I brought my 53 foot dry van in to repair and replace a 2 foot section of roof that was leaking towards the rear of the trailer. My purpose for bringing it to them was to replace the damaged roof area and put a new 2 foot section so that it looks like it was never damaged and to stop it from leaking. I went to check the work that was done a few hours later. The guy working on it repaired and installed a 2 foot section of roof like I asked , but left the seem exposed in between the cross beams with half inch ribits hanging down all the way across the interior of the roof. I told him why didn't you put the seem under cross beam so it hidden... you can't leave it like this...this is really bad.So the only solution I could think of without him having to redo the whole job was to move the crossbeam forward so it covers the seem. The crossbeams are the support bars that run every 2 feet all the way across the ceiling of the interior of the roof. It's only common sense that you would hide the seem and ribits under it. So I had the mechanic move the crossbeam forward around 8 inches so that it covered the seem. It wasn't what I wanted or expected from them, but I accepted it and paid the bill and left.After I left I hit a patch of rain. When I arrived at the place I was supposed to pick up my load I opened the trailer doors and the trailer floor was soaked with water from the rain. These types of trailers are called dry boxes for a reason. I haul flour,sugar,paper, etc. - Any moisture or water can ruin the load.So the next morning I went back to the shop for them to fix the leak. The supervisor told me to drop the trailer and don't bother the mechanics while they are working on it. So I went and took a nap. When the supervisor told me they were done and it was definitely fixed this time I took his word for it. Before I left I opened the trailer and looked at the work done. I noticed a few dents and scrapes, but left anyway.TRAIlER IS STILL LEAKING!Out of words .
I don't know where the guy above me got that ,truck and trailer does not do tire work of any kind .They work on trailers and tractors and can arrange towing. They are a certified carrier dealer with 24/7 service. a member of the BBB and Macon chamber of commerce .over 40 years of serving middle Ga. Oh yea good luck to finding anyone to come out at night for 35.00. I have worked at Truck and trailer for 10 years most all the other employees have been working there even longer. Good place to work and get your trucks repaired!!!!!!!