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POV: Residential and storefront
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Playtime: 3.01 Synopsis: POV Window Cleaning – I had a lot of fun with these guys. Check out the window cleaner needing to full scrape the glass prior to cleaning the windows. You will notice that the house sits buy an idyllic lakeside surrounded by trees. Nose to glass was probably the best approach with the tree sap covering the windows. The second guy is busting out a route work job. Not quite POV but close as…

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Residential window cleaning Vs Facebook ads
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By Lee Burbidge Let us assume you want to grow your residential window cleaning business. If you don’t because you have the income you want and you are happy where you are right now then move along, trust me, there is nothing to see here! On the other hand, if you want to grow a BUSINESS, or if you are just starting out then listen up. There is a certain distinction that needs to be qualified…

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The truth about undercutting residential prices
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I noticed this post yesterday in the Window Cleaning Magazine Facebook Group. A member had posted something they found else where on Facebook. It was a post about a window cleaner displaying his prices that were far lower than the average, in some cases by 50%. So what is the logic behind this? Is it that the window cleaner in question has no idea what to charge or is it something more sinister such as undercutting the…

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