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08-10-2011 04:34 PM
nikon I would charge $115 per clean, at the least. So twice a month 115 x 2 = $230. I have never clean a place with guns before. If it requires special cleaning or more cleaning in that area, charge a little more on top of $115. Plus i never used powerwasher on a job before. I dont know how much to charge but its defenitly another charge on top of that. I have worked for my uncle for a few months. So the charge is right but I and my uncle never used a powerwasher or cleaned a place with guns before.
11-12-2010 01:08 PM
Total Cleaning Solutions How did you do on this? What did you bid and any recommendations from it?
07-18-2010 12:12 AM
advice on bidding this commercial building

I'm bidding on a 7,200 sq. ft commercial building used for auctions. Right now there are only 2 auctions per month, so I would only be cleaning this property twice a month. The building has an antique store/gun shop, lobby, two bathrooms, ticket office, personal office and a warehouse. The warehouse will be swept out twice a month and powerwashed once a month. Everything else will be general cleaning such as mopping, dusting, cleaning of countertop surfaces, and disinfecting the bathrooms. The entire floor surface is concrete. I'm done some bids before ( still new to the cleaning business ) but I'm stumped on what to bid this job for. Let me know what you guys think.

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