Low pressure cleaning business




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    Considering the pressure washing business?

    Then consider the low pressure washing business

    Below is a story of how we built a successful business as exterior cleaning contractors. and so can you.

    Hello, my name is John White, I’m a retired mechanical contractor, turned exterior cleaning contractor.  In 1993 my buddy, Dick, was self employed, doing power washing work.  Dick was fixated on finding a method to clean roofs without using high pressure.  Since he was not a very mechanically inclined person, he kept bugging me about helping him come up with a method to clean roof stains using low-pressure.  Compared to the mechanical contracting business, I simply couldn’t see the challenge, nor the money, in the pressure washing business.

    One day, after numerous pleas, I broke down  and agreed to help him with his business.  Dick had an open trailer, a pretty good pressure washer (13 HP, 3400 PSI) 200 feet of hose coiled up, a five gallon sheet rock bucket for mixing chemicals, a case of Clorox, some Dawn detergent and a couple ladders. This was his entire business.

    Something really exciting happened.

    While designing a rig to clean roofs we incorporated labor and chemical savings features that, in addition to cleaning roofs, allowed us to clean siding and decks in a fraction the time using less than half the chemicals. Resulting in earning more money per hour plus more profit than our competitors.

    Before I go any further with this story, I want to talk about high pressure cleaning.  The only places for high pressure (I’m talking about 1500 psi or greater) is for popping bubblegum off of sidewalks and cleaning mud off heavy equipment.  I recently had my HardiePlank sided house painted, and part of the deal was having the painter clean the house before painting.  I was recovering from an operation. Otherwise, I would have done the cleaning myself.  He arrived at my home with a pressure washer, 50 foot of hose an 8 foot extension wand and 33 gallons of Clorox, you heard me right, 33 gallons (He ended up only using 25 gallons).  My house is only 2500 square feet. I asked, “Where is the detergent”?  He replied, “Don’t need any, been doing this for 20 years and when I get through your house will be clean as a whistle and the wood on the deck will look likeit just came from the lumberyard”.  I knew I was in trouble now, but It gave me a great opportunity to get some good pictures to illustrate how pressure washers can cause you a lot of grief.

    The results: my roses wilted, the pedals on my mums were burnt, all of the fish in a pond next to my house died and the seal was broken on one of my windows.

    Sure glad I didn’t have vinyl siding or it may have been blown off!

    And, that wood that was supposed to look like it just came from the lumber yard! Came out bleached grey.

    The good news is, the paint job came out great.

    Back to my secret to being successful  in the exterior cleaning business

    The secret is obvious. Our system is successful because we have developed a process that combines the right equipment, the right setup, the right chemicals with the right chemical delivery system. The result is an exterior cleaning rig that cleans better, faster, safer and at less cost than any of our competitor’s.

    If you are new to pressure washing, it will not take long to discover it is almost impossible to wash away spider webs and unless you develop a wand handling technique akin to Picasso, you will leave hash marks all over your work.

    I ask you, “Why would anyone use high pressure when low pressure, with the right chemicals will simply do a better job, in a fraction of the time, with a fraction of the chemicals and a fraction of the effort”?

    Imagine being able to simply advertise………

    “LOW-PRESSURE CLEANING”

    NO DAMAGING HIGH PRESSURE USED

    “It’s in the process, not the pressure”

    OK. So, show me the money.

    Six months = 156 working days

    Wash just 2 house siding jobs per day  = 312 jobs

    4. Your friend and his neighbor are super impressed and they tell their friends, but no more jobs,yet.

    7. The following week your phone doesn’t ring

    10. Suddenly, the phone starts ringing regularly and by the end of the summer you have a substantial base of customers that will call you next year and continue to recommend your services

    Like they say, “You gotta crawl before you walk”.  Believe me, if you make an effort, you will see numbers as I have projected. In addition, there is nothing stopping you from growing your business and adding more rigs.

        Let’s talk about the roof cleaning business

                                                                     GLOEOCAPSA MAGMA!

                                                                                                      The plague that infects homes in nearyl

    80 percent of the United States

    Gloeocapsa Magma is a species of algae that causes black streaking and discoloration on asphalt/fiberglass shingles. If left untreated this algae will feed and grow until the entire roof becomes infested. Meanwhile, the roof becomes unsightly, and the algae covers the roof granules, which leaves the shingles unprotected from the sun’s UV rays. Without UV protection, a roof will experience premature failure. The algae has migrated form Florida and the Gulf Coast and now covers about 80% of the nation.

    Our competitors are scared of roofs, we aren’t!

    Another milestone in our business was the development of our “ROOF GITTER”, which enables us to clean the steep pitched roofs that are not safe to walk on.  This accessory gave us a leg up on the competition and made us so profitable we kept it off the market for years.  A local competitor has attempted to copy it and sells it nationwide, but believe me, its effectiveness is nowhere near that of the “ROOF GITTER”.  With our system you will learn how to make one.

    Some facts about roof cleaning

    First, roof cleaning is one of the few businesses that is not floating in a sea of competition, there ain’t non, or at least there’s very little.  Take a look around town; you’ll see thousands of roofs needing cleaned and nobody cleaning them. Most people don’t even know their roof can be cleaned; they think it needs replaced. Most pressure washing guys are afraid to get on a roof.  And even if you have competition, there’s enough roofs to go around for everybody. We rarely run into the other guy.

    Third, since roof cleaning may be new in your area you will have to be persistent to make your first sale.  But, once you get a few jobs under your belt, pictures taken and the neighbors gawking at the roof you just cleaned, you are on your way to seeing your business snowball.

    Fourth, roof cleaning is not difficult, but its not as simple as the chemical web sites pitch.  There are companies pitching chemicals that will clean roofs simply by spraying it on the roof and letting mother nature rinse it clean.  That’s fine, if you want to wait six months to get your money.  No matter what they tell you, the roof will have to be rinsed off after applying chemicals, and if you think a garden hose with street pressure will do the job, you are absolutely correct, if you have a week to spend rinsing. Fact is, YOU WILL NEED SOME PRESSURE GREATER THAN STREET PRESSURE if you expect to finish the job in a timely manner.  Therefore you will have to modify your pressure washer so it will produce just enough pressure to rinse but not damage the shingles.

    Fifth, there seems to be a lively and sometimes heated discussion over which chemicals are best for cleaning roofs.  This author, doesn’t give a hoot.  Both have pros and cons.  I haven’t seen any roofs ruined with either chemical.  I am somewhat partial tos and shrward sodium hydroxide because it seems to do a better job of restoring the roof colors, and is easier on plantubs, however it is more time consuming to rinse.  As for making your own chemicals, you are welcome to experiment all you wish, but we’ve found it ends up costing more.  Besides, I like the idea of using the other guys product liability insurance and MSDS sheets.  

    *If you’re concerned about the other guy finding out what chemicals you are using, we will tell you where to get them privately labeled

    Below, I am offering my book that gives step-by-step instructions for setting up a low-pressure cleaning rig and building a “Roof Gitter” for cleaning steep roofs.   

    Because, I’m 70 years old, retired, and have done made my money. Most of all, it gives me great satisfaction to be able to help someone get ahead in life.                                                 

              You’ll eliminate a lot of competition just because your rig will have far more capabilities. 

    You will learn how to build and set up a system capable of both low-pressure and high-pressure cleaning

    The rig shown is much more elaborate than what you need to get started. However, this is our actual rig.

    Clean highly profitable steep pitched roofs without getting on them

    CLEAN STEEP PITCHED ROOFS EITHER FROM THE EDGE OR SITTING ON THE RIDGE (some single story roofs may be cleaned from the ground)

    Receive step-by-step illustrated instructions for building the Roof Gitter

    The “Roof Gitter” has a bracket and clip that will accommodate a 1″ diameter extension pole.  If you prefer to straddle the roof ridge then an extension pole is not needed.  Just let the “Roof Gitter” roll down the roof, pull it back up with the hose, move it over about 18″ and repeat.

    The “Roof Gitter” is made with commonly available components which may be purchased at hardware and agricultural supply stores.  Our instructions are simple to follow and accompanied by step-by-step pictures.  

                weight: 9 lbs

                operating psi: 800-1000 (pressure washer should have pressure adjusting valve)

                gpm: minimum 2.5

                spray width: 20″

                pressure on roof surface: approximately 50 psi    

                hose fittings: adaptable to all pressure washing  hoses

                wheels: 4 lightweight soft, assures consistent 90 degree spray pattern on surface

                reach: can be used with up to 24′ painter’s extension

                                         

                                       

                                                    

    *Because this book has many illustrations, it may take a few minutes to download. Especially if you have a slow connection.

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