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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by OutlaneWC, Sep 25, 2016.
As the title says...what's the best way to go about it?
You may get the odd few who are pedantic about their windows who will prefer it. However, for those who are used to six weekly cleans, I reckon won't be to pleased to be coughing up more dough per year if they don't think it necessary.
This is only my opinion obviously, but I used to do 4 weekly cleans and found quite a few used to ask to go to 8 weeks as they thought 4 weeks was to soon. But as my business grew and i got to 6 weekly, hardly any customers asked to go 12 weekly (I do a few who ask for every other time cleans).
Why do you want to change to 4 weekly?
All my other work is 4 weekly and I don't have enough work to change it all to 6 weekly
Your more likely to have success moving to 8 weekly
The position you are in is difficult as you can't win. Go all 6 weekly you have a lower income. Put them to 8 weekly and you lower income. If you try to put them to 4 you might lose some and some might want it to be cheaper if it's 4 weekly
It might be best to ask everyone first then you get an idea if you can do it.
But at the end of the day you need to make a decision and stick to it. It's no good having 4 and 6 weekly when you get busy.
How about going monthly or 5 weekly? Maybe they won't mind as much?
Mines all 4/8 weekly I do have a couple that are 6 weekly but they are on my doorstep so it's no big deal to do them on my way out or home
The guy who I got them off started them at 4 weekly as he got busier changed to 5 weekly then 6...I've cleaned them once and I've asked a few people already and they all was fine except 1..but there still a lot more to ask, and some have even said to me are u going to be more regular than the other guy who was juggling them around his commercial work so ended up doing them at all different frequencies
me personally think six weekly is perfect four week is to quick customers get sick at looking at you never mind giving you cash
pedantic like it stevie