Maybe Still Go Out But Offer Snow Clearing To Some Older Customers?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by David Taylor, Jan 21, 2013.

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  1. David Taylor

    David Taylor Well-Known Member
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    Has any one ever done this?
     
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  2. GMcleaning

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    for the small amount you can charge for clearing someones path i wouldnt think it would be worth driving all over the place personally, you might get a couple take you up on it here and there but for me it wouldnt be worth the effort
     
  3. David Taylor

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    Just to stem the boredom more than any thing, its still snowing here any way......
     
  4. Belfastcleaning

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    I was going to ask did anyone offer any services like this over winter. I know a guy local to me offers snow clearance and salting etc..
     
  5. Iain

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    How would you clear the snow? Hopefully not with WFP?...lol
     
  6. David Taylor

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    No my bristles are to soft haha!
     
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    Get a shovel? How. Much wud u charge? I was planning on puttibg salt down for customers that wanteed it doing for free but im not working in this smow so hmm
     
  8. David Taylor

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    It`s not what i`d make (although i would charge a little), it`s more "he` a good bloke" and more window work may come from it.
     
  9. harunh

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    Ye tru
     
  10. Dodger

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    I've just done one of customers actually, is a couple of doors from my mum in laws and blokes not well (C). Didn't charge em but they gave my lad a fiver cos he helped.

    I can see it working though.
     
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