Hourly rate?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by bins2010, Sep 20, 2016.

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  1. bins2010

    bins2010 Newcomer
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    I have a job where I will charge by the hour (not ideal)! I don't normally charge like this so not sure what to charge. I'm in Hampshire. What would other people charge?


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  2. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    charge what u r happy with
     
  3. Cghwindowcleaning

    Cghwindowcleaning Well-Known Member
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    What ever your hourly rate is?
    Every ones rate can be different it would also depend on what work it was.
    For example I would want a lot more per hour to pole a 60ft office than to trad a bungalow.
     
  4. KiwiNeil

    KiwiNeil Newcomer
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    I have just had to quote a job this way. For what it is worth I took the rate I want in my hand after expenses and added 31% to cover vehicle insurance etc etc. Usually I would add more but I wanted the job. Just my way of doing it
     
  5. David K

    David K Forum Addict
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    Up to you ! In my area the prices vary so much its unbelievable . Im guessing im in the higher end but not the most expensive .
     
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