Inside?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by rick trinder, Jul 1, 2013.

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  1. rick trinder

    rick trinder Member
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    do i charge the same for inside as i do for out?
     
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  2. steve32

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    I don't because I'm already at the property and don't have set up, and travel time etc. I just make sure I have told them to leave all inside sills clear. Otherwise it's a pain working round it all without breaking anything
     
  3. Carlwindy

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    I charge double, more if they smoke indoors!
     
  4. Belfastcleaning

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    How much would you charge then?..

    I ask for at least 1.5x.. Always takes longer
     
  5. steve32

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    Couple of quid cheaper than double, because i am already there. But it come's under what i am trying to achieve at to the moment, im trying to compact things. I haven't been going that long but do ok, but waste money/time driving, packing up, setting up etc. When i 1st set up i took all the work available but as you will no a lot of time is wasted when your not cleaning windows. So for example if a neighbour asked for a quote or 2/3 doors down they would get a better price than say someone 2miles away. My aim at the moment is compacting things, i will still take on scattered work for now, but hopefully be in a position to drop it later. All that said i think it all comes down to what you charge in the 1st place. If you are one of these that charges a fiver for a 3 bed house, then i doubt you would charge just £8 in/out. But if you are charging £10 then £18 in and out ain't to bad in my book especially when you are whizzing round the outside with the wfp. I won't price myself out of anything compact.
     
  6. Gmeister

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    I charge the same as outside...
     
  7. Gmeister

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    Oh n most dont move stuff i do that all part of tbe service..
     
  8. OoO

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    1.5 times the outside price.

    Clear sills!!!!!!!!!!!! If I have to clear sills I won't do the job.
     
  9. mark m

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    I charge the same if they clear the sills
     
  10. nwcs

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    Lads your missing the trick.

    I always charge the same as outside unless theres extra glass to clean.

    I do lots inside and its great on them cold winters morning.

    Plus a cuper......lol
     
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