Is your vehicle overheating, bugging out, or constantly give you problems?
While you might try and Google the solution, truth is there is nothing better than bringing it to a professional service.
Studies and the experts say that your best bet is to bring your car to an independent mechanic for diagnosis and repair.
"Independent mechanics have ranked higher on customer satisfaction, price, quality, courteousness and on-time repairs."
That's where Lou's Machine Shop is here to help you.
Here to service the entire town of Stamford and surrounding areas with professionally trained mechanics and staff specializing in a variety of services and repairs for auto, motorcycle, diesel, marine, engines, and other machinery equipment. Here are some of the services offered:
•Cylinder Head Rebuilding
•Radiator Repair And Recoring
•Hydraulic Hose Repair
•Magnetic Partial Inspection
•Ring Gear Replacement
•Large Truck Drum Resurfacing
(Rebuilt Engines And Cylinder Heads Also For Sale)*
Should your vehicle need new parts, Lou sources high quality and original parts to get your vehicle back on the road quickly and always in a reasonable amount of time.
With so many working parts to a vehicles engine, things get complicated. Most mechanics and dealerships generally don't have the expertise. A malfunctioning engine requires proper care and/or rebuilding.
Our team will replace all basic pieces and parts including bearings, gaskets, o-rings, and belts. We’ll also service crankshafts, pistons, valves, and camshafts.
Should any of these items require replacement, Lou's Machine Shop, LLC will make sure that they get replaced with high-quality parts that are sure to last you a long time and save you money!
The cylinder head is an essential part which is used to form the combustion chamber in each engine.
If your engine fails a compression test or is leaking pressure, your cylinder head may require rebuilding.
So why rebuild instead of purchase a new cylinder head?
Brand new cylinder heads could cost up to $1,000.
It is much more affordable to rebuild your cylinder head rather than buy a new one. We have the machinery and years of professional training to offer you a quality rebuild for a much lower cost.
Common radiator problems include:
Different problems will require different solutions but it's important you don't continue to drive with significant radiator issues.
Down the line, a damaged radiator can lead to harmful engine damage which calls for a complete and costly replacement. Save yourself the money and have your radiator repaired before there's a more serious issue.
Over time, cylinder walls wear down.
If not taken care of, an increase in friction between will lead to more damage that just builds up over time. We want a thin layer of oil to help lubricate between the piston rings and cylinder walls.
We'll use boring and cylinder honing tools to correctly shape the diameter, surface finish, position, and crosshairs of the cylinder walls to as perfect as possible.
Doing so will ensure proper lubrication and oil consumption to get your engine running right!
Generally made from steel or other strong materials, valves are designed to control the intake of fluid or gas to and from combustion chambers.
Damaged valves will cause reduced engine power, idling issues, and backfiring.
At this point, a valve replacement or resurfacing job is necessary.
Helpful Tip: To help prevent future valve damage, ensure an efficient cooling system. This will help stop engine overheating. Also be sure to fill up your tank with quality fuel. Lower quality fuel may be cheaper, but it will cause more carbon build up on the valve seats.
With decades of combined experience and a professionally trained staff, Lou's Machine Shop is here for you every weekday from 7am-4pm and 8am-1pm on Saturdays!
Our new garage and repair center is located at - 17 Viaduct Road, Stamford, CT 06907 (Now in conjunction with Contractor's Supply LLC)!
Serving the towns of Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Greenwich, Norwalk, Westport, Wilton, Port Chester, Rye, and much of the Fairfield County/New York area.
If you have any questions, give Lou a call: (203) 323-3752