FAQs

FAQs

Our services take longer than an automatic car wash and vary in time depending on the package purchased. We stress quality over quantity and focus on providing an excellent end result.

Our standard interior/exterior wash usually takes about 3 hours. Extra services mean additional time. We have a lockbox for convenient drop off but you will need to be present at pick-up. We ask you to plan accordingly to ensure that you have your vehicle when it is needed.

First and foremost, we focus on providing the best quality service we can, using the best products available. We take great pride in the finish of your vehicle.

With over 23 years of experience our staff understands what it takes to provide a excellent end result and not just a good one.

Additional information will go here about your process.

By washing not only the top of the car but also the bottom. We recommend an under carriage wash along with an application of a rust inhibitor at least every other week. The under carriage wash is a high-pressure rinse that flushes all of the salt and road grime form the under body of your car. The rust inhibitor is a specially designed chemical that actually inhibits oxidation on all surfaces of your vehicle. It will help prevent rust from beginning or spreading.

Oil and dirt deposits can deteriorate rubber hoses. Keeping your engine clean prevents build and dirt deposits on rubber pipes. Any build up on high voltage parts can cause arcing and tracking. Dirt can also be drawn into inlet manifolds and cause internal engine damage.

Regular engine cleaning can prevent all of these problems and keep your vehicle looking and driving well, extending its life and resale value.

Plastic surfaces are great for giving vehicles lightweight, durable components – from plastic headlight lenses to motorcycle windshields, plastic tail lights, trailers and more. But these plastic components can yellow and haze with weather, sun and sand, limiting visibility and diminishing the appearance and value of the vehicle. While the impact on a vehicle’s value varies, the dangers in terms of limited visibility are clear: It is a factor in 2.8 million accidents, 23,000 fatal crashes and 2,300 pedestrian deaths each year, according to the Motor Vehicle Lighting Council. Dim headlight bulbs and hazy plastic headlight lenses or surfaces may lead to this reduced visibility, putting you, your passengers and other cars at risk. The AAIA Car Care Council found that 26 percent of the cars it inspected had issues with their lighting system. Millions of cars on the road today have plastic headlight lenses. The problem increases with the age of the lens, and with the average age of cars on the road about 10 years old, the problem is growing. Yet there is something you can do about it.

Many variables contribute to the frequency of washing of a car: road conditions, weather, where you are driving, and personal preference all play a role. In general, we recommend washing about twice a month and more frequently during the winter, with an application of a wax and undercarriage at least every other wash. This will add a protective shine to your car’s finish and keep it looking like new.

Available Appointments on October 16, 2019

  All day3 spaces available