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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by David Taylor, Apr 7, 2013.
how much for this? it is covered in traffic film from near by motorway.
Charge per hour.
How long do you think it would take you and what method of access would you be using?
If wanting to use a telescopic wand if you had one long enough would be a ball breaking job to do that whole building.
I know people jetwash these type of buildings but Is it not more cost effective to scrub with a wfp?
I`ve done it once, it`s a repeat booking job, just wanted to know what you`d charge as some ppl on here think i was expensive.
Also Smurf this is the extra car park curbs and areas i`ve got to do now.
wfp doesn`t touch the motorway film on this.
Ive done a similar job at Inverness Airport 2 years ago,took us a whole week
I would use a driveable cherry picker, 2 men on Job and charge accordingly
1 WEEK Cherry picker hire was as I recall £350
Labour I charged £1400, fuel was £100
£1850 all in or thereabouts off the top off my head
Wish I could get more lol
yeah we were on about the same wave length there Donny for the first clean, because it`s regular (every year) it`s easier so i`ll be cheaper this time.
you've told me b4 Donny , when cleaning roofs etc do you turn your pressure down or use a higher spray nozzle as with this warehouse job, would you just turbo not going too close to sheeting, taylormade
i done a small industrial unit recently for a customer whos house i clean , its was way smaller than your pics , only a days work involved so i charged 275,height wise it was very similar to your pics , first i sprayed a strong tfr called g101 and then scrubbed with a wfp and i used the teloscopic lance to rinse off, i done it in sections because if the g101 dries in it can stain and take ages to scrub off ,the customer was very happy with the end results as he had it done previously and wasnt happy as your man only used pure with wfp .i dont know what you charged last year but id quote roughly 30% less than the first clean