Concept2O Wfp Systems

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by UltraShine, Aug 26, 2013.

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  1. UltraShine

    UltraShine Newcomer
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    Hi all,
    I'm currently looking for another 600 litter full van system
    Heard a few people mention the concept2o system and a few others. Any one have any experience or know any know using this, your comments would be appreciated or if you can recommend me another company
    Thanks!!
     
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  2. Andy Leett

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    Richard Everingham, Jet Systems 07454746956
     
  3. rcproperty

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    like andy said Richard everingham

    or build your own. I am just in the process of building one for someone that has asked me for on and hes getting a 400lt system for less than £900 fitted
     
  4. mark m

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    save yourself a fortune and build you own it is very easy and does not need a great deal of diy knowledge most of how to do it can be found on You tube
     
  5. Smurf

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  6. Belfastcleaning

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    Daqua and pure freedom have some great diy kits for very good prices..
     
  7. doug atkinson

    doug atkinson Well-Known Member
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    They are a great company to deal with and customer service spot on which is a must. For domestic use then diy is fine.

    For commercial contracts (the big ones) etc.. a professional system is a must. Crash tested even better.
     
  8. rcproperty

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    why would you say a professional system is a must they all do the same job, water in tank, pump that you turn on, hose and pole!

    sorry but a properly done diy system is just as good as a £5,000+ system. they all produce pure water!


    the system doesn't make it a good job its the water quality and the operator that dose the work and makes it a good job.

    you don't need to spend thousands of ponds on a system just to get work!
    I was one of 5 companies that was asked to quote for a estimated £50,000 contract and I have a diy system.


    because you have spent £10,000+ on system and kit doesn't make you a better window cleaner than someone that has only spent £1000+
     
  9. doug atkinson

    doug atkinson Well-Known Member
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    We have UK wide national companies that come to our unit and not once have I seen a diy system in the back of their vans. Yes you are right same water etc..

    On large contracts ( Council's etc.. ) I have known them to inspect their vans for safety etc.. as part of the tender.

    If you looking at the scoring system on tenders, safety is one one the scores. Not only on site but the safety of your workers.

    So a crash tested system will help you against your competition earn that extra point.

    Also image is a huge factor.

    It is all dependant on what market someone is going for.
     
  10. Smurf

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    Did it feel good to get that off your chest? :Image13:

    I'm thinking buying an expensive bit of kit y[SIZE=10.5pt]ou would defo need to win more contracts just because it looked good to pay off a big debt. :Image16:[/SIZE]


     
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