or 100%.. not neccesarily based on how expensive the neighborhood is as, in my opinion that is an unfair pricing practice, but based upon where you operate. My min housewash is $395 and they go up from there...In more expensive neighborhoods add 10% to 30% to the above prices.
where in Florida are you ?thanks for the response. I'm in Florida and most of the jobs here there are no storm drains, etc. for runoff so I don't think that will be an issue. I have no problem adding more equipment because it usually pays for itself in a short period of time. we also do remodel and drywall, paint, trim, etc...so over the years we have purchased MANY pieces of equipment to do a job properly.
I appreciate the pricing info and once I get an actual floorplan layout of the way the houses and courtyards are set up and see if they are brick, flagstone, concrete, whatever I will use your pricing guide.
Have a great weekend and thanks again....btw I do use other subs when a job is more than we can tackle and it's always a beneficial arrangement for us all!:thumbup:
I would just add an extraHave just bid const. cleanup on a townhome development. They also asked me to include a price for pressure wash (which we normally haven't had to do) but we are willing. I realize if we have to remove trash and all it is more, but in general they said it was 3436SF courtyards....I am assuming that is for each 8 unit building. Any suggestions for pricing.:confused1: