Dear Kevin, Currently we are strictly a residential cleaning service anyway of making more this spring cleaning season?
Thank You, XXXXX
Sure, you can make a sheet for your customers of things that you can clean, that your currently not cleaning and give them a selection sheet. Have item`s starting at $10 to your high end items, attic, garage cleaning, basement etc...
You can also get a Subcontractor to perform carpet cleaning, pressure washing, floor cleaning.... for you and make some bucks that way also.
Anyone else have any ideas on cashing in this spring?
pardon the pun Currently we are cleaning up on spring cleaning we are getting 3-4 spring cleanings a week and they are starting at $250 a pop and after we add in windows we are walking away with approx $400 I normally give a discount on windows if they are getting the spring cleaning done the same day, it takes 3 of us approx 3-4 hours. We are getting a lot of request for pressure washing anyone have any info on pressure washing vinyl siding and what I should charge, I looked around but I have only found info on brick homes and wood nothing on vinyl siding thanks and God Bless Pam in NC
Post by lakescleaningserv2 on Apr 4, 2008 18:13:05 GMT -5
Pressure washing is big here in N.C. Vinyl is pretty simple process to clean. I recommend you charge my the Sq. Ft. plus materials. You really do not need a high pressure washer on vinyl, let your chemicals do the work, in most houses we have been able to use a garden hose with a high pressure nozzle. Average pricing between .15 to .20 cents per sq. Ft. or if you are good at judging time you can also charge by the hour....HAPPY SPRING CLEANING