Our mobile car detailing service is mobile - get it? We travel to the Paramus area and clean your vehicles spotlessly. Click to Call to schedule your appointment or fill out the form to the right.
Rt 4, Rt 17, Rt 208 - no problem we will come to Paramus to detail your vehicle.
Paramus is a suburb of New York City that is located 15 miles west of the Big apple. Take the GWB to Route 4 and you will be there in 20 minutes.
Paramus was incorporated as a borough in 1922, The name Paramus is from Native American origin, derived from words meaning "land of the turkey" or meaning "pleasant stream."
Paramus is one of the largest shopping destinations in the country, generating over $5 billion in annual retail sales more than any other ZIP code in the United States. The shopping district is concentrated on Rt 4 & Rt 17, with Garden State Plaza and Paramus Malls being the hubs of shopping activity. With all the cars and trucks coming from out of town to shop, be ready for heavy traffic at rush hour and weekends in December. If the weather is decent, we could detail your vehicle in the parking lot if you plan a 3-4 hour shopping excursion.
Farview Avenue, located at the highest peak in Paramus, has a clear view of the New York City skyline.
Paramus borders the Bergen County towns of Emerson, Fair Lawn, GlenRock, Hackensack, Maywood, Oradell, Ridgewood, River Edge, Rochelle Park, Saddle Brook and Washington Township. Other localities located partially or completely within Paramus include Arcola, Bergen Place and Spring Valley. We welcome the opportunity to come to any of these towns and neighborhoods to detail your passenger or commercial vehicles.
Prior to European settlement, the Paramus area was settled by the Lenape Indians. The Lenape word for the area, Peremessing, which meant that it had an abundant population of wild turkey, was converted to the term "Paramus". A large metal statue of a wild turkey in the Paramus Park mall commemorates this history.
During the Revolutionary War, Paramus was part of the military activity, as colonial troops were stationed in Ramapo. General George Washington was in Paramus several times during the War and he established his headquarters in Paramus in July 1778.
With the opening of the George Washington Bridge in 1931 and the widening of New Jersey Route 17 and New Jersey Route 4 (which intersect in southern Paramus), made the Paramus area accessible to millions of people, cars and trucks.
During the 1950s and 1960s, Paramus was redeveloped into two shopping corridors when its farmers and outside developers saw that shopping malls were more lucrative than produce farming. New York had a state sales tax, but New Jersey had none, so with the opening of Manhattan department stores in the Bergen Mall (1957), the Garden State Plaza (1957) and Alexander's (1961), Paramus became the destination to shop outside of New York City.
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