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Lawlor Testimonial

Kim Lawlor
Outstanding customer service. Quick, efficient, helpful and reasonable rates. I will definitely be back!


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Gordon Testimonial

Carol and Ed Gordon
We just wanted to thank you once again for the emergency repair to our camper van (in the middle of our holiday). We really appreciated the prompt repair and were so happy we could continue on our way with little delay. The van had no further issues and we are home now (with our new fuel pump) and deciding where we will go next!

Thanks so much for you service.


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Customer Referral Program

We are now piloting our Customer Referral Program here at BP Heavy Duty, to encourage new business and thank our longterm customers at the same time!

So, to all of our existing customers: send a friend our way and have them tell us you sent them. You will be eligible for a gift card from our shop worth 10% of any work that your friends book through BP Heavy Duty, up to a value of $50!

Also, you will be entered into a draw for BP Heavy Duty swag!

It’s simple and easy, so tell your friends!


Wannop Testimonial

Mari and Demitri Wannop
You went above and beyond in your service and you deserve to know that it is greatly appreciated!!


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A few BP Heavy Duty JOBS

BP Heavy Duty is experienced with all kinds of equipment, machinery, and automotive services. Here are photos of a few jobs we’ve recently completed.


BP Heavy Duty in the Field

A few recent photos of BP Heavy Duty working in the field.


Newly Renovated Shop

Photos of the renovated BP Heavy Duty Shop!


Shop Renovations

In 2010, BP Heavy Duty renovated our shop / garage. These are a few photos of our progress.


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10 tips for winterizing your vehicle - BP Heavy Duty

10 Tips for Winterizing Your Vehicle

It’s important to winterize your vehicle BEFORE winter arrives. Here are 10 basic tips to help you prepare your car for the upcoming cold and snow.


1.  Get the right kind of oil change. Don’t procrastinate!

The oil used should have the right viscosity, or thickness, for your vehicle at this time of year. Oil tends to thicken as it gets colder, and if it’s too thick it won’t do the best job of keeping your engine lubricated. Check your owner’s manual for guidance about which oil to use in different climates and temperatures.