Beyond the bright pops of blue and red that paint Detailz Auto Spa’s façade, skilled technicians are washing and detailing cars until every inch of them gleams. High-pressure blasts of water start things off, and a slew of special polishes, waxes, and treatments leave each wheel, roof, and leather interior sparkling. VIP programs reward frequent guests with discounts, and with spells that ward off post-car-wash rain showers.
Pro Oil Change's deft technicians bolster automobile performance seven days a week, swapping old lubricants for Valvoline Premium Conventional oil and then administering 21-point inspections. During the 10-minute service, mechanics drain dirty oil and clear clogs of bacon fat from the vehicle, replacing fluids with up to 5 litres of clean Valvoline oil. Techs then top off all liquids and take a 21-point tour of the vehicle's components. During the visual inspection, the eagle-eyed staff tests the lights, assesses the battery, checks tire pressure, and validates wiper blades' capabilities to bat off rain, snow, and wedding rice. Drivers bringing their cars in for oil transfusions may pull up to the drive-thru and sip free coffee inside while their car is being serviced.
The technicians at Rallytec Auto Services revamp rides from top to bottom with an array of repair, maintenance, and detailing services. Using diagnostic equipment, the team boosts vehicle performance and readies cars for seasonal weather, swapping out tires come winter and tanning tailpipes for summer. A stock of carnauba wax keeps paint jobs glimmering, and hot-steam extraction processes delve deep into upholstery to clear out dirt and debris.
With an eye on the environment, The Clean Machine takes to sullied rides with soft-touch technology and eco-friendly shampoos that leave paint gleaming and scratch-free. Technicians enlist carefully calibrated water pressure during the quick, three-minute washes to slough off filth and dried Garfields stuck to the rear window. Foam-Brite products, shines, and glossy waxes complement each wash and reconstruct cars' original showroom shine.
Volco's trained specialists store tires when not in use and assist car owners in upgrading their wheels with new treads from brands such as Michelin and PIrelli. Customers roll into the shop with up to four tires, which the staff herds into storage aided by motorcycles dressed as sheepdogs in 30 minutes or less. For up to a year, tires rest comfortably in the heated, monitored, and insured facility. Customers can peruse a wide selection of high-quality tires by make and model. Pirelli P-Zero Nero All Season are each equipped with an asymmetric tread design aimed at optimal traction ($167.99+/tire). Falken Eurowinter HS439 tires employ a new silica compound to help vehicles mosey over snow and ice ($62.99+/tire); Michelin Energy Savers lower fuel consumption and elicit tears from neglected gas pumps ($149.99+/tire). Volco's team can install purchased tires for an additional fee ($12.50–$25/ tire, depending on size).
Fred Beck opened Broco Auto Glass's work bays in Surrey in 1978 and, with help from his brother Merle, installed up to 18 windshields per day. Their hard work would pay off—setting the blueprint for the 20 locations Broco has today—helping the sibling team branch off into residential and commercial glass services in addition to automotive glass services. Broco's government-certified auto-glass technicians specialize in foreign and domestic cars, trucks, and boats, and they undergo training every three months to stay abreast of the latest techniques for installing their selection of OEM or equally certified parts. Away from the shop, they equip homes and businesses with interior and exterior glass panes for an array of jobs, such as custom-crafting a glass door or installing a skylight that makes it possible to cast disparaging looks at the sun without leaving your home.
At Coquitlam Wash World, drivers turn cars over to a chorus of machines or scrub them by hand with powerful, simple-to-use tools. The centre’s two touchless tunnels offer a wealth of services, including hot and cold soak, candy-coloured tri-foam, and fast-acting drying agents. Drivers can also roll roadsters into a 40-foot self-serve wash bay, where they’ll find an arsenal of foaming exterior brushes, high-pressure water guns, and shampoo-dispensing brushes designed for interiors. Coquitlam Wash World ensures visitors receive treats for all their hard work, including lollipops for children, dog biscuits for canines, and paper clips for teething accountants.