water usage

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by simon, Jan 9, 2016.

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  1. simon

    simon Guru
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    just spoken to a lad who reackons his 2 lads can use 2-300 ltrs a day between them, now i used to use 200 when i was on my own with a backpack, now me & my son do 600 a day easy what does anyone else go through
     
  2. Duncs

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    these short days two guys use 600l in the summer i could easily use 800l
     
  3. spruce

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    Forget what every body else say they use. Some use less water because they don't rinse properly. Their standards can be different to yours. If you are happy with the end result and more importantly, if your customers are happy with your standards, then nothing else matters.
    When both of us work together, 1 with back pack and me with a hose reel, we can use around 400 liters per day in the winter. On a commercial job we will use around 650 to 900 liters, depending on the circumstances as we would have both hose reels on the go. (We will go home for lunch and refill the van.)
     
  4. Deluxe Window Cleaning

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    Hi I work on my own and I use about 2 to 300 ltr of water. I clean about 45 houses a day.
     
  5. Alex87

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    Sh*t the bed. I use between 300 - 350 litre for around say 20 3 bed semi's. I am new at this so maybe over doing it on the rinsing.
     
  6. daveyboy

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    #6 daveyboy, Jan 9, 2016
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    200-300 litres for 45 houses in a day
    Sure there's no typo in that statement lol
     
  7. Aqua-pure Portadown

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    What type of houses are they ,i would ues 4to 500 ltrs in a day (25 houses )

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  8. Alex87

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    450 now. Must be raking it in
     
  9. daveyboy

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    Just changed it bud
    I had a typo also lol
     
  10. daveyboy

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    I use about 150-200 litres a day for 15-20 houses a day but i trad bottoms on certain jobs to conserve water as working from a car at the moment
    Average 3 bed semi maintenance clean would be around 2 houses per 25l barrel if i do it purely wfp
     
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