Mobile Truck Wash Coverage for Ontario & Quebec
In business since 2000, and with the best reputation in Canada, we respond quickly and efficiently to our clients’ washing needs, thanks to our experienced technicians and our state-of-the-art equipment’s.
Get the best prices and unparalleled service, thanks to our business volume and our professionalism.
For advice from one of our master technicians or a demonstration of our expertise, call us today!
The only ones in Canada to clean vehicles and aircraft in temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius without any ice build-up.
The only ones in Canada with BlastMaster cabin decontamination technology: complete elimination of any bacteria or viruses inside the vehicle, including the ventilation system, and complete elimination of odours.
MOBILE CREWS AVAILABLE 24/7/365 FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:
Cabin Cleaning and Disinfection
Anti-Rain Treatment (Teflon)
Acid Wash and Polishing
Decontamination of Infectious Diseases & Cleaning of Biomedical Waste
Our regular clients also benefit from our indoor truck wash bay available year-round. This wash bay is exclusively reserved for their cleaning jobs requiring detailed attention or for specialized work that is difficult to do outside or on the client’s premises.
We also offer maintenance services for vehicle components, such as checking and adjustment of tire pressure, and checking and top-up of fluid levels (windshield washer fluid, antifreeze, oil).
We have our own fuel pumps (diesel and unleaded gasoline), and these are also available to our clients at the same price we pay.
These services can be performed at the same time as our washing services or separately, depending on your needs. Call us at (855) 700-1750 and dial 1 for more details.
WE WORK GREEN ! LEADER IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
We prioritize the use of biodegradable, non-toxic, non-flammable products that do not contain any chlorinated solvents and are therefore safe for the environment and surfaces.
At our client’s request, we recover the wastewater from the washing process and can recycle or dispose of it in accordance with current municipal, provincial, and federal laws and regulations.