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A few gutter vac jobs


Pjj

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The last couple of days we have done around 15 gutter vac jobs on houses still trying to clear the backlog of work , on one detached house we removed over 300 ltr of pine needles , slit , plant growth , and other dirt . 

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Went out today to price up a big, 400m+, industrial unit that had "problems" with their gutters. Told them to ring a lumberjack as they've a better chance of clearing them then me. Here's 2 pictures, they are the worst but plenty of other places nearly as bad.

My mate is going to quote £700 and do them with a van mount. Told him that was cheap but he's happy with that price.

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They now realise that their building's insurance is null and void and a waste of time paying for it. Our church got told to clean out their gutters and get a receipt so they can show it to their insurance if need be.

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On 15/01/2021 at 18:28, Pjj said:

The last couple of days we have done around 15 gutter vac jobs on houses still trying to clear the backlog of work , on one detached house we removed over 300 ltr of pine needles , slit , plant growth , and other dirt . 

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Hi Pjj, Hope you don't mind me asking but...what gutter vac do you use on this job and would you recommend it ?

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On 15/01/2021 at 19:04, Part Timer said:

Went out today to price up a big, 400m+, industrial unit that had "problems" with their gutters. Told them to ring a lumberjack as they've a better chance of clearing them then me. Here's 2 pictures, they are the worst but plenty of other places nearly as bad.

My mate is going to quote £700 and do them with a van mount. Told him that was cheap but he's happy with that price.

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Lol I’ll lend you my chain saw if you like 😂😂

On 21/01/2021 at 19:21, jack b said:

Hi Pjj, Hope you don't mind me asking but...what gutter vac do you use on this job and would you recommend it ?

I have a skyvac interceptor it’s an awesome thing but not cheap , if just starting out have a look at the GVS predator all the reviews are good  

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