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I think most charge around £3-4 per metre thats roughly what I charge just depends on how bad they are as well then charge the normal window cleaning price with bit added on top, But a bungalow will be fairly easy to do and any apexes on the side of a house with just fascia and softit I charge less as they are easily done. 

These days I just pluck figures out of the air almost or work out a hourly charge I prefer to earn £40 an hour for add on jobs.

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i look at the job and charge that way brake it down in to £20 sections  i chared £10 for a gable end depending on size as it take less then 3 minits wfp as the water just runs off some pic's would realy help

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Everyone says different me and my team start at £100 go up if it's bigger or minging then down if it's a bungalow and clean our price varies £80-£250

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