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Posh

Got 3 gutter cleans to price up in the next week. As have never done this before how do you guys price them up.

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laddergarder

A decent average, is £10 per side, so £20 for mid terrace, £30 for an end terrace, or £40 for a detached. Personally I just tell my customers we charge £15 per hour per man, and we estimated it to be X amount, as we think it should take X time. But if we can get it done a bit quicker we will be fair with you and charge you less.

 

I have one in tomorrow, I had a Saturday booked two weeks ago full of gutter jobs, me and one other lad went out over the weekend, and did them as overtime.

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Belfastcleaning

£10 per side, porches, extensions, conservatories all extra..

 

Triple storey is going to be triple the price

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laddergarder

I mean gutter clearing, clearing out the inside of the gutters, if the customer wanted the plastic wiped down as we go then we do that but explain it can take longer and we would have to charge accordingly.

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Belfastcleaning

Interior gutters cleared, downspouts checked, and report on any problems if there be any.

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Posh

Yeah the insides of gutters. The leaves & all that. Thanks chaps

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Just Trying

You can get £59 for a terraced £69 for a semi and £79 for a detached

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padman

£25 a side to CLEAR them out NOT clean :) I use a vac system + prefer ladders & gutter pro tools as I think it does a more thorough job. Just depends on my mood :1f603:

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

Inside and outside £5 per meter.  Averages clip to clip is a meter. 

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Teaboy

Some of you guys are far far too cheap


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Teaboy

If one of my lads came back and had charged £30 to clean and clear a gutter he would be making up the difference out of his wages


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Teaboy

Take you time do it right and create value for your customer if done properly they improve the look massively.
That takes time so go via average rate per hour


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mark lee

You have to be face to face with people to get the best price start high then work your way to what makes the costumer happy [emoji4]

 

 

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tench0771

different areas means different price in yorkshire i bet the price u can get is not as good as surrey  for example price accordingly to your area 

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Part Timer
1 hour ago, tench0771 said:

different areas means different price in yorkshire i bet the price u can get is not as good as surrey  for example price accordingly to your area 

I do the windows of a standard 3 bed semi with small conny for £10. Local ladder window cleaner did the gutters for £20

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Cristian

I have learned if you sensibly price a job at let's say £40 for a 2 or 3 bed terrace with two lengths of gutters it's better than getting one priced at £60. It's too easy to get carried away with pricing, only exception to this is anything over 3 story. 

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Teaboy

Wowsers,

Out of interest how long does it take you to clean 3 bed semi gutters out and in.
All fascias plastics and windows included.
We would be £80-£150 depending how dirty they are





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Cristian

The pricing I was talking about was for clearance only, time wise for a 3 bed semi for what you mentioned above would all depend how dirty everything was. Anything between an hour or two or longer. Pricing would be based on allot of variables for a full FSG and window clean on anything. I wouldn't have a set price , just a prices from as you have to have a good look around a property when it comes to exterior cleaning so you don't get caught out. 

 

I have had in the past folk say oh it's not that bad and I gave a price over the phone and the property was minging and I never made much on any of them as they took ages to do. Windows is one thing but FSG's are something totally different when it comes to pricing them properly and in my opinion should be always done in person. 

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12 hours ago, mark lee said:

You have to be face to face with people to get the best price start high then work your way to what makes the costumer happy emoji4.png

 

 

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I will never haggle with a customer

My price is my price

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Dennis Taylor

Have to agree with Teaboy in saying a lot of you guys dont value your time properly. my price starts at £55 per side to clean gutters and facias, if they want the contents of gutters removed as well then that is all extra.

They know its a dirty, filthy and dangerous task and if they dont want to pay a realistic price then hubby can always get that wonky set of ladders out and spend half a day dangling 20-30 feet up in the air cursing every second hes up there.

No ones forcing them to have it done.

 

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Teaboy

And we certainly don’t haggle


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J and S

Roughly £20/£25 per side...lots of variables though....how far you travelling how full are they.

Doing a neighbours about 10 doors down at some point this week...he has them done every year...they are nice and wide and well looked after and virtually clear so will only charge him £50 for 3 sides....and I bet I'll struggle to make it last an hour plus no travelling plus I can do it when I want he's not bothered.

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RyeCleanLiam

I use a GutterVac and I wouldn't bother setting up for less than £40 so that is my minimum charge, then I work up from that. If they want it cheaper they can look elsewhere but I find if I tell them about my GutterVac they think they are getting something special and go for it 🤣 but anyway as regards pricing I live in a market town in north East Yorkshire, I start at £40 and in honesty most of my jobs end up being around £40-£60. The highest I had was £150 just for Clearance and I got very lucky as it only took me 2 hrs in the end but that has only happened once lol


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Teaboy

Our average is probs £150 all in


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