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12-03-2008 08:30 PM
russ s Ken is right, watch out for prices, you need to do some homework I have some prices on my site that may help Go to Prokleen Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning
11-30-2008 11:33 PM
PressurePros That link is WAY outdated. Many of those prices will put you right out of business.
11-28-2008 06:48 PM
UltraBrite Holyyyy crap Pressure Cleaning....you just answered a LOT of my questions with that link!
11-04-2008 02:24 PM
TailoredMaid Hah. Knoxville. My old stompin' grounds.
11-02-2008 12:13 PM
Imtheprez knoxville,Tn
11-02-2008 12:11 PM
Ron Musgraves Sweet. good luck

Where are you located?
11-02-2008 12:00 PM
Imtheprez thanks for the info!! I was going to price it at $600 but I have already completed a few other jobs for this restaurant and know more will be coming in the future so I bid a little lower.
11-02-2008 11:54 AM
Ron Musgraves
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Originally Posted by Imtheprez View Post
I priced it at $480 since as of now its only a one time job. Its the dinning area of a restaurant. and its 4000sqft. It just has a lot of peanut oil on it and the floor is black.

If that and interior about 450 to 650 would be about correct. If its a one time i would have been higher. its about 4 hour with at least two or three people.

becarful with walk ins and office areas. Onetime would have been higher for just a backend of a restaurant.

Interior work is alot higher. Sorry i thought you were talking about exterior.

food places are always alittle higher do the grease you have to clean.
11-02-2008 10:57 AM
Imtheprez I priced it at $480 since as of now its only a one time job. Its the dinning area of a restaurant. and its 4000sqft. It just has a lot of peanut oil on it and the floor is black.
10-29-2008 10:41 AM
Ron Musgraves
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As of now its a one time job but might turn into once every 3 months..no gum just concrete that is black and needs cleaned. Drive time is around 30 mins.
Sounds like a Grocery Store,

If theres no gum of very little the cleaning time will only be about 30 minutes.

So what are you worth?

I would want this for 30 day cleaning and would charge 220.00

I would charge more for just one time.
10-24-2008 01:53 AM
Imtheprez As of now its a one time job but might turn into once every 3 months..no gum just concrete that is black and needs cleaned. Drive time is around 30 mins.
10-23-2008 12:21 AM
Ron Musgraves
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Originally Posted by Imtheprez View Post
I have to bid on a pressure washing job thats around 4000 sqft. What would you suggest I charge?

To many variables,

what is it?
how often
how much gum?
this is a 40 minute maint. job
whats the distance?

Please dont use the Delco Sheet....
10-22-2008 08:24 PM
Pressure Cleaning http://www.dcs1.com/del/pricing.html
10-22-2008 06:07 PM
Imtheprez anyone? Im pricing it around .15 a sqft. is that good?
10-22-2008 03:02 AM
Imtheprez
Help with pricing

I have to bid on a pressure washing job thats around 4000 sqft. What would you suggest I charge?

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