Auto Repair in Shasta Lake, CA
The city of Shasta Lake is located along Interstate 5 in the state of California in Shasta County. Shasta Lake is the name given to the city after five communities conglomerated and incorporated as one in 1993. The population in Shasta Lake is just over 10,000 and is steadily increasing as the city develops.
Shasta Dam is the reason the city came to pass. In 1938, the dam’s construction began and the communities of Central Valley, Toyon, Pine Grove, Summit City, and Project City quickly sprung up. Those communities flourished over the next few decades even after dam construction was complete because of the timber industry. As the timber industry diminished, so did the communities’ growth though timber is still a major industry in Shasta Lake.
While in Shasta Lake, be sure to visit Wintu Cultural Center and Clair Engle Park for a taste of the local culture and environment. Swim or fish in Lake Shasta, or make your way into the Rockies for a day of skiing or snowboarding.
Perry’s Automotive Inc. is proud to serve Shasta Lake with honest, reliable auto repairs and service for most makes and models since 1968. We are family owned and operated and ensure a safe, friendly environment for the whole family. Our complete staff is professional and knowledgeable, performing high-quality auto repairs and excellent customer service for each of our clients. We are conveniently located just a short 13-minute drive south of Shasta Lake off I-5.
The Perry's Automotive Advantage
We Offer Financing
Free Local Shuttle Service 1-Way
Factory Diagnostic Equipment
Perry’s Automotive Inc has been a part of the Redding business scene since 1968. Our present location has been our permanent home since 1973. That’s well over 40 years of customer satisfaction that’s allowed us to be a continued part of our customer’s lives. Our client base continues to grow as existing customers bring in their children, and in some cases, grandchildren.
Our driving motto has, and continues to be; customer’s are to be listened to and treated as a member of this family.
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