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i have been getting quite a few gutter jobs where theres nothing much in them. nontheless whether its an eggcup full or a bucket full i charge the same. and i can tell them confidently that NOW they are clean.

 

in the past i would "have a quick look" for free but thats the fools way cos no money would come my way if was as good as empty

 

i dont do it that way now. clear em out is the only option

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norm
Went in homes and mortgages to drop off a deposit for my niece with me belt etc on

Manager said "ooh a window cleaner..we need on for all our properties as and when they need cleaning (new tennants etc) the only guy we know is the guy who does the shop and he not interested in residential work"

Took my number and details and also she needs her house doing..lives in a village quite close and said she would ask her mates there who have big houses to make it wor5h my while travelling

happy days :thumbsup:

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We'll see..depends how much they phone me:rolleyes:

yeah talk is cheap but you never know if ya dont hear anything might be worth contacting her

dont think we windys would be high on bank managers radar

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Smurf

My service costs include checking & clearing gutters, downspouts and water test when required to make sure they are free flowing. Sometimes I may find hardly anything in a gutter run but I also make sure I check the downspouts as many a time the bends are blocked. Also I have found quite a few that have been blocked from the bottom of the downpipes too. When gutter runs are shared with downspouts on another property after the customers guttering has been checked & cleared I advise the customer if next door needs doing aswell or not as may not solve their problem why their gutters keep overflowing.

 

 

 

i have been getting quite a few gutter jobs where theres nothing much in them. nontheless whether its an eggcup full or a bucket full i charge the same. and i can tell them confidently that NOW they are clean.

 

in the past i would "have a quick look" for free but thats the fools way cos no money would come my way if was as good as empty

 

i dont do it that way now. clear em out is the only option

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Dave B

Got this message on facebook page this morning

Gonna do a cnc and do a runner I think

 

Hi, I wondered how much you charge for a one off window clean? I'm based off Fairview Road nr the Old Town? Looking to have 5 possibly 6 (very hard to reach!) windows cleaned. Kind regards Sarah

 

Need to sort wfp to do these jobs and charge well for them

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Smurf

It helps if you have the right kit for the job for sure.

 

Got this message on facebook page this morning

Gonna do a cnc and do a runner I think

 

Hi, I wondered how much you charge for a one off window clean? I'm based off Fairview Road nr the Old Town? Looking to have 5 possibly 6 (very hard to reach!) windows cleaned. Kind regards Sarah

 

Need to sort wfp to do these jobs and charge well for them

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Smurf

Most of my jobs start off as one-off exterior property cleans including gutter clearing but they end up having the exterior of their homes cleaned every year or two. Likewise with pressure washing as customers also like to have their drives and patios cleaned aswell

 

I will be popping out later to do such a job :)

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Dave B

My mate does the pressure washing as a sideline as is a council grass cutter then charges them to go round occasionally to spray against weeds coming back with the councils gear

Very lucrative for him

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