Weber Automotive is NAPA Shop of the Year

Bryan Weber and Eric Midura, Regional Wholesale Manager Napa Auto Parts.

Weber Automotive in North Olmsted has been named Napa AutoCare Shop of the Year, taking the honor over 420 automotive service and repair shops in the Ohio area.

Eric Midura, Regional Wholesale Manager for Napa Auto Parts, presented Bryan Weber with the award during a luncheon thrown in their honor.

Now in their 29th year in business, Weber Automotive has grown to become one of the top-rated, most technologically advanced automotive shops in the area, even performing ADAS calibrations and E-check testing on site as well. They service all makes and model vehicles, providing unmatched customer service and value to the community.

A second automotive shop will be breaking ground on the property in 2024. It will double the size of the existing building, providing service and repairs for Euro, hybrid and Electric vehicles. The $2.2 million, 12,000 square foot building will bring in nearly a dozen new high-skilled jobs to the area.

The Weber Automotive team: Foula Filippis, Debbie Brassee, Jon Rechsteiner, Bryan Weber, Zach Hoyt, Tony Brzozowski, Adam Weber, Tony Zingale, Ralph James, Mary Kellick

There will be climate-controlled storage for classic and specialty vehicles as well. Clients can store their classic vehicles during the Winter and have them serviced so they are ready to go in the Spring. The new service center will include updating suspension, brakes and drivetrain components to more modern and efficient components. They are looking towards updating older vehicles with electric power trains. This will bring a broad range of services unlike any other shop in the area, providing even more valuable service to the surrounding communities.

The new building will be energy efficient as it will be heated and cooled using geothermal technology.  The existing building is being fitted with solar power panels as well. “Our goal is to be a one-stop business for all automotive needs for owners of collector and daily-driven vehicles,” reports Bryan Weber. “We intend to do this in an environmentally responsible manner, and we will continue to lean forward towards upcoming automotive trends.

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