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Sadly, the old adage is true.
Had I known that I was going to live this long, as the saying goes, I would have taken better care of myself.
I have been losing body parts for twenty years now.
Initially, I didn’t pay a lot of attention to these small losses; most seemed like minor inconveniences.
But I have found over the years, as my body gets inevitably older, that it is also much less forgiving.
Does that sound eerily like your carwash?
As age and wash counts increase at your site, do the problems which seemed to be but minor repairs a few years ago, now capture your attention (and get deeper into your pocketbook) more frequently?
If this is true, then you must seek out an experienced and reputable supplier.
On a personal note, I have benefitted immensely from working with dedicated, resourceful, well-trained and attentive health care professionals.
Your aging car wash merits very close attention, too.
You don’t want to disappoint your customers with a poorly maintained machine.
From the outset, know what are your most pressing service issues and problems.
Also, establish mutually agreed upon goals for equipment performance.
What are the three or four most important tasks your supplier must master?