Weeks Automotive, the new face Of auto repair
Weeks Automotive, a new auto repair shop, has taken the place of Quick Copy at 1503 Warrenville Center Road. Weeks Automotive repairs both foreign and domestic vehicles, offering fair, competitive prices and service that sets a new benchmark for the auto repair industry. Tim Weeks, owner and active manager, has 35 years of experience. Working at a wide range of auto repair shops, from places like Sohio and Dowd Oldsmobile, to his latest residence at Alternative Solutions, Tim has gained a name for himself both in the Heights and in neighboring communities. He has helped to pioneer the repair of many automotive makes and models.
Weeks Automotive is a family operated business with a focus on meeting the needs of the local community. The Weeks family decided to locate their business in the Heights because of their passion and love for the neighborhood. Both Tim and his wife Deidre grew up in the Heights, and it was only natural for them to continue in the area that means so much to them. From the arts to beautiful homes, friendly people, and a thriving local economy, Cleveland Heights is the ideal place to start a business. Tim knows this first hand, having worked in the Heights for many years, and understands the loyalty and diversity that comes through such a strong clientele base.
From one generation to another Tim is carying out the rich history of the Weeks name and legacy. His great grandfather, Harry F. Weeks, was a principal in the famous Walker and Weeks architectural firm, which designed places like Severance Hall and Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Walker and Weeks helped to revolutionize Cleveland and its surrounding communities, both with their designs and their ideas of progress. Tim’s late father, Richard Weeks, continued the Weeks name as a mechanical engineer at National Copper, a backbone of Cleveland’s industry at the time. Tim brings both worlds together in his mechanical abilities and desire to help bring progress to Cleveland and surrounding communities. The Weeks legacy is continued in the quality of craftsmanship, service, and community. Several of the Weeks' seven children work in the business.
With a clean and inviting shop you are guaranteed to be comfortable as you wait for your vehicle to be serviced. Weeks Automotive's friendly service and expert knowledge will leave you with a sense of satisfaction and a better understanding of your vehicle and the repairs that were made to it. The Weeks family look forward to welcoming you and your family on your next visit.
Neil Weeks is Tim Weeks' son and a student at Cleveland State University, majoring in communications and journalism and minoring in international politics. Upon completing his studies he plans to write on an international level.