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Date: Nov 2, 2011
Staying Grounded: Gutter Cleaning for the Professional
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(From the July 2011 of Pressure Cleaning Contractor online magazine)

by Keith Cox, Sparkle Right Cleaning Service

Editor’s Note: The products mentioned in this article have not been tested by the PCC Magazine staff and this is not an endorsement. The article is based on the author’s experiences/opinions only.

“What would you charge to clean my gutters while you are already here cleaning my home?”


For me, this is an opportunity that used to seem like a double edged sword. Either I either had to charge an amount that might disrupt the good situation I was establishing with my customer, or I was going to charge a price the customer would like, but was ridiculously low considering I could suffer an accidental fall. For those reasons, I never actively sought gutters to clean.

As times have economically become more challenging, extracting profits from traditional means in pressure cleaning has become difficult. While my business is surviving, I find that anything I can do different than the next guy can only help. This leads to my unique opportunity that presented itself several years back.

To read the rest of the article, visit the PCC Magazine website at http://www.pccmagazine.com/?p=407



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Allison Hester
Editor
eClean Magazine
www.eCleanMag.com

allison@ecleanmag.com

 

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