government fleet service.

We invite you to our comfortable waiting area, where you can enjoy our various amenities while our technicians work on your vehicle. We have complimentary coffee and water, and free Wi-Fi that will make your time with us more pleasant. Upon request, we offer free shuttle service up to five miles, and complimentary rental car service for our clients, just in case your vehicle needs to stay in our shop for a longer period of time. Last but not least, we provide customers with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty on parts and labor.

We regard our employees as family members, and safety is our number-one priority. Having an on-site OSHA safety instructor and weekly meetings ensures that our team remains safe. Our safety record is the best in the industry. We’ve been accident-free since 2012!

At Lake Street Industries, we believe in a higher standard of service and communication, and pride ourselves on providing quality craftsmanship and fantastic customer service with integrity. Our mission is to make you feel as comfortable and confident as possible by exceeding customer expectations and treating you like family. We offer a level of service that is unmatched, and we understand the importance of quality work and transparency when it comes to pricing.

Call us or stop by our convenient and professional location on Auto Row in Spokane Valley, WA today to see what we can do for you!

Auto Shop Hours
Mon 7:00 am - 6:00 pm  
Tue 7:00 am - 6:00 pm  
Wed 7:00 am - 6:00 pm  
Thu 7:00 am - 6:00 pm  
Fri 7:00 am - 6:00 pm  
Sat 8:00 am - 2:00 pm  
Sun Closed

 

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Lake Street Industries LLC
7501 E Sprague Ave.
www.brakerepairspokane.com
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
+1-509-878-4217
+1-509-295-4054 (fax)
matto@lakestreetspokane.com
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