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  1. I bought part of a well-established round - 5+ years - from a friend and then grew my customer base over the course of the last 15-16 months or so. Between April 2018 to March 2019 inclusive, the average revenue has been £1,775 per calendar month. For me, that is about three days’ work per week on average, giving me time to pursue other interests. The average job price is £13 with 82% of customers on a six week cycle. 52% pay by cash, 22% by bank transfer, 19% by GoCardless, the remainder by PayPal (with one solitary customer paying by cheque). All the work is organised using Google Sheets. So, to support the sale I have prepared a spreadsheet and a couple of google maps showing the revenue by postcode for April 2018 to March 2019 and my current customers by postcode. The spreadsheet also lists the customers added in the last year. Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16Vqkd0FjX7MaMb0B0jXrjFfc8aSDv-kZ8czqplvH5OM/edit?usp=sharing Revenue By Postcode 2018-04 to 2019-03 (Created 2019-04-20): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rP5dFqQ3x_sfIL19juaHBvvJ5ykiJLAn&usp=sharing Current Customers By Postcode (Created 2019-04-20) https://drive.google.com/open?id=144Oe2ibIP822neOATPi7YhmyBf5IAjy0&usp=sharing I’m selling the round due to a relocation to London. I’m asking 4x revenue, or £7,100.
  2. ClearReflectionAlex

    A bit of hose reel advice

    Hi guys. New here. I have a WFP system with Gardiner pole. Tank, pump, resin in the van etc. My question is what hose you guys run on your reels? My pole is light but my hose is heavy, i want the lightest hose I can get but is still durable eg dragging around and getting run over by cars when its across the street. Seen some 6mm code red microbore? Yey or nay? Also will having a thinner hose affect pressure? Im guessing not. Thanks
  3. Craigmac

    IBC tank advice

    Been offered a 1000 litre IBC tank that was used to store that vaping juice for £25.00 tank is immaculate. Tank will be used as storage and not put into my van. question being how would i clean it out? would it just be the case of filling and flushing with water, or would i need an additive (possibly counter productive).
  4. Hi guys, I'm looking for a bit of advice on a leak I've found in my van system. I bought the van and system second hand (all already installed by pure freedom when I purchased the van). I started up around 6 weeks ago, prior to starting out I took a trip over to Pure freedom to be shown my way around the system, whilst there pre filters, ro membrane and resin was all changed. Each time after filling recently I have noticed a build up of water in the van so tonight i took some time to source the leak. It appears to be coming from the pre filters at the top. I did also notice just over a week ago that one of the pre filters was hissing from button which sits at the top (not sure if this is linked to the leak, i pressed the button until all air was out and the hissing stopped) this happened towards the back end of the cold weather we have had. Can anyone give advice on what this could be, apologies if its a common question but I couldnt find a similar topic on the forum. Hoping its a cheap fix 🙈 Thanks in advance guys Jon
  5. Hi ive decided on buy a slx from gardiner at min my work is all traditional but moving over , not sure on size would i be better getting the 25 and taking a section or 2 out mainly just 2 story work but have some windows over conservatories what i dont do at min , also ive been recomended to get the quick loq gooseneck , but what about the brush , jets and other conector and hose , whats best to get as i say a complete noob , ive read about the univalve for saving water , and ive been told a 450gpd r/o system with a di water reading around 288 , and a trolley from pure freedom the nano was recommended . Going to get a 1000ltr container to store the water in garage then some drums for the van . Is there anything else i need and any other suggestions , cheers
  6. I decided to make a shorter one off video as the other thread I did with three separate videos was a bit jumbled so hopefully this one makes a bit more sense.
  7. Your Real Name: Allan The Location You're In: Surrey How Long You Have Been Cleaning: 5 months Brief intro about yourself: Started window cleaning with a friend but we went our separate ways a few months back and I have been enjoying the hot weather and slowly building my round. Hope to contribute to this forum and I have had a look around and some great topics. I hope to double my round in the next six months it's a struggle at times but nothing comes easy. I started with WFP but I have found myself going back to traditional cleaning but the WFP is great at getting the grime off on a first clean. It's just my preference. I also do cleaning offices etc. All my best Allan
  8. Gardiner SLX30 with 6mm hose, section 2 replaced last year. Tucker Brush. 2 x no name brushes Wyredale 350L tank and frame, only ever had pure in it. Metal reel with about 90m of 8mm hose, a few repairs made to it as it leaks a bit. Unger Ninja bucket on a belt with 10" squeegee and mop. 2 x 11L Unger buckets. Surflo pump Cleaning warehouse analog controller. 100ah leisure battery. Everything you need to get going. Offers, will split.
  9. So I'm now running almost 100% WFP for my upstairs work - bar flat roofs etc but that means I'm now using about 6L of resin a week with my Unger HiFlo DI filter (1 replacement bag a week - it's giving me about 450-500L of pure water per change) I've been browsing online but am a little confused by installing an RO filter at home - obviously will save me £110 a month on resin but I'm confused how it 'works' without a van?... How do you hook it up? Does it have to be plumbed into your main water? I'm only renting so I don't want to start building it up under the sink. What I would ideally like (if it's even possible) is to be able to just run an EZ snap or hozelock from my kitchen tap into the RO filter then back out the other end into the DI filter when I need to fill up my barrels and then unplug and put it back in the cupboard when I'm done. Guess the burning question is, can I do this?? Or am I stuck just smashing through the Unger bags until I can build up a water butt and plumb it into the mains water?
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