Auto Repair and MD State Inspections
Certifications: ASE certified Master Automobile Technician with L1 Advanced Level Specialist certification, Bosch Certified, Maryland State Inspector, Emission Repair Certified for the State of Maryland, CTI Technical Institute Training.
Certifications: ASE certified Master Automobile Technician with L1 Advanced Level Specialist certification, Bosch Certified, Maryland State Inspector, Emission Repair Certified for the State of Maryland., Associates and Bachelors Degrees, CTI Technical Institute Training.
Certifications: Bachelors and Associates Degrees in Automotive Technology from Weber State University, Associates Degree in Business Management from Frederick Community College, ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician, L1 Advanced Level Specialist certification, Service Consultant certification, Undercar Specialist certification, Parts Specialist certification, CTI Technical Institute Training.
Carriage House Automotive is the trading name of Marcus Enterprises which was incorporated in 1973 by James Reynolds, the owner. He had owned Piney Branch Shell Gas and Service Station in Silver Springs, Maryland for several years and wanted to get away from the restrictions placed on him by the Shell Oil Corporation. So in 1973 he went into business for himself. The new business he started was called Satellite Motors and was also located in Silver Springs. In 1978 he moved the business up to Frederick, Maryland into an old building at 10 North Carroll Street. The building had been a Carriage House and repair shop in the 1800’s so the name of the business was changed to “Carriage House Automotive”. By the early 1980’s business was leaving downtown Frederick and a larger shop was needed so a new facility was designed and constructed specifically to service modern automobiles. This building opened in 1987 and is the current location, at 18 Wormans Mill Court, on the north end of Frederick. In 1992 the business had the distinction of becoming a Robert Bosch Certified Automobile Service Facility. The only one in the area at that time. Sadly, James Reynolds passed away in February of 2011. The business continues to be operated by his family who hope to keep it running for many years to come.
Over the last 35 years we have put a lot of effort into purchasing and maintaining some of the best, newest, and modern equipment that is available in the industry. This makes servicing your car easier and gives more cost effective, quality service. The computer information data base and diagnostic equipment we use is updated regularly. Our current tire mounting and balancing equipment was purchased in 2010. The alignment machine we use is state of the art and purchased in 2012. Even our battery servicing equipment is new,top of the line, and designed to work with modern automobile batteries.
All of the employees at Carriage House Automotive have received training from nationally recognized institutions such as: The Bosch Corporation, ASE, The Carquest Technical Training Institute, The Weber State University Automotive Technology Program, Frederick Community College, Brigham Young University, The Toyota T-Ten Program, and many training seminars to numerous to mention.