Today, I’m excited to announce the winners of the Keller Bros. Customer Appreciation Drawing!
Every guest who visited Keller Bros. during November received a ticket to be entered into a drawing for one of 8 prizes. From all of the tickets we received, we drew 8 winners!
Night on the Town! This special package includes dinner at Angelo’s Taverna, dessert at the Melting Pot, and a movie for two at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema!
Winner: Travis Ryan
Avalanche Tickets! Win two tickets for the January 14 Colorado Avalanche vs. Nashville Predators game – club level seats!
Winner: Dan Lebel
Dinner and Movie! Experience a movie at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema with two tickets, popcorn, and drinks.
Winner: Tina Shoemaker
Keller Bros. Gift Certificate! Two winners will receive a $50 gift certificate for any vehicle service.
Winners: Kathy Golding & Eddie Mullison
Full Service Oil Change! Three winners will receive a free full-service oil change from Keller Bros.
Winners: Chet Jewel, John Albizos, & Marrisa Kahen
Congratulations to the winners! Call ahead at 303-347-1010 or stop by the shop to pick up your prize.
Thank you to everyone who visited Keller Bros. to join the Customer Appreciation celebration!
Have you heard the news? November is Customer Appreciation Month at Keller Bros. Auto Repair! All month long, we’re finding ways to show you our appreciation, from Thursday morning breakfast to special savings and gifts. There are so many ways to join the celebration, but I want to make sure you don’t miss one thing we’re very excited about… Keller Bros. Customer Appreciation Giveaway! Every guest who visits Keller Bros. this month will receive a ticket to be entered into a drawing for one of 8 prizes. No purchase required! Simply stop by the shop and ask for your ticket. You’ll have a chance to win: Night on the Town! This special package includes dinner, dessert, and a movie for two! Avalanche Tickets! Win two tickets for the January 14 Colorado Avalanche vs. Nashville Predators game – club level seats! Dinner …… ( more )
Fall in Littleton means unpredictable weather, changing road conditions, the first snow storms, and winter preparations. It also means new challenges for drivers, especially those new to our state who are not familiar with winter driving. Make sure your family and your vehicle is prepared before the first storm of the season. Defroster/Heater – When you get in your car in the cold fall mornings, test your heater by turning it on high. Make sure the defroster setting works, with air flow reaching the windshield. If air flow appears blocked or it takes too long to warm the inside of your car, bring it in to Keller Bros. for a heating system inspection. Not only does a broken heating system leave you cold in your car, it can be a safety hazard if you can’t defrost your windshield! Battery – …… ( more )
It is officially Fall in Littleton! Which means before we know it, sunny summer days will turn to unpredictable fall conditions. Ask yourself now, before the first storm hits Littleton, “Is my car ready for winter weather?” To help keep you and your family safe this fall, we’ve put together this list of tips to get your car ready for Fall! Tire pressure – As temperatures drop, your tire pressure can lose as much as 1 psi for every 10 degree change. Keep a pressure gauge in your glove box and check your tire pressure at home. If you’re not sure what the recommended tire pressure is for your vehicle, call us at 303-347-1010. Proper tire pressure improves fuel efficiency! Tire tread – Check your tire tread too! Your tire becomes legally bald when tread falls below 2/32 of an inch, but …… ( more )
Whether you are planning one last summer road trip or you’re sending a child off to college across the country, road trips can be stressful. While they are a great way to see the country and explore, road trips can also mean unexpected surprises, varying road conditions, and lots of miles on your car in a short amount of time. Stay safe on the journey — BEFORE you hit the road, make sure your car is up to the task! Most common Road-Trip Breakdowns According to one road side maintenance company, the top causes of breakdowns on the road include: Dead or faulty battery Flat tire Faulty Alternator Starter Fuel problems Clutch cables Spark plugs Ready for the good news? ALL of these factors can be avoided with proper preventative maintenance! A trained technician can spot the warning signs of …… ( more )
Let’s face it – flat tires happen. No matter how careful you may be, any car can succumb to an unexpected flat. But you can be prepared! Car manufacturers have made the tire change process simple so that virtually anyone can do it. And with our guide, you can be confident in your ability to change a flat tire! Before you head out for a long drive, or even your regular commute, check your spare tire. You can’t replace a flat tire with a flat spare! You can also look at your tires – if you see any worn spots or skimpy tread, invest in new tires. You can even stop by our shop for a full inspection before any big road trips! But even the most prepared drivers can encounter unexpected flats – not to fear! With this guide, …… ( more )
An overheating engine can be one of the most stressful roadside emergencies a driver experiences. What should you do if your vehicle starts overheating? Watch for warning signs. If the temperature gauge starts rising rapidly, pull over. If steam (often looks like smoke) starts coming out from under the hood, pull over. If your engine starts making unusual noises, pull over. If the check engine light comes on, pull over. Find a safe location. Pull over as quickly as you can safely. If you are on a busy street, find a safe place to park your vehicle. Stay calm and do not put your family or other drivers in danger. Wait. Avoid the impulse to open the hood right away. If the engine has reached a very high temperature, you could burn yourself while opening the hood to look. Instead, …… ( more )
At Keller Bros., we’ve always believed that we don’t work in a repair shop, we work in a community… and that our job isn’t fixing cars, it’s taking care of our neighbors. Which is why we are incredibly honored to be recognized by our neighbors as the “Best of Colorado.” Keller Bros. Auto Repair was recognized by voters, including readers of Colorado Biz magazine and business owners across Colorado, in this year’s “Best of Colorado” list as Best Car Service: Repair! In fact, so many votes were entered for Keller Bros. in the “Car Service” category that Colorado Biz created a brand new “Best of Auto Repair” category to properly tally the votes. Keller Bros. has sought to be the most honest and ethical place you can take your car. Which is why we are incredibly grateful for our community’s votes …… ( more )
Earth day is here, so we’re devoting this blog to ways to make your vehicle more green! We’re not talking green fender covers… here are real tips to reduce the carbon footprint from your vehicle. First, check your gas cap. It’s often the biggest culprit to wasting fuel. Gas caps need to be changed every 4 years, or the seal inside may go bad and no longer hold air. The gasoline vapors evaporate when it’s warm, escape your fuel tank, and go straight into the environment! When was the last time you replaced your vehicle’s gas cap? Next time you visit Keller Bros. Auto Repair, ask our certified technicians to take a look at your gas cap. We’ll quickly test it to make sure it holds a seal. If it doesn’t, have it fixed before it costs you more money …… ( more )
It is officially spring in Littleton! Between sunny days and snow showers, we know that spring weather in Colorado is anything but predictable. As you prepare for spring activities and road trips, make sure your vehicle is prepared for any condition. Here are four common hazards on the spring roads in Colorado: Potholes. Rapidly changing temperatures means that snow and ice will freeze and thaw in the roads… leaving behind huge potholes. These hazards not only make your rides bumpy and uncomfortable, they put your vehicle at risk. Hitting a pothole can damage your vehicle’s tires, wheels, alignment, and suspension. Swerving to avoid a pothole can also put you at risk for a car accident. Stay safe by avoiding potholes when possible. Hit a pothole? Come in right away for an alignment inspection to avoid further damage to your vehicle …… ( more )