Ok, so I'm looking to get a contract that'll be much bigger than any I have at the moment. It will most likely require at least 3.5 hours traditional non-ladder work each week, with 2 people on the job. Probably once a month there'll be 2 people spending an entire 10-12hours on inside harness work(harnessing oneself inside the building then leaning out to clean a window). I usually like to be on at a minimum 10pounds an hour. Even for business I keep some prices as low as that, as to be honest, in this economy beggars cannot be choosers. But this job will mean a regular work regardless of weather, which is a big bonus. What is the lowest you'd ask per hour, no wfp work, 100% traditional method, no ladder work, one day a month harnessing. If I add up the avg. hours per month I reckon it'll take which will be 50ish, then add 10 for lee-way, I get to 60 hours work. As I say I can be happy myself earning £10 ph, if I'm able to just get on with it and theres no tricky work, and I can subcontract lads that will work for £8-9 per hour happily who I know get the job done. How do you think I should work pricing out? If I price per hour (for slight profit and lee-way) at £12 then x60hours I get £720 a month, £8,640 a year, which sounds decent if I'm only paying £270(30hours x£9) a month for help. Would you price it up different? Tips. Also ask away for info regarding the job if it would help you decide the way you price. Thanks in advance.