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ashley john

Hi all got to price this tomorrow for all gutters to be emptying and windows cleaned. I'm going in for 120 what you think? 7dcdee37be624910c7b0f21b47bb6183.jpg

 

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Clisty1989

Those gutters are higher than the average house, I'd be looking at 180 minimum with the windows.

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Incheck

I wouldn’t even attempt to ladder that one. I would give a quick check with wfp first see if downpipes are running. Looks pretty reasonable as no trees. And vac it. Just advise customer to keep it up every year.


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dmw

It would suit a vac, it's a tall one and the front of the house slopes down making it higher than it looks.
I think 180-200 is a fair price.

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Part Timer

Very hard to ladder with the height and overhang. Touch and go if you can get standoff on roof to do it safely. If you've got a gutter vac and camera it would make the job a lot easier. Probably find that there's nothing in them. As for price just done a gutter only job on a smaller property in Newmarket for £150. Wouldn't get £100 in the NE 

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Pjj

Vac out the gutters about £130 windows cannot see round all sides but got to be in the reagion of £45 more if one Off clean 

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THL4KEL

Looks like 32meters worth of gutter I would be charging 100

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J and S

Here's hoping the gutters aren't too tight to take the gutter vac.

Stopped doing any gutters I can't access by ladder if need be.

Did one in October where I needed 4 poles...first and last time I do more than one house with 4 poles....this was a row of 4 terraced and it was donkey work as they were fairly well blocked....could only pitch ladder to gable end of house the fronts were on a fairly steep slope..started off as 2 storey and went to about 3.5 storeys with slope...it may even have been 5 poles.

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