I would give no stars if I could. They were "friendly," but that's not the issue. And it doesn't make up for this experience.
I went in for a simple oil change. Everything seemed fine. But a week later (it's always a clue when a week after you're at the mechanic, something's wrong with your car) the light comes on saying something's wrong with my tire pressure. I go back to Lundgren Honda and am told there's a nail or screw in the tire and I have to get it patched. Okay, well at least I didn't need to replace it. But wait.
A week later the light comes back on and I take it back in. They say there's mysteriously another nail in the tire (the same one) and since I already had it patched once, I need to replace it now (for safety). Oh, sure.
The odds of any of this happening, without some malign human intervention to make it happen, are not good. I will never go back to this place.
I then went to a mechanic known for honesty and asked about the whole thing. They looked into it and said my tire pressure light was actually just going on without it meaning anything was actually wrong with my tire pressure. That mechanic fixed the problem and didn't charge me anything and, since then and only since then, have things finally been right--back to where they were before I made the mistake of going to Lundgren Honda.
I will never go back to Lundgren. What happened is actually supposed to be a very common thing that mechanics do in this area. But I won't go back for more of this. I'm going to hold on to my wallet and go somewhere else.