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There are a few things to consider

 

1. access - all sides?

2. style - shape and style of the conservatory roof?

3. pitch - angle/pitch of the roof?

4. finials & crests - yes/no?

5. size?

6. condition?

7. outside tap - yes/no?

edit by @Tuffers 8. does the roof leak - yes/no :D

 

Some are a right pain to clean depending on the above so you need to price accordingly.

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Access is good, there is lead coming from the wall over the top of the plastic a few inches.

Just price it the same as glass then?

 

That looks clean apart from couple of bits of moss. Polycarb is a lot easier to clean than glass. I'd say you could charge £50/£60 for that as long as it's as clean as it looks. Not much run on it to drain off though, but it won't matter being polycarb.

 

Others will say more, but I think that's a fair price as long as you don't have to travel too much. Looks like it's in the highlands?

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Mid wales butty, not sure I could charge that much though? Step ladder and wfp, be done in 15 mins.......I thought a tenner for the roof.

 

Maybe I need to rethink pricing........

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Mid wales butty, not sure I could charge that much though? Step ladder and wfp, be done in 15 mins.......I thought a tenner for the roof.

 

Maybe I need to rethink pricing........

 

It would take more than 15 minutes to do that properly. I agree with step ladder and WFP though. A tenner is not enough for that mate. You have the tools to do the job, they possibly don't, so that's how you make your money :thumbsup:

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She wants me to do the insides too. She says they're dirtier than the outside, dripping with nicotine. Nice. It is their smoking room.

What's the best chemical for removing this?

Cheers!

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She wants me to do the insides too. She says they're dirtier than the outside, dripping with nicotine. Nice. It is their smoking room.

What's the best chemical for removing this?

Cheers!

 

Still want to do it for a tenner? :D Mop and blade off step ladders and be prepared to go home with ginger hair :laugh:

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now that would be the fastest runner ever...dont forget...insurance wont cover for insides..:D

 

in fact..clean the outsides...easy peasy...then take off the holding bar and flip the sheets and clean from the outside....actually..they are sided for uv so you cant do it ...im off...ahh gav...i need a runner smilie...

 

 

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Bollocks it's half a days work for sure. Not been in to have a look yet though.

I know they're heavy smokers.

Is there something good to spray on nicotine dripping windows, or just scrape it off like fat from a cold frying pan!

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