Auto detailing is the act of performing a thorough cleaning, correction, restoration, and protection of a motor vehicle.

Most think when you buy a new car, it comes off the factory floor and goes straight to the dealership in perfect condition.  Unfortunately, this is not the case. Chances are, it has been quite some time since it was at the factory, and you had better believe that the car has swapped hands once or twice. Sure, it’ll be spot cleaned and buffed a few times to “cover up” any imperfections that happen along the way.

Most importantly, ~99% of brand new vehicles have no paint protection and have some embedded contamination. That combination will deteriorate the paint surfaces much quicker than you think.

Protect your investment from day 1! You wouldn’t drive your new car without insurance, so don’t drive it without protection!

The clay bar treatment is a decontamination process. Clay removes any kind of embedded contaminates that are harmful to automotive paint. Its non-abrasive texture will make your surfaces feel extremely smooth. This procedure is done after washing and before protecting the painted surfaces. Unfortunately, many shops will skip this process because it is very time consuming although it is one of the most important.

Yes, we have a key drop box located just to the left of the office door. We prefer customers dropping their vehicles well before their scheduled appointment times to allow us to maximize the return on your investment.

We accept all major credit cards, cash, and checks.

Please call us as soon as possible to reschedule the appointment. Most of our services range from one to multiple days, and we keep a very tight schedule to assist as many customers as we can.

We do not sell products, though we can steer you in the right direction for your personal needs.

Why not both!

Paint Protection Film (commonly referred to as PPF) is a transparent urethane film that is applied to your vehicle to help act as a physical barrier to the outside elements that your vehicle will face. This helps protect against scratches, chips, dings, bumps, and other similar contact that your paint may encounter. PPF can come at a hefty price if you’re used to a simple wax as your protection, but will be unmatched when it comes to protecting your paint. Many films (including XPEL) are now self-healing, which will allow the film to revert back to its original shape and to “heal” from small scuffs, bumps, and swirls to the film. PPF can be applied to just about any painted surface on your vehicle.

Ceramic Coatings, on the other hand, are hand applied liquid polymers that chemically bonds to your vehicle’s surface. Ceramic coatings help provide unmatched levels of gloss, hydrophobic properties, and chemical and UV resistance. Some ceramics, including Gtechniq, will promote a resistance to light swirls and marring compared to conventional waxes and sealants. Unlike PPF, ceramics can be applied to any type of surface we may encounter in or on your vehicle. There are products designed specifically for each and every texture, material, and finish. This includes all exterior surfaces, as well as a full line of interior protection (leather, fabrics, plastic cladding, etc). 

If you’re looking for the best of the best, layer up! Paint Protection Film can be topped up with Ceramic Coatings. This will not only provide you with top notch impact resistance from PPF, but also the best chemical and UV resistance and hydrophobic properties of a ceramic coating! This will provide your vehicle with the best possible protection for your vehicle, while also providing you with the simplest maintenance routine as well.