Tempe becomes home to new auto shop

October 28, 2018 by  

Apex Customs, one of Arizona’s leading automotive customization shops, recently opened a new state-of-the-art location in Tempe.

This new location will have 11 new bays, four paint booths, and a Mustang dynamometer that can measure 3,000 horsepower of a vehicle at 250 miles per hour. All of this makes it the largest such facility on the West Coast.

Co-Founder and President at Apex Customs, Tyler Copenhaver-Heath, commented about the support the state has given his company so that it has been able to grow. The loyal customer base, the hard-working staff, and the city of Phoenix enabled the company to outgrow its operations in the city, he said, requiring the addition of a second shop in Tempe. Copenhaver-Heath added that his company is looking forward to being a part of the economy and market of Tempe.

Apex Customs will offer custom painting and fabrication, paint protection, upholstery upgrades, and wheels and tires, among its many services. There is a range of equipment, and staff with the capabilities that range from restoring a classic car to building a complete race car. The company services not only cars, but trucks, motorcycles, and SUVs as well.

Various kinds of promotional products can be distributed throughout such surrounding communities of Scottsdale, Mesa, Peoria, and Gilbert to publicize the opening of such auto shops and their numerous offerings.

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