CAR DETAILING MISSISSAUGA
What is car detailing and how mobile car detailing is performed in Mississauga.
Car Detailing, Simply put, getting your car detailed means a top-to-bottom thorough cleaning of your vehicle using specialized tools and products. Normally, a detailer will also perform some light cosmetic touch-ups, but the process does not include paintwork or body repairs.
The process of car detailing by AAA Auto Spa involves cleaning full interior including, dashboard, console, floors shampoo and vacuuming the floor, cleaning cup holders and air vent steam cleaning. We use the best cleaning products to make sure the end result is perfect every time.
Mobile Car Detailing in Mississauga and How it's done?
Mobile car detailing in Mississauga is a very straight forward process. You just need to make a phone call to AAA Auto Spa at (647)848-3223 and our friendly staff explain the whole process and take you through the detailing steps.
We send you a mobile detailing van which is fully equipped with steam machine, vacuum and pressure washer to wash exterior of your car and also a generator to be 100% mobile car wash, the team of our professional detailer come to your location (Home or Office) and start cleaning and vacuuming your car while you take care of your important stuff. You don’t have to drive anywhere and spend on gas and waste time on traffic to get your car washed and feel like new again, we come to you.
Always remember that not all of the car detailing companies in Mississauga use steam technology like we do at AAA Auto Spa, We use the top quality steam machine (OPTIMA STEAM MACHINE) which is owned by just a few company in Canada and we use this machine to make sure the detailing job is done up to our standard and the vehicle looks like a new car again after the job is done.
What does it cost to detail a car in Mississauga?
Mississauga car detailing and Why is it important to detail your car?
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Mississauga can trace its roots back to before European settlement – over 200 years ago. In the early 1600s, French traders encountered Native peoples around the North Shore of Lake Huron called the Mississaugas. The Mississaugas were an Ojibwa band, and by the early 1700s had migrated south and settled in the area around the Etobicoke Creek, Credit River and Burlington Bay. “Mississauga” translates as meaning “River of the North of Many Mouths”.
The First Purchase
On August 2nd, 1805, near the mouth of the Credit River, representatives for the British Crown and the Native Mississaugas signed a treaty – Treaty 13A – which saw the surrender of a vast tract of land to the British Crown. Referred to as the “Mississauga Purchase” or the “First Purchase”, the Crown acquired over 74,000 acres of land excluding a 1 mile strip on each side of the Credit River from the waterfront to the base line (modern Eglinton Avenue), and this became known as the Credit Indian Reserve. This tract of land was surveyed in 1806, named Toronto Township, and opened for settlement. It is known as the “Old Survey”.
The Second Purchase & Other Treaties
Additional treaties were signed between the Mississaugas and the British Crown, which allowed the Crown to acquire title to more land. On October 28th, 1818, Treaty 19 – known as the “Second Purchase” – was signed, which surrendered over 600,000 acres of land – which included most of today’s Region of Peel. This vast area was surveyed and opened for settlement in 1819. Known as the “New Survey”, this area was divided into the townships of Toronto, Chinguacousy, Caledon, Albion and Toronto Gore. Two other treaties were also reached with the Mississaugas; on February 28th, 1820, treaties 22 and 23 were signed, which saw the surrender of much of the Credit Indian Reserve lands set aside in 1805. Collectively they are referred to as the “Credit Treaties”. The Mississaugas relocated out of this area in 1847 and settled on the New Credit Reserve near Brantford.
Gradually settlers began to take up lots in throughout the old and new surveys, and over time small settlements became established. The settlements developed into the villages of Clarkson, Cooksville, Dixie, Erindale, Malton, Meadowvale Village, Port Credit and Streetsville. Over time, other communities blossomed, such as Lakeview and Lorne Park, while others disappeared entirely – the “lost villages”. These “lost” hamlets and villages include Barberton, Britannia, Burnhamthorpe, Derry West, Elmbank, Frogmore, Hanlan, Harris’ Corners, Hawkins’ Corners, Lisgar, McCurdy’s Corners, Mount Charles, Nunan’s Corners (Catholic Swamp), Palestine, Pucky’s Huddle, Richview, Sheridan, Snider’s Corners, Summerville and Whaley’s Corners.
Faith in Our Future
The Town of Mississauga was created in 1968, and the City of Mississauga was incorporated in 1974 through the amalgamation of the Town of Mississauga and the villages of Port Credit and Streetsville, and portions of the townships of Toronto Gore and Trafalgar. Mississauga has grown to be Canada’s sixth largest city.