SHERIDAN, Colo. — Metro Express Car Wash is busy constructing its first location in the state, according to a press release.
The three-acre site will house a 34,000-square-foot building, noted the release, aiming to be the largest express wash in the country. It will be able to wash up to 5,000 vehicles every day.
The site will feature two 200-foot-long express tunnels, 34 free vacuums and seven free mat cleaning machines, stated the release. It will recycle about 60 percent of the water used, and 13,000 square feet of solar panels on the roof will power its equipment.
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Wash prices will range between $8 and $16, shared the release. It will employ between 14 and 16 workers who will receive 401K benefits and paid vacation time.
The facility is scheduled to open in the fall of 2015, said the release.
Metro Express was founded in 2004, reported the release. It was voted one of the top 50 carwashes in the country by Modern Car Care magazine.