Chains have greater name recognition, but family-owned companies are more likely to have personal relationships with their customers. Or so says Dolphin Car Wash owner Dan LaFaver, who encourages his employees to get to know customers on a first-name basis. That’s not to say that the business shuns all major brands though; the certified staff works with Valvoline products during services, which include replenishing motor-oil reserves, upgrading windshield wipers, and brightening headlights. After any service, clients can use Dolphin’s fleet of free vacuums for additional cleanup or supplemental tickling.
For seven years, Jay Gleeson ran a successful real-estate-appraisal firm, but as he mentions on his site, he "knew it couldn't last forever." And so Jay looked into other business ventures, soon trading real-estate statements for a polishing cloth. Today, he and his crews clean cars inside and out using green products that are gentle on cars’ clear coats and fresh tattoos. Their tunnel system treats 100% of its water, and as much as 80% of water is recycled after service—steps which earned the Lakewood location an efficiency certification from Denver Water. This adherence to environmentally friendly standards applies to every service, from express exterior washes in less than three minutes to the Xtreme Make Over in less than three hours.
Now celebrating one year in business, the family-owned A&C AutoWorks continues to welcome rides of all shapes and sizes into its garage for maintenance and detailing services. The shop’s trusted mechanics swiftly complete basic jobs, such as oil and filter changes, and also take on more time-consuming tasks, including complete restoration. Meanwhile, detailing technicians venture to a client’s home, office, or Barbie Dreamhouse to spruce up cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats inside and out. In deference to Mother Nature, the techs use eco-friendly products and a water-saving reclamation system as they hand wash and dry exteriors. Additionally, the team spoils cars with extraspecial attention, including color sanding, water-spot or scratch removal, and buffing.
ProClean Auto Wash pampers automotive exteriors with convenient facilities for blasting bugs off of windshields and scraping grime off of grills. Swing in for an automatic wash ($7) to declog your car's fiberglass pores, leaving it more radiant than a burning pile of flashlights. Cars who measure adoration in elbow grease will savor an affectionate hand wash of their delicate curves at ProClean Auto Wash's self-serve stations ($3 for first five minutes). Use a pressure washer to blast away filth and dirt until you're able to see your reflection and, like in every Disney movie, you find out who you really are.
Blue Wave Car Wash's touchless, automatic washes shower cars using a German-engineered, laser-guided contour system that efficiently dematerializes dirt and filth. During each Ultimate wash, a double presoak loosens hardened grime as an undercarriage spray combs the underside for contamination. Wheel blasters then wash dirt from their targets, and a contour high-pressure rinse clears away lingering residue. A coating of clear-coat wax armors auto paint against the weather of tomorrow, and a spot-free rinse and contour dry restore aridness to the revamped vehicle. With 24-hour access, commuters can clean their cars any time they like, even at eight o'clock.
Canopy Airport Parking is Denver International Airport’s new parking choice for indoor valet, covered self-park, and open air parking. Canopy Covered Self-Park, with a single roof spanning several acres, offers comparable protection to a multi-level concrete structure. Fast service is available 24 Hours Everyday