Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
Thick Snow :) good idea
Posted by jonesy5 (jonesy5), 22 December 2003Well i know most of you wont like thick snow, but over here in the north east thats what we got.
I always go out in it and take the lads we just do bottoms believe me it works and all the customers are happy so happy cleaning dont let the snow stop you
Posted by Bones (Bones), 22 December 2003No worries, i was out there, and up the ladders ,.. it was ok actually, just took a little extra care, had one slip on the rung about 5 rungs up and it was my last house of the day so the fear did'nt set in. Picked up more jobs than if it was a fine day!
Posted by Bryan_Dolby (Bryan_Dolby), 22 December 2003Thick snow all day
I am also on the east coast
Still managed a days work used the laddermate at the bottom when i needed to
Its a good piece of kit
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 22 December 2003Hi Bryon
Do these fit A-frames.
Posted by Bryan_Dolby (Bryan_Dolby), 22 December 2003Shinney shinner
Dont know will try tommorow
get back yo you on that subject
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 22 December 2003Sorry to hear about the snow , how deep does it have to get before you call it a day
Posted by Bones (Bones), 22 December 2003How deep to call it a day Mmmm Just below the sill,... ground floor that is
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 22 December 2003Hi Bryan
Sorry about spelling
Cheers for that mate
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 23 December 2003Hi Bryan,
I would be interested as well to know if a laddermate would fit on an A frame because i was just looking on the fed website and i think i would feel a whole lot safer with one of them on the bottom of the ladder.
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