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Taxlossloz
At first glance it might seem a bit out of order. But a lot of people on here spend a lot of time helping, encouraging, and offering advice on this forum. Whereas all Steve has ever done is come on to advertise, and brag. Imagine a bloke walking into a pub and saying "I have got considerably more money then yaoo".... and then walking straight out. Thats what these threads are about and always have been. That makes it sound like jealousy but its really not. If Smurf, Davey, CnC, yourself and any other regulars came on and said they had just bagged a multi million pound contract people would be over the moon for them and you would get nothing but 'likes', because you contribute, and help others. Just like in life, you lay the ground you walk on.

 

Sorry for waffling, just wanted to throw it out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

hmmmm. Waffles, now they're nice with honey.:nod:

Fair enough- just seemed like everyone ganging up in him so I felt sorry for him- I don't know him

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Jake
Fair enough- just seemed like everyone ganging up in him so I felt sorry for him- I don't know him

 

He comes on here just to advertise and brag mate, that's why we don't really like him and his style. He never gives advice, and has been hypocritical on many occasions,

 

He won't be seen for a few weeks, then suddenly hell pop in and say something like 'just got 20,000 panels to clean' or 'training course success' but never helps anyone else, only comes on here to find people to do the work for him so his pockets are lined. Bless him.

 

He doesn't contribute to the forum at all...

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Taxlossloz

Ok well to lighten the mood here's pic if today's jobimage.jpg.2b976ae284170c67917df95511ff18ec.jpg

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Jake
Ok well to lighten the mood here's pic if today's job[ATTACH=full]6987[/ATTACH]

 

Nice gaff! Enjoy the clean :thumbsup:

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Taxlossloz
Nice gaff! Enjoy the clean :thumbsup:

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It's an old hospital conversion

Where's that bloke with microfibre and spray ....

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Taxlossloz
That's a wfp job surely!

Yeah it's coming up a treat

Done a lot of scraping and solvent off ladder for weeks so WFP is a joy today

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Jjamie
image.jpg.71bd65325c12deb36e9327490361691d.jpg Is this Steve pricing up ... And bought his mates to brag about it ??? Sorry Steve couldn't help my self

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Smurf

That must be the planning department taking angry local residents around to tell them how green they are surely.:rolleyes:

 

Or maybe pest control to find out why the rats keep chewing through the cables as they do :D

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cheapncheerful

im just glad I dont have to clean any...bore me to death...I loves to move around on different jobs and challenges...

 

I was thinking of this post today and thought maybe I could do a day but...can you imagine turning up to do the same all over again..yawn...Id do a runner for sure.

 

not so feckin keen on lawnmower assembly either..:D

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Guest Solar Steve
CANT UNDERSTAND WHY YOU LOVE BRAGGING.

Read it again in a non-critical manner @boarcity and you may see it as an invitation to join something that is new, exciting and profitable.

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Guest Solar Steve
Onwards and upwards as they say...Well done @Solar Steve :thumbsup:

Thanks @Smurf I'm amazed you've still not joined the revolution! You have great self-control. I hope you'll cave in one day. :-)

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Guest Solar Steve
@Solar Steve the logistics & manpower must be a nightmare to even think of taking on a site so huge with 110,000 panels

 

May I ask from your experience how much pure does it actually takes to clean just one panel covered in shite on sites like this?

 

Also how quick do you think one heavily soiled panel can be cleaned by wfp properly?

I wish I could give an answer, but it varies greatly. Sometimes we are at a minute a panel.

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Guest Solar Steve
Well done mate

Don't know what you've done to pee off one or two on this forum ( bit childish really )

Thanks @Taxlossloz I don't know either. Apart from enjoy a small measure of success in a new venture and invite others to share our success, I'm not sure what I've done either. I don't think it's that offensive surely!

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Guest Solar Steve
At first glance it might seem a bit out of order. But a lot of people on here spend a lot of time helping, encouraging, and offering advice on this forum. Whereas all Steve has ever done is come on to advertise, and brag. Imagine a bloke walking into a pub and saying "I have got considerably more money then yaoo".... and then walking straight out. Thats what these threads are about and always have been. That makes it sound like jealousy but its really not. If Smurf, Davey, CnC, yourself and any other regulars came on and said they had just bagged a multi million pound contract people would be over the moon for them and you would get nothing but 'likes', because you contribute, and help others. Just like in life, you lay the ground you walk on.

 

Sorry for waffling, just wanted to throw it out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

hmmmm. Waffles, now they're nice with honey.:nod:

Observant readers such as @SPC and others have read my comments and taken the useful pointers I have given over the course of time and incorporated them into their business.

 

I have helped, encouraged and offered advice on here, but in a measured way. We have a niche market that we are beginning to tap into and believe that some information that I have gleaned over the years is worth paying for. Not just that, but the business that we can potentially put someone's way is worth an outlay.

 

Forward thinking WFP operators spent a lot money investing in their kit a long time ago and they reaped their dividends. Forward thinking individuals wishing to break into the solar panel cleaning industry are happy to part with a small amount of their cash to do the same.

 

I do not come on here as often as I used to because I am too busy building this business and engaging with the wider solar industry. I simply don't have the same time to come on the forum as I used to.

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Guest Solar Steve
He comes on here just to advertise and brag mate, that's why we don't really like him and his style. He never gives advice, and has been hypocritical on many occasions,

 

He won't be seen for a few weeks, then suddenly hell pop in and say something like 'just got 20,000 panels to clean' or 'training course success' but never helps anyone else, only comes on here to find people to do the work for him so his pockets are lined. Bless him.

 

He doesn't contribute to the forum at all...

The forum can be used in many different ways and every person has their own style. My style is perhaps no better or worse than anyone else. It's just different. For me, this and other forums are business tools, not my social circle or fan club.

 

I do not seek friendship, I seek business partners.

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Guest Solar Steve
im just glad I dont have to clean any...bore me to death...I loves to move around on different jobs and challenges...

 

I was thinking of this post today and thought maybe I could do a day but...can you imagine turning up to do the same all over again..yawn...Id do a runner for sure.

 

not so feckin keen on lawnmower assembly either..:D

Cleaning solar panels has enabled me to see much more of the UK than window cleaning ever would. I've seen places I would NEVER choose to visit were it not for visiting solar sites.

 

It has also presented me with more challenges over the last 5 or 6 years than the previous 15 or 20 years window cleaning. Cleaning 110,000 panels in a field with no water source for miles around or cleaning 1,200 floating solar panels in the middle of a reservoir is indeed a challenge.

 

It gets me out of bed at 5am every morning anyway!

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Smurf

Do you give oap rates for training as I'm a pensioner don’t you know? :)

 

Thanks @Smurf I'm amazed you've still not joined the revolution! You have great self-control. I hope you'll cave in one day. :)

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kev
What a week it's been. On Thursday we secured the cleaning of 110,000 panels on one site. It will be the biggest solar panel clean to be undertaken in the UK to date.

 

Then yesterday we secured a huge rooftop portfolio. It has over 100 sites all over the UK and each site has at least 200 panels on, some have 1,000.

 

We are on the lookout for subcontractors again to plug some gaps in our network. We have work secured already. If you are interested, please contact me through our website.

 

Yes, training is a requirement. Cheers.

Well done mate

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kev
I wish I could give an answer, but it varies greatly. Sometimes we are at a minute a panel.[/QUOT i've thought about enquiring about big solar panel jobs but i read there isn't any big sites in scotland

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Duncs
Always have porridge in the morning,

Either:

 

brown sugar

Banana

Blueberries

Honey

Or a bit of butter

 

Best way to start the day!

porridge and bit off butter

save the butter and bang it on cold brown toast

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