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Gutter vac commercial sheltered accommodation


Iain kinnell

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Hi was seeking some advice I have done residential gutter vacuuming but have now been asked to quote to do a care home which is a total of 22 flats/studios?

How would you go about pricing it? It's normal house height?

Thanks Iain

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Never mind JD

 

 

Anyhow myself before I contemplate giving a quote I gain as much information as possible by asking direct questions using my sales charm as you do. :D

 

1. Confirm who has requested the work to be carried out e.g the care home owner or a third party contractor etc as I like to know who/what I'm dealing with.

 

2. When & how much did they pay last time including name of company etc and/or are expecting to pay this time (allocated budget)

 

3. When do they want the works completed by.

 

Asking these simple direct questions weeds out the time wasters:whistle:

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