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  1. Williams Jet Wash

    Williams Jet Wash Williams jet wash Services
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    Hi all This may have been discussed before but how would you tackle this triple tennis court I am jumping the gun as I asked the local leisure center whilst at the gym about how he's planning on cleaning it for this summer he said a firm from Surrey come and do it for around 2k if he remembers but if I put a quote in he will send it on to higher Managment as he's likes to use local wherever possible. Firstly pricing I would say is £1750 enough to make them away from there normal company. And if I ever got the clean is that algon the chemical for the job paired up with flat surface cleaner ?
     
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    This was asked some time back. Look up youtube on it mate there are some vids. Tennis courts look a nightmare to me.
     
  3. sllab

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    I asked a few weeks ago and ended up doing 2x courts at 1300m2 total. Charged 1500 including a dose of Algon at the end once everything is dry.

    For me FSC + a waterbroom worked well. There was a load of **** that came off I had to push to the edge and off the courts.
     
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  6. Williams Jet Wash

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    Thanks do you run that algon through the washer ?
     
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    Also how long did that take you?
     
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    Took me 2.5 days total including the outside paving and steps. I was limited more by the water supply than anything else. They supplied a 900 Gal Bowser that they would fill in the morning and then at lunch time.

    Next time it will be a 2 day job for sure.

    I will be running the Algon through my soft-wash set up. I don't want to risk damaging my pump. The pump alone is almost £900 to replace by the time you add all the fittings etc.
     
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    Sprayed the courts with Algon on Wednesday. Took 45 mins from start to finish with the soft-wash machine. It really is paying for itself fast.
     
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