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  1. Dannyjacko

    Dannyjacko Newcomer
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    Any one tell me what kind of prices I should be looking at for town houses semis and bungalows around Darlington area using wfp please
     
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  2. Richard

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    [SIZE=medium]The great thing about working for yourself is, within reason you can earn what you want. Have a think about what it cost you to run your business, work out your money earning hours and set your hourly rate - then target your customer base accordingly.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=medium]Good luck, Richard [/SIZE]
     
  3. Masons

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    £1,000.00 ... ... I kid


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  4. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Only you can set a price that you think you're worth, I work at around £40-50/hour but I'm lucky enough to have a good round where I have a lot of customers grouped together instead of driving between every customer, last week I moved my van twice in one day, used 400lt of water and made £350 in a day.
     
  5. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    First of all, don't believe half of the rubbish on forums people claim to be earning..

    The reason I'm self employed is so I can be flexible and earn a "decent" wage for the hours I actually work..
     
  6. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Why not? I've got a couple of £70 jobs that take 30 mins to do and a factory that is £100 for less than an hour.
     
  7. Shinytime

    Shinytime Active Member
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    thats a bit pricy, your customers must be mugs!
     
  8. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    I'd happily undercut someone if I knew they were charging stupid money like that
     
  9. Duncs

    Duncs Grand Master
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    eclipse have you got that kind of work every day !! not many cleaners making that money any day
     
  10. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    No only 2 or 3 days a month like that usually average around the £200-250 mark going at a reasonable pace. That said I only do 2-3 days a week though.
     
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