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Good morning all

First of all hello to you all on this forum πŸ™‚ secondly was looking to get some advice/information best we can.Me and my friend are looking at doing our own window cleaning/gardening service and want to follow all the right channels to get started properly,in regards to tools we have a rough idea of what we will be using but this the first time both of us will be looking at going self employed,i know we will both need a window cleaners license to proceed but would be helpful for more information off what we need do in the first stages.

thank you andyπŸ™‚

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Not another Smoggy on here πŸ˜‚, welcome. As you're in England you don't need a license, you will need to register as self employed with HMRC and it would also be best to get Public Liability Insurance.

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Yes indeed part time another one here i guess πŸ˜† i am glad you cleared that up about the license thank you πŸ‘Œ,Cookie i will also take that on board as well,with it being early days we are just finding our feet on what route to mainly go down,we have drummed a bit of interest from family and friends(mainly windows) who are keen for us to do this and what time scale would reckon it would take to get started??

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There’s a post to help new starters, take a look and you will get all the info you need. It’s the best place to start in the forum. From that you will gain a basic knowledge. Then you can decide what you want to buy. Starting with a TDS meter see what your tap water is, then you will know if you need DI or RO system

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