Meet Jimmy Tester, founder of Mammoth

Meet Jimmy Tester

Jimmy Tester is the founder of Mammoth Detail Salon.  He started small in 1997 with the conversion of a historical gas station into what would later become the best hand car wash around. Customers come from near and far for the the unbeatable service and quality of care they receive at Mammoth. Nearly a decade later, he expanded the business with a new location on Old Milton Parkway with a ground up project to further serve his expanding client base.

He is committed to serving his community and his client base and believes in providing the best service by combining technology, innovative products and a sincere desire to do right by his customers

Our Main Street Location

Both Alpharetta stores have been remodeled and are up and running! The remodels include upgrades of new luxurious waiting areas with new furniture, work space and faster free WiFi access, viewing areas to watch the team Hand Wash your car, and new high tech service items like Ceramic Coatings. Come visit us today!

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Efficient Service

Our fast, efficient service. We’ll get your vehicle cleaned and ready to go before you know it.


Comfortable Waiting Area

We offer free WiFi, HDTV and a comfortable, air-conditioned waiting area. Get work done on your laptop, browse the web on your tablet, or watch the leading edge in daytime TV programming. We have it all!


Convenient Locations

Two convenient locations in Alpharetta, one in Peachtree Corners, we’re just minutes away from all the major highways in the area. See our locations page.


Tender Loving Care

We’re car lovers, just like you. We’ll treat your baby with tender loving care, just like our own offspring.


Convenient Hours

We’re open most days until 6pm, so stop by and see us on the way home. Better yet, book an appointment for a beauty treatment during your lunch hour.


Commitment to Quality

Our mission is to rid the Atlanta area of dirty vehicles in the highest-quality fashion. Won’t you help?