Denver >Automotive Sales & Services > Fire House Car Wash
603 Santa FE Dr, Denver, CO | Directions 8020439.726008 -104.999060
Neighborhoods: Southwest Denver, Lincoln Park
Terrible service, car was still dirty inside and the outside was smeared looking, the wheels were still dirty, the waiting room was cold and a loud blaring TV was going,the waiting room was also dirty and we were terribly dissatisfied. This once was a wonderful place for your car to be washed, but now under this management..NO WAY will I do it again, and it was expensive.
Best carwash – Just received a detail. Awsome. Usually I go to waterworks but never again. The manager Ed made sure the car was done right and he did. The place is very professional and the service was perfect. I strongly recommand firehouse carwash to everyone
Very, very petty theft – I was told that my full wash, inside and out, would take about one hour, so I waited in their non-air conditioned waiting room. Two and a half hours later, I was so grateful to finally have my car back that I did only a quick once-over before jumping in and driving home. On close inspection at home, it was a fine wash job, with some obvious laziness: the ashtray was still sticky and full of gum wrappers, as it was when I left it, and the cup holder was still covered with dried-on soda, because neither ashtray nor cup holder had been opened?forgivable, an all-around mediocre job (for 2 ? hours and $87). Here?s what really bothered me, though: What had been opened, emptied, and scrubbed perfectly clean was my coin tray. Like many drivers, I keep quarters for tolls and parking meters, pennies left over from drive-through change, and so on adding up in my car. Well, it?s not that I counted every penny and found one missing?every penny, nickel, and dime was gone. They?d made no attempt to be subtle. They?d quite literally cleaned me out. Of course, the grand total of the stolen change probably came to less than $3, not worth the gas to drive back and complain about it, but I think that?s what bothers me most. What is this cleaner?s job worth to him? What is Fire House Car Wash?s reputation worth? What is customer confidence worth? The answer to all of these questions is, ?Less than $3.? If you need to trust someone with anything of real value, anything that actually matters, look somewhere else. These people will screw you over for $2.67 in change.
Did good work, but blew my stereo – I had an interior detail done at this location a couple years ago. The job that they did was fantastic, but my stereo did not work after the car was done. I drove back and got the information on where to take it to have repaired. I went to their repair facility where they told me that the stereo was ruined. Then the Manager at the car wash, Ralph, said that they would not pay for ANY of the repair or replacement. He was very rude and accused me of lying about it to get a new stereo. (I did not want a new stereo as my car was brand new!)
I filed a complaint with the BBB to have the issue resolved, but they never responded to it. Very poor customer service, very sad!
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