Pricing outdoor furniture cleaning

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by Henry Walters, Dec 29, 2016.

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  1. Henry Walters

    Henry Walters Newcomer
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    How do you price it?
    Do you just estimate how long it will take or do you have a price guide?

    Don't often get them but just wanted to know how some of you do it.

    For example how much would you charge for a garden table and 6 chairs to be pressure washed clean.
     
  2. sllab

    sllab Active Member
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    I try to avoid it as much as possible. It is fiddly to do properly and to do it properly I would need to charge a price that most people wouldn't like.

    Depending on what the table and chairs are made of I would personally wet with low pressure then use some hypo on them, leave it to sit for 2 mins then rinse off with low pressure.
     
  3. Chris33

    Chris33 Guru
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    Can't you take your usual window hourly rate as a guide and add say 10 to 20 %. That way it's worth it as an add on and if you have an idea of the time it'll take,your good to go.
     
  4. Henry Walters

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    Thanks guys. Yeah was thinking just estimate time it took, think i will just do it if asked rather than advertise it.
     
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