Thinking of upgrading old car wash equipment but worried about the cost of purchasing a new system?
Though the cost of purchasing new equipment can be daunting, keeping old car wash equipment may end up costing thousands due to operating costs. Here’s how.
Many drought-stricken areas have implemented strict water conservation rules in an attempt to save water.
If your system is aging, you could be drowning in problems. Inefficient systems can waste gallons of water per vehicle, putting a strain on water consumption and forcing many car washes to work on reduced hours or close to meet the area guidelines on usage.
Old vs. New: What’s the difference?
Today’s technology moves at a faster pace than ever before. When we know better, we do better and not only is new technology sleek and innovative, it’s more streamlined and efficient. Some of the technology in use to make wash equipment cost effective and efficient include:
- High-pressure nozzles that work quickly and use less water
- Computer-controlled systems that efficiently control the amount of water your car wash uses per vehicle
- Reclaimed and recycled water systems that save water and dollars
Updating your equipment saves money
New technology has built-in efficiency and conservation practices that old equipment can’t complete with.
Old systems are water leaches, sucking water reserves and causing costly repairs due to tired and outdated mechanics. They spill and waste gallons of water and crank up water bills. Though new equipment is an investment upfront, it will payoff over time with reduced bills and lower maintenance costs.
Ready, set, upgrade!
Are you ready to upgrade? Ryko Solutions can help. Over the years, we’ve installed and upgraded car wash equipment for hundreds of clients. We’ll help find the right solution to make your business profitable. Get started today.