1 man or 2 man set up?

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  1. LIXRHI

    LIXRHI Newcomer
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    Hi guys bit of advice needed please. I'm making the jump to wfp soon and was wondering weather to have a 1 or 2 man set up. I'm getting a 350ltr tank fitted as I've only got a VW Caddy so I'm just going to do the upstairs with wfp as I know this won't be enough water to do all Windows. We work in a 2 most days. I'm I best just to get a 1 man set up and have 1 man on the ups and 1 on the downs or should I get 2 poles and try and work like with 2 on the ups in the same street and then both do downs after then move on? Thanks in advance
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Your going to 'only do tops' for a couple of days. When you see how quick and easy you will do the lot is my bet.

    If you have enough work and are naking a serious investment in your business then perhaps an upgrade to a larger van as a 350L tank wont last long at all with a two man setup.
     
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    LIXRHI Newcomer
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    Thanks for the advice. A bigger van is not an option at the minute so it's tops only until I upgrade.
     
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