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Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by simon, Jun 3, 2016.
criticisms & comments & please guess how long it took me on monday,which was hot lol
Good job . How do you lads who offer pressure washing find the time between window cleaning? Fair play, but the storing of all the gear and all that mess puts me off.
im going to do it on weekends, i don't do much then anyway now my lads are older & i keep it all in a shed at my mums,
I agree a bit here
Infact I've lost little interest in pressure washing
Last year I was solid working sat and sun and late evenings
It was actually a welcome change from being on the glass
This year I'm actually turning away jobs lying and saying fully booked
It's messy and hard graft
Windows is simple
Much more stress
Another thing is a provided aftercare leaflets with every job and a year on getting calls saying weeds coming back
Looks like a dream job that, lovely big slabs with good pointing, with my set up I would hammer that in no time at all, in fact it would be embarrassing how quick that would be.
Just noticed that half clean pic, you used turbo on the lot? would of took all day then I reckon.
With the rotary it would be pretty much the same as mowing a lawn.
im doing a full kitchen clean Saturday
Will be removing hoods and steaming outside
More and more finding excuses not to do it
Honestly? time is a big struggle right now, working 6 day weeks (was 7 but **** that, makes me ill with my heart I can't work like that these days) seriously looking at how to split the business in two because its getting close to full time with both windows and pressure washing, people are having to wait 4 weeks for pressure washing jobs and getting 2-3 weeks behind on windows.
It might be messy but the money is a lot better than windows, I prefer to do a £200 driveway in 4hrs than clean windows on 15 houses.