Grow Your Car Wash with Washworx

Washworx Systems, Inc. started as Wash Worx, Inc., which was in business from 2003 through 2015.  In 2015 the name was changed in an effort to convey that we sell, install and service complete wash systems.  The name changed but the owners, standards, quality and service remained the same.  Our service continued without interruption to our customers.

Washworx Systems, Inc., not only provides the very best in car wash equipment, we also provide all of the supporting ancillary equipment such as Reverse Osmosis Water Systems, Reclaim Water Systems, compressors, chemical delivery systems, Point of Sale systems and complete vacuum systems including canopies.  We are distributors for some of the leaders in the wash industry for all of these products.

If your need is for chemicals, we supply a full line of cleaning products for all of your cleaning needs.

If your need is just for parts, we can order them for you and have them delivered directly from the manufacturer to your facility.

Wayne Sapp, the owner of Washworx, is a Florida State Licensed Electrical Contractor and a licensed Transport Assembly Contractor.  Because of Wayne’s license, Washworx can provide electrical as needed as well as erect and install all car wash equipment and ancillary products.  He has been in the car wash business since 1983 and has installed Tunnel, Bus and Truck, Friction and Touchless Automatic vehicle wash equipment from Florida to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington State, Georgia, Arkansas, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.  His motto is, “If it washes a vehicle, we can install it.”

At Washworx, we pride ourselves on our service.  We have twelve trucks on the road in Florida and three on the road in Texas.  We realize if your car wash is not working, you are not making money.  Our service technicians keep a supply of parts on their trucks and are instructed to never leave a machine down.  On those occasions when we do not have a part on our trucks and a part needs to be ordered, your service technician will attempt to make a temporary repair in order to keep your machine operational until that part arrives.






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