Larry’s Small Engine Repair shop in Houston, TX is owned by Larry Harrison, and I am under the opinion that any good business will establish a set of business ethics to insure they are transparent in the way they operate their business.
- I spent 50 years working in the Oil Industry and I learned a lot of lessons the hard way and I firmly believe in HONESTY & INTEGRITY is key to a successful business because they are principles that I were raised with and live by, so I will be frank and straight forward with you, and give you my honest opinion; it is your decision as to what you want to do. I will not spend much time trying to convince you otherwise.
- NOTE: Upon completion of you job I will notify you that it is ready, and unless you have made prior arrangements for pick it up, then I will charge $10 per day starting 5 days after notification.
After seven long years and a number of arrogant customers, and numerous pieces of equipment being abandoned; I have learned some lessons about dealing with the public. I have never worked with the “General Public” before and there are some bad people in this world. If you are one of these people, then I would rather lose the job than deal with your indignity and arrogance.
I reserve the right to take only the work that I want to do and allowed to repair it correctly (in simple English that means repairing back to original condition if possible) and I will not perform a quick fix to save money or create a safety issue which is a Liability to me.
NOTE: Everyone must sign an invoice with a disclaimer at the time they drop their equipment, for conducting diagnostics and initial repairs.
I created a “Disclaimer Page” for anyone that wants to read it.
If you or someone else has attempted to repair it and I have to spend my time diagnosing and correcting the problems that you or someone created, then you will be charged accordingly.
I can and will say that after 7 years since beginning this business I reserve the right to work on what I want to work and when I want to work on it,and it is that simple.
Too many people have abandoned their equipment that I cannot sell for labor and parts.