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Sandberg's Service & Recovery

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(219) 462-4622

Today: Open 24 Hours
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General Info
Sandberg's s Towing and Recovery is located in Valparaiso, Indiana and can provide you with all your passenger, light truck, and heavy duty towing needs. Just call Sandberg's Service Center in Valparaiso has been a family owned business for over 35 years. It was back in 1973 that Standard Oil gave John Sandberg's the opportunity to open a gas station on East Lincolnway. Sandberg's has light, medium and heavy duty wreckers and also a repair shop for domestic vehicles, light trucks, and foreign vehicles. We are able to tow anything from passenger vehicles, light trucks, up to the semis and buses. Sandberg's has been used to move airplane engines and also at one time to rescue a horse from an inground pool. Load shifts and recover of overturned semi with loads are professionally done each and every time.
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Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
We specialize in long-distance towing, brakes, oil changes, transmissions, emergency service, and expedited towing, trucking, and assistance.
Payment method
all major credit cards, cash, amex, discover, master card, visa, debit, check, mastercard
Towing, Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Accessories, Automobile Diagnostic Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automotive Roadside Service, Tire Dealers, Truck Service & Repair, Truck Wrecking


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Antoine S.



I have dealt with this company before with no issues but this last interaction with the company was no good. i asked them to drop my car off at one place but they took it somewhere else, now i know there are such things as misunderstan dings or miscommunication but to not own up to mistakes is not professional at all, hanging up on customers is not the way to handle business, sending them to voicemail is not the way, i understand that mistakes are made but its how you handle those mistakes that will make or break you. now this company seems broken top me, it will be awhile if ever i chose to work with this company again.