In $1.8 million deal, Neff’s Diesel Repair expands in Elko

A look inside the new Neff’s Diesel Repair & Performance location at 3720 Idaho St. in Elko.

A look inside the new Neff’s Diesel Repair & Performance location at 3720 Idaho St. in Elko. Courtesy: Neff’s Diesel Repair & Performance

Neff’s Diesel Repair & Performance earlier this year acquired a building at 3720 Idaho St. in Elko as part of the company’s expansion.

The $1.874 million deal included a low-interest SBA 504 loan facilitated by Nevada State Development Corporation; Elko Federal Credit Union partnered in the financing package, according to a July 22 press release.

“We have been working extremely hard for 12 years to finally reach this moment,” Jeremy Neff, co-owner of Neff’s Diesel Repair & Performance, said in a statement. “This is a huge milestone for myself and my brother Jason, one we have been looking forward to since we formed this business together. It is an incredibly exciting time for our business, as well as for my brother and me personally.

“We take great pride in being knowledgeable, honest mechanics that our largely rural community can always rely upon.”

Established in 2008, Neff's Diesel Repair & Performance offers repair and maintenance services for various diesel pickup trucks and 4x4s. The business also handles common transmission services, EGR flushes, diesel fuel system flushes, brakes, and DOT inspections.

The Idaho Street property is much larger than the company’s previous location and will allow for more vehicles to be serviced at one time, Neff said.

The business primarily serves Elko and the surrounding areas, including Carlin, Ely, Eureka, Spring Creek, Wells, and Wendover.

“Jeremy and Jason have poured their heart and soul into their business for more than a decade to reach the point where they could expand and purchase their own building,” Sandy Gordon, vice president/business development officer with NSDC, said in a statement. “I’m happy we were able to be involved and help play a role in their success.”


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