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  1. Roy

    Roy Active Member
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    How much do you charge for cleaning carpets. I have a mid-large office block two floors which want carpets cleaned. All rooms are basically empty, few rooms have tables in.

    What sort of price would you charge per metre for example..

    The rooms all have the carpet tiled flooring which you find in most offices.

    I am thinking of hiring something like this: http://www.hss.com/hire/p/carpet-cleaner-small for a couple of days to do it. or this one: http://www.hss.com/hire/p/professional-carpet-cleaner

    I clean the windows in/out monthly, but they asked to do carpet cleaning, something I wanted to try.. but I have to confess I have not done this before, so hopefully cant be to hard to pick up.. if I watch a few youtube videos o_O

    Any help would be great
     
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  2. Jimbo

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    #2 Jimbo, Sep 10, 2015
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  3. Jimbo

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    Roy. Never mind how much money you can make out of this 'buncer'. Your main concern needs to be your lack of experience......and how much it MIGHT cost you if it goes awry. The two machines you've picked are toys. Out of ignorance or just to save money on leasing, they are tripe.Then you've got to worry about the tile construction, the backing. What chemicals to use etc. Will your insurance cover this? Er.....you have got insurance haven't you? Absolutely no offence to you matey, but sometimes it's best to walk away. Farm the job out to a carpet cleaner and bung 25% on for yourself. Safer.
     
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