Denver, CO, February 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Trailer repair service company Ainsworth Trailer Repair is sharing their knowledge of the Original Equipment Manufacturer Standard, or OEM, for their customers and those interested in learning about its importance. Anyone looking for a trailer mechanic will likely run into this term at least once, making it important to understand its meaning and implications.
OEM stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer” and helps customers understand which manufacturer built the parts in their vehicles. In many trailers, certain parts used in the vehicle were designed and created by companies that differ from those that make the final trailer product.
As a customer, trailer repair services should meet or at least come close to original OEM standards, as well as match original specifications. It is important to ensure that your chosen repair shop meets OEM standards, otherwise the final repair job will suffer and you will end up spending more money in the long run.
Ainsworth Trailer Repair strives to provide quality trailer repair services that meet all OEM standards, allowing you to rest easy knowing that your trailer maintenance services will restore your trailer to as close to its factory condition as possible. With their years of experience in the field and knowledgeable staff, their repair jobs are guaranteed to meet the design standards of your trailer, no matter what brand or design.
About Ainsworth Trailer Repair
Jerry Ainsworth and his team have been providing quality trailer repair services for over 15 years through their personalized care methods and adherence to OEM standards. With 24/7 mobile trailer maintenance services and a commitment to high standards, Ainsworth Trailer Repair is always happy to help if you give them a call at 303-227-9363. For more information, visit http://www.trailerrepairdenver.com/.