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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How to price the window cleaning for a pub
« Last post by AuRavelling79 on Yesterday at 11:46:18 am »
Approximately 2 hours per pub. Not the best in price but when you have a few it all adds up. Plus I get in early when the cleaners are in and get done by 9am. Good start to the day.

I understand this. Sometimes when you work at times you otherwise wouldn't (early/awful weather) it's not a bad idea. I used to have (before Covid put paid to their business) a job that was an early start and largely indoors and importantly I could largely turn up on any day without notice. It worked well for me.
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Approximately 2 hours per pub. Not the best in price but when you have a few it all adds up. Plus I get in early when the cleaners are in and get done by 9am. Good start to the day.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Dashcams & rear cameras
« Last post by windowswashed on Yesterday at 08:39:07 am »
Have to remove the card to view
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Dashcams & rear cameras
« Last post by 8weekly on Yesterday at 07:48:29 am »
I have a dashcam with twin screens, one that captures the front and the other half captures the back fitted in my car which I bought from Halfords a while ago.
Can you view the footage remotely or do you have to remove the SD card?
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Dashcams & rear cameras
« Last post by 8weekly on Yesterday at 07:47:49 am »
We use velocity fleet but not cameras maybe one day I will regret that

As for changing just end the contract and start with a different company where they all start at the same time

Darran
Thank you.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Obstacles in front of windows
« Last post by zesty on Yesterday at 06:44:18 am »
"Sometimes you get so annoyed you spend minutes trying to unhook it, by flicking the hose, it becomes a game of stubbornness. You could of course just walk 5 yards and unhook it, but that would be defeat"

That's me all day long.....and after wasting 30 seconds ping about you end up walking the 5 yards anyway....that feeling when you've dragged nearly enough down the drive  for the backs and then it snags under the drive pillar but you think it will just about reach anyway.......extend pole and it's inches short and you have to walk all the way back again.

It is a real annoyance!

Car tyres are the worst as well.

The sound of a watering can being dragged along the side passage is another familiar one.

Snagging hose is basically the only real nuisance of window cleaning though, so itís tolerable!

There is the rare time, where you tug the hose so hard you rip out a small shrub or similar  :o - usually only when youíre having Ďone of those daysí  ;D



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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How to price the window cleaning for a pub
« Last post by AuRavelling79 on Yesterday at 06:14:38 am »
I clean about 8 pubs between £40-60 pounds per pub every 2 ish weeks. This is in Surrey. If you come to me and said you wanted £150 every 2 weeks I would politely decline

How long per pub does it take, on the average?
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How to price the window cleaning for a pub
« Last post by @Woking Windows on October 22, 2021, 11:39:30 pm »
I clean about 8 pubs between £40-60 pounds per pub every 2 ish weeks. This is in Surrey. If you come to me and said you wanted £150 every 2 weeks I would politely decline
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How to price the window cleaning for a pub
« Last post by Kurtv on October 22, 2021, 11:29:11 pm »
Gonna go give him a price tmrw. I'm thinking 50 windows = £150 . This reasonable ?
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