Exppress Car Wash is offering you a very potential car wash franchise business. It can be set up with automatic equipment on a very busy road. If owning one’s own business is your dream then, We offer an opportunity to achieving the benefits of business ownership.
Take your car wash business to new heights
with these tips
If your car wash business or outlet doesn’t have a car
lift, chances are good that you wash and detail most
cars with all four wheels on the ground. If done by
hand, this can mean a lot of bending and reaching,
which may not be a big deal for some people, but after a
full shift, it can cause muscle and joint pain in others.
And while washing a car with the wheels on is fine for
routine washes, it’s less than ideal for detailing.
To thoroughly detail a car, you have to remove the
wheels to get full access to the wheel wells, brakes,
shocks and suspension components. Removing the
wheels also lets you clean both sides of the tires and
rims. Traditionally, removing the wheels involved the
time-intensive use of good old-fashioned jack stands.
But developments in the lift industry mean you can now
build your detailing on a stronger foundation and take
advantage of the benefits of using a car lift instead.
How a car wash franchise can earn you good money:
If you want to give your car detailing business a lift,
here are some important factors to consider:
● Does the lift manufacturer approve using the lift
outside? Many lifts are rated for indoor use only.
● Is the lift rated for use in washing applications?
Some lifts specifically prohibit wash bay use and
cannot get wet.
● Has the lift been third-party tested and certified to
meet all industry safety and performance standards.
● What is the rated load capacity of the lift? Make
sure the lift is rated to hold the vehicles you work
on. Never overload a lift.
● How low is the lift when collapsed? Make sure it
can slide under the vehicles you service, especially
if you work on a lot of low-slung cars.
● Is it portable? If you don’t want to dedicate a bay
full-time to a lift, portability is a must.
● Does it provide clear access to the vehicle
undercarriage? Many low-rise lifts have structural
steel connecting the two lifting platforms that can
hamper access to the vehicle