Apex Autoworks Announces New, Expanded Location

On December 15th, Apex Autoworks completed the final leg of an eight-month journey--moving into its new building with an additional 2,000-square-feet of shop space.

The new location at 1800 N. Salem is right next door to the previous location and will enable owners Jerry Gala and Greg Cole to better serve customers.

The new shop has an expanded waiting room area, still with free wi-fi and a children’s play area, and a larger service department. "We had to do this for our customers," says Gala. "They’ve been so loyal that when we had the chance to enlarge our shop space, we took it. We have more room, more parking, and a drop-off area with much better lighting for night-time drop-offs. We look forward to many years in this location."

Apex Autoworks is a family-owned autoshop specializing in diagnostics, repair and service for import and domestic vehicles. Started six years ago by Jerry Gala and Greg Cole, the shop also offers alignments, muffler work and windshield repair. Apex Autoworks is a proud sponsor of both sports and mentor programs with several schools in the Cary/Apex area. Both Gala and Cole are Cary natives. www.apexautoworks.com



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