Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
ADVERT £48K - 72K a year CLEANING WINDOWS
Posted by wazzastud (wazzastud), 13 September 2003My work starts at 8:30 and I work until 3pm cleaning windows, sometimes a bit later depending on the time it takes to travel between jobs, I take half hour for lunch and I clean 4-6 houses an hour average price £8 per house, that’s £32 - £48 an hour, that’s £192 - £288 a day x 5 days that’s £960 - £1440 per week x 50 weeks per year that’s
£48,000 - £72000 a year Gross, but obviously you must generate the work to keep you going, I canvass for myself and am currently getting £50 - £75 worth of new residential business an hour if you would like to find out how E-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you details about a publication you can get that tells you Exactly how to do this.
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 16 September 2003Why cant you post the price of your book on the forum
Posted by geoffreyspecht (geoffreyspecht), 18 November 2003all i can say they must be small houes lucky if i clean 3 houses an hour
Posted by Rob_B (Rob_B), 18 November 2003You wouldn't be wazzastud from a couple of months ago by any chance
Posted by geoffreyspecht (geoffreyspecht), 18 November 2003i reckon the average window cleaner will clean 20 to 25 standard size windows per hour
Posted by pw (pw), 18 November 2003thay must only have 4 windows or your not cleaning right thats to quick [flash=200,200][/flash]
Posted by Rob_B (Rob_B), 19 November 2003Like I've said in another post, if this guy was earning £72k a year, do you think he would be trying to sell manuals
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