Auto Repair in Richland, WA

Richland, WA

The city of Richland is located in Benton County, at the crossing of the Yakima and Columbia Rivers in southeast Washington State. Roughly 55,000 people live in Richland, covering just over 35 square miles of land in the state’s Tri-Cities region.

Richland was a small farming town until World War II, when the U.S Army purchased most of the city’s land and buildings for workers on the Manhattan Project. The federal government finally sold Richland’s real estate back to private citizens in 1957; the city was then incorporated in 1958. Richland today remains home to the mostly decommissioned Hanford nuclear site. Golf has become one of the most popular sports in the city, alongside wine production as a major local industry.

In terms of auto repairs, the most qualified experts will see your vehicle gets all the attention it requires, and you’ll find these experts at Master Tech Automotive. Since 2003, our experienced team has been serving Richland drivers with auto repairs always done correctly. From diagnosis to completion, our ASE-Certified technicians adhere to high standards of accuracy with products, services and maintenance practices that are truly unique in the field. We’re a small, family-owned business committed to delivering big results, now and for as long as you own your vehicle.

Your True Dealer Alternative is Master Tech Automotive in Richland, WA. “Small Business, Big Results, Family Owned.”

standard service warranty

At Master Tech Auto, all labor is guaranteed for NINETY (90) DAYS unless otherwise stated in writing on your invoice as provided at the time of service. All parts carry warranty as directly provided by the manufacturer. Master Tech does not currently offer extended warranties on parts. Most new parts have a one-year warranty.

Ask your technician about specific warranty information on both labor and any parts supplier warranties on all jobs and services.

Each part supplier maintains it's own warranty policy.

Squeak-free Brake Guarantee

Here's the deal, when you buy a new car they have brakes, and they don't squeak.....right. So why can't an after market shop do the same? Details Here