Curt & Carrie Hogan opened Hogan Muffler & Brake on July 1st 1985. They found it both exciting and a bit terrifying being young business owners as well as new parents of a bouncing baby boy while only in their early 20's. Juggling the responsibilities of running the business and raising a family was something the Hogan's remember as a challenge, one they would gladly face again head on.
After a couple months the Hogan's realized they were in need of additional help and went on to hire Curt's younger brother Kevin as an inexperienced apprentice installer whom would be taught the exhaust business. None of them realized at the time how vital Kevin would become to Hogan Muffler & Brake. Today that inexperienced apprentice installer has grown to be the Manager/Lead Service advisor of a thriving, locally owned independent business and is arguably the best in the industry at what he does.
In the early 90s the Hogans noticed a trend. The exhaust business was slowing and so they decided diversification was in order. The shop area was doubled in size with the addition of 2 new bays and equipment for Brake services and Wheel Alignment services were added. Today the services offered at Hogan Muffler & Brake have expanded to nearly all areas of auto and light truck maintenance and service.
Recently joining Curt, Carrie, and Kevin up front is Joshua Hogan (the middle child). Also on the current staff are Lee Griffith , Ryan Hogan (referred to as the bouncing baby boy above), Ron Chase, Andrew Barber and Phill Hall who are the technicians trained in some/all service areas offered by Hogan Muffler and Brake.
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Brake System Repair
Computer Diagnostic and Repair
Cooling System Diagnostic and Repair
Cooling System Flush
Drivetrain Service and Repair
Electrical System Diagnosis and Repair
Emissions System Diagnostic/Repair
Engine Performance and Tune-up
Fuel Injection Diagnosis and Repair
General Repair (Aftermarket)
Headlamps and Vehicle Lighting
Heating and Air Conditioning
Muffler & Exhaust Repair
New Tire Replacement
Oil Change Facility
Scheduled Factory Maintenance
Shock and Strut Replacement
Steering and Suspension
Timing Belt Service
Tire & Brake Repair
Transmission & Clutch Repair
Transmission Fluid Service
Used Car Evaluations
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The air conditioner compressor fix solved that problem perfectly!However, that fix exposed another problem I'd like to address. The air flow door is malfunctioning. After about 10-15 minutes of the air conditioner running, the cold air flow begins to diminish and the air starts getting warm. If I shut the air conditioner off for a few minutes and then turn it back on, cold air will again flow for another 10-15 minutes. I'm sure it's the door cause just as things start to heat up a noise like rushing air can be heard in the area below the glove box where I believe this contraption is housed. In the winter time I've noticed the same noise after the defroster has been running for a while and again the air flow diminishes?
Can you give me a ball park figure of what this repair will cost?
Bob, After our conversation last evening I realized I had failed to ask when you can bring the truck in so we can investigate the air flow issue. Please give me a call and we will schedule a time to look into it and determine the best course of action.