Now that the Brassworks of San Luis Obispo, CA has apparently closed, what would you recommend for brass repair job? My Brassworks radiator requires resoldering.
Are you sure they've quit? Their website is still up.
More details please!!
A Yelp user has posted that they are closed. As well, the 805- local number is not in service any longer and the 800- number rings with no answer.
I'll be in San Luis this weekend and had intended to take the radiator along. I certainly will stop by and see what more I can learn.
If they did, that is going to be be brutal concerning finding replacement brass radiators.
I would be pretty surprised - when I ordered my Brassworks radiator, I was getting in a line of about 13 orders that were ahead of me. So, it's not like they didn't have any work. I could see if maybe they only made brass radiators for Model T's, but they do all kinds of radiators for all kinds of cars.
I just spoke to Brassworks, and the report of their demise is premature. Lee Chamberlain is going to call me back in a few minutes. They installed a new Phone system that is not working. I will report back as soon as I hear from Lee.
Didn't brassworks move to Paso Robles?
Tim, They did. 500 Linne Rd. Paso Robles, Ca 93446
(805) 239 2501
Well, that is GOOD NEWS! Thanks to John for the new phone number.
The Brassworks has been in Paso Robles, CA since 2008 when we we outgrew our building. This year we outgrew our phone system.
We had hiccups over the weekend on Saturday and Sunday. We think it is online now and hope it will route calls properly.
Sorry for the confusion.
The rumor mill can be be a scary thing for any small business! Lucky for us this was a false alarm.
Lee runs a very professional shop here in Paso Robles with a bunch of talented folks. The attitudes of everyone in his shop is upbeat and very customer oriented, like one big family.
If any one has the chance to travel to the California Central Coast, a visit to The Brassworks is a must!
Lee's attention to detail is legendary and justifies the price paid for such a premium product, the likes of which old Henry would have approved.
Lee and his craftsmen will build any radiator for any car, by the way, and his well managed work load allows him to continue producing radiators for our cars at an affordable price.
Nope, I don't have any connection with Brassworks,
but I sure am impressed by their organization!