Interview with Daniel Smith, Pristine Mobile Detailing and Pressure Washing
Q. How long have you been in business?
A. I established Pristine Mobile Detailing and Pressure Washing about two months ago, when I decided to further my career and become an LLC.
Q. Where are you located?
A. I provide mobile services throughout the Capital District, with a focus in the Guilderland community, where I spent my youth and graduated from Guilderland High School.
Q. What is your phone number and website address?
A. You can contact me anytime on my cell phone, at 518-961-5156. You can also reach me on my business Facebook page at “Pristine Mobile Detailing and Pressure Washing”. Here you can view a variety of my work, as well as a more detailed description of the services that I provide.
Q. What hours are you open?
A. I am available 8am until 10pm, seven days a week!
Q. How and why did you get into the business?
A. I became interested in the business of vehicle reconditioning and pressure washing because of my father. He established his own company many years ago and it was exciting to see him become a success doing what he loves. Working with him for the past ten years has allowed me to learn from who I consider to be one of the best in the business. I take great pride in the work I perform.
Q. What do you love most about the business?
A. I love satisfying my customers and seeing their reactions to my work. It is very rewarding for me. Check out our FaceBook page to see before and after pictures of our work.
Q. What do you want the community to know about you?
A. Most importantly, I care about my customers. I want each and every customer to be 100% satisfied with the work I perform for them. Each job, no matter how small or large, is equally important to me. I pay attention to the detail and I believe my work speaks for itself. Just check out the reviews on my Facebook website!
In addition, I care about the community at large. In 2015, we tragically lost my sister, Summer Smith to the disease of addiction. Summer also grew up in Guilderland and graduated from GHS. In her honor, my family has established the Summer Smith 5K Addiction Awareness Memorial Run that is held at GHS each May. Our goal is to stop the stigma surrounding addiction and raise funds to help prevent and educate the local community regarding this disease.