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No New Posts   Precision Pro Wash Roof Cleaning Facility

April 17, 2011

Here are some pictures of our new facility here in SC. We are in full swing now! Hope Everyone has a great and safe season!!

No New Posts   Great April weather

April 17, 2011

Woke up this morning, having coffee before church, and it is snowing outside.

 Got to love this Michigan weather...

No New Posts   roof cleaning in Grand Rapids, Michigan by Kleen Roofs

April 15, 2011

Here is a house we did this week in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  This roof was cleaned By Kleen Roofs. West Michigan's premier roof and Exterior soft wash cleaning company. 



-- Edited by Kleen Roof and Exterior Cleaning on Tuesday 4th of December 2012 08:25:01 PM

No New Posts   Roof Cleaning Business Opportunity

July 28, 2010

Here is an email I just received. It looks interesting.

Just looked at your web site, and believe your company would be perfectly suited to enter an industry about to boom in The USA Residential Roof Restoration. I would be very keen to talk to you about Nutech’s range of roof restoration products and systems and how very simply you can become an approved applicator in your area, with all marketing and training supplied.

Please Note: THIS IS NOT FRANCHISE, OR DO WE ASK FOR ANY ONGOING FEE’S Nutech Paint is a coating manufacture/supplier offering our products, system, marketing and training to the roofing trade industry.

 

You can watch a short video on becoming a registered Nutech Roofing Professional by clicking on link as follows.

http://www.nutechpaints.com/become_nutech_pro.html

We offer roofing companies, roofers and painting firms all the marking tools needed to enter and prosper in an industry booming worldwide and set to do the same in the US.

With ever growing concerns of climate change, Nutech is at the forefront of heat management coatings designed to not only reduce transient heat within homes during warmer weather, but also dramatically improve the roofs cosmetic finish with over 36 colors, all with heat reducing benefits.

Nutech paint manufactures over 1.6 million gallons of roof coating per year, and seen over 750,000 roofs coated with our products worldwide. We also see roundabout 700-1000 roofs a week coated with our products.

We will be offering a membership/registered based system, that will entitle members of Nutech Registered  Roof Restoration Professionals full access to all our

point of sale, brochures, color charts, displays, operational manuals, DVD's, PC coloring software and as arranged, local California on-site training, product discounts and of course access to our proven products, like Tileflex 2000, Enhanced with Nano Technology, and NXT Cool Zone, Infra-red heat reflective roof coating, also Enhanced with Nano Technology.

You can obtain more info on our products and systems and watch short video's by clicking on the following links,

http://www.nutechpaints.com/vid_shrtclips.html

 

Until we talk

Regards

No New Posts   Certified Roof Cleaning Des Moines, Iowa Sullivan Roof Cleaning 515-971-1430

April 5, 2011

The season is here and now is the time to remove those ugly roof stains from your home. Sullivan Roof Cleaning serving the greater Des Moines, Iowa area of Polk, Dallas and Warren Counties will provide this service. We use a certified no pressure process.

Visit our web site for complete details, before & after pictures with references. www.sullivanroofcleaning.com or call Bruce Sullivan @ 515-971-1430.

No New Posts   Applesauce Coverage

February 15, 2011

What is the approximate coverage per gallon of applesauce mix?  I have a home maintenance business and do pressure washing, window cleaning etc in Fort Myers, Florida.  I feel like the market here is wide open for soft wash roof cleaning and am trying to figure out what size tank I would need to start out.  Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thanks, Tracy.

Started By: Tracy

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Last Post: Mar 14, 2011 by Roof Cleaning West Chester PA

 

No New Posts   FREE Documents & legal forms that might help

August 12, 2010

Take it for what it is worth, here is the link to Entrepreneur Magizine. Free forms, there is many to choose from and most can be altered to add your business infor or change them around. It gives a good base to start with.
Hope it helps you guys out with some of the boring stuff.
Take Care
Kimsmile

Entrepreneur Magizine Free forms

(I have yet to figure how to paste links here yet sorry )
(I fixed it for you, Kim)

-- Edited by Matthew on Monday 28th of February 2011 08:45:39 AM

No New Posts   Who is ready for Spring? what may be missing for managing the season

February 25, 2011

Anyone, think of things that they may be missing for the 2011 season.
Need to put a check list to cross of some of those things to do:

Haves:
Contracts
Equipment
Flyers
Website

Are you all READY? Going to be a great year!!!

Kim R

Anything that may be missing please add...biggrin


-- Edited by Presidential Pressure Washing on Friday 25th of February 2011 02:48:24 PM

No New Posts   Roof Cleaning service in York, Adams, Lancaster county Pennsylvania

February 24, 2011

Need a roof cleaning in York, Adams, or Lancaster Pa?

Check these guys out! http://www.roofcleaningpa.com

Heres there phone # 1-888-767-0202

No New Posts   Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Business School

July 26, 2010

Many people looking to get into a roof cleaning business live up north. The winter months may require some extra income. Many roof cleaners also clean kitchen exhausts to pick up extra money here is a Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning School that is a good one. It is a good add on for any roof cleaning business.

No New Posts   Big Dog Question

October 4, 2010

I have a great opportunity in front of me. I spoke to some folks today (no location, no names) that have an apartment complex. There are 30 units, two story with roughly 160,000 sq ft of shingle.
I want information from the best on this one. So please, can someone guide me through this one?

I need help on selling this one. I am a little lost, if I approach it with a residential mind set, I may burn myself.
This can be the difference between me holding down 2 jobs and help me finish putting my wife through school. This can make me, but it will not break me.

Thanks in advance!
Dwayne

Started By: Washed-up

Comments: 11

Views: 777

Last Post: Feb 24, 2011 by Roof Cleaning New Jersey

 

No New Posts   Awesome New site!!

February 9, 2011

Man, the new Roof Cleaning Institute Website is awesome! Can't wait to get more involved. Good job guys.

Started By: Simply Glass

Comments: 3

Views: 502

Last Post: Feb 14, 2011 by Simply Glass

 

No New Posts   sealer

February 10, 2011

Wasn't sure where to post this but I have had customers in the past tell me "so & so said he could put a sealer on afterwards to keep the mold away & protect my shingles" I always told them I thought it would void their warranty but I found this http://www.enviroseal.com/roofguard.htm

What's your thoughts??

-- Edited by aaron61 on Thursday 10th of February 2011 08:20:53 PM

Started By: aaron61

Comments: 4

Views: 523

Last Post: Feb 11, 2011 by Raystown Roof Cleaning Central PA 1-800-236-0322

 

No New Posts   Don't quit..

February 1, 2011

Too many eager entrepreneurs leave their salaried jobs too soon.  That’s right; they abandon their day jobs with only a vague notion of what they want to accomplish as new business owners.  Sure, they know the many lifestyle advantages of why they want to start up, but not what they want to start up.

When business owners start companies without a clear operating path to revenue generation, they are at high risk for business failure.  By the time they figure out their business plan and do all the administrative duties associated with business set up, they run out of personal savings. This beat-the-clock challenge can overwhelm just about anyone.

One way to minimize startup risks is to do as many time-consuming administrative duties and research projects as possible before cutting off the salaried paycheck. Here are five pre-start up considerations.

No. 1: Select business names that don’t violate existing trademarks.  I wince each time I hear start-up entrepreneurs talk about the delays associated with selecting conflict-free business names and domain names and then working with designers to create logos, web sites and marketing materials.  Good business and product name selection should involve a search for trademark conflicts.  Entrepreneurs can limit their exposure by visiting the U.S. Trademark Electronic Search System (“TESS”).  All searches are free. (www.uspto.gov).

No. 2: Get your financial house in order.  Before leaving your day job, work to set aside a little extra savings.  Also pre-start up is the right time to correct errors on credit reports and improve personal credit scores.  Business owners with good personal credit get better deals on small business loans, equipment leases, credit card processing services for e-commerce operations, and more. 

No 3: Organize your company structure.  Will your startup be set up as a sole proprietorship, a limited liability company, a partnership, an S-corporation or a C-corporation?  This is a fundamental question that, among other considerations, will determine the taxes you will have to pay on business profits and personal income.  It takes time to understand your options plus put in place effective board members and advisors who can help advance your business interests.

No 4: Research health insurance.  Before you quit your job, re-visit your employer's benefits literature.  Under federal COBRA regulations, if you work for a company with more than 20 employees you may be able to continue coverage for 18 months provided you pay the entire cost of coverage.  Is this a better deal than buying an independent policy?  Do your homework now to find out.    

No 5: Consider tactical employment.   Would you rather learn about costly business problems on someone else's dime or would you rather experience the pain all by yourself?  One way to avoid start-up mistakes is to find what I call "tactical employment."  These are temporary, part-time or full-time jobs to improve tactical expertise plus generate some extra income.  If, for example, your dream is to one day start a craft brewery, work in another beer house first to learn the fine points of manufacturing, pricing, inventory management and product distribution.

Are there any risks to moonlighting?  Yes, entrepreneurs who intend to compete with their current employers or develop potentially patentable technologies should understand their legal risks and obligations. Moonlighting entrepreneurs should always work at their business on their own time and completely off employer premises to avoid legal conflicts. 

Started By: Toy2

Comments: 5

Views: 529

Last Post: Feb 2, 2011 by Roof Cleaning Severna Park MD

 

No New Posts   EQUIPMENT!!!!!

February 1, 2011

roof cleaningFinally I ordered my rig today!! Delevan 5850 and startup kit ( Delevan 5800 1/2" Poly Kit) and Pump In a Box. Asked for a discount or coupon code. Yeah..... That wasn't happenen!! Also, I got a FREE, yes I said FREE, Ladder rack off of Craigslist and a 30 gal. Poly and a %% gal. clear Poly for 5 bucks. Now, I wait like a kid waiting for Santy Clause. Do I sound excited??? HA! I just jumped up and did the Fargo Strut!!! Okay enough of my nonsnense. Just wanted the world to know.

No New Posts   Talk Shoe Guest Make-Up Day Friday 1/28/2011 8pm Eastern

January 27, 2011

To all that were looking forward to the open Talkshoe on Wed. Gary sent me a pm and apologized for not setting things up. Gary has been suffering due to his recent surgery and I am glad he has given us the TShoe time even during all his trials lately.
So it will be on Friday @8pm Eastern for all guests and members as an open discussion.
I hope you understand and we will see you on Friday !!!

Kim R
The link will be the same, search Talkshoe and you will find it if you don't have it bookmarked. Please pre-register at least 1/2 hour before the show time, so we know who everyone is.

No New Posts   Roof Cleaning Lead!!

January 25, 2011

This Jacksonville Florida lead information is in the Premium members section.

It pays to be a premium member.....roof cleaning

Started By: Washed-up

Comments: 0

Views: 329

Last Post: Jan 25, 2011 by Washed-up

 

No New Posts   Cool tool for routing multiple stops

January 19, 2011

I found this on another forum and thought that I would share it here. If you have a lot of service calls to make or would like to just optimize driving routes, this might be worth looking at. You can route up to 25 different locations, factor in the duration of your visit and find the quickest or the shortest routes. Pretty cool stuff... O'ya, It's FREE too.

DrivingRoutePlanner.com

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No New Posts   7 deadly small business mistakes you must avoid

January 9, 2011

Found this article that goes right along with what was discussed on the Goal Setting webinar last night. Good reading...
http://ezinearticles.com/?The-7-Deadly-Small-Business-Mistakes-You-Must-Avoid&id=3868565

No New Posts   From the Office of the Secretary: 1/6/2011

January 6, 2011

From the office of the Secretary

 

Here are some updates on recent decisions made by the board of directors based on the response from members of the RCIA.

 

We have recognized the perceived conflict of interests not only in having a vendor as a moderator but as having any Executive Board member be a moderator other than the System Administrator, Chris Tucker.In order to rectify this, we have voted to add a clause to the RCIA by-laws that the Executive Directors other than the system Admin may not have moderator privileges of the RCIA forum and will not be involved with the moderation of the forum.

 

As of today AC, Gary and myself will not be moderating the forum.

 

Any further concern over the validity of a BOD members place on the board can be handled in the manner of private correspondence to a member of the Board of directors, or moderators.The members of the RCIA will have the opportunity to elect new representation and management for the RCIA in June or July during the time when we arrange the national convention.We will do our best to present information more clearly, and ask for all members patience in all matters as we are working to organize and present this information.

 

Please congratulate fellow RCIA members Bruce Sullivan and Ted Saunders as they have been voted on as moderators by the BOD.

 

We look forward to presenting the new version of the standards and a better explanation of how the document is to be used next week.It will be available for vote by the membership in the membership area of the forum.

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