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    Work Smarter, not Harder, I always say....

    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
    Certified NCE Instructor
    We own and operate a School for Pressure Washing, Roof Cleaning, and Soft Washing http://www.pressurecleaningschool.com
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    I hate to see anyone not make it, but our competitors are dropping like flies lately.
    Then, there are 3 more to take their place.
    The roof cleaning business is a hard one to make it in, especially in bad times.
    Very very few companies are like us (we clean only roofs, mostly)
    It has taken me nearly 20 years to get to this level.
    rOOF cLEANING DOES NOT HAVE NEAR AS MUCH REPEAT BUSINESS AS PRESSURE WASHING DOES, sorry about the caps!
    I built mainly a high end residential business over the years. We find wealthy people have money to afford us, no matter what.
    Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Florida
    711 Westbrook Ave
    Brandon, Florida 33511
    813 655 8777
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    Quote Originally Posted by topcoat View Post
    Well, not to get all fluffy here, but I do think that business owners in the trades are better prepared for any upcoming uncertainty than the average population. We are all used to grinding it out to build successful businesses even in good economies. Complacency kills, and the contractors that struggle right now are probably the ones that thought the wave our economy was riding would last forever, especially if they have not been at it long enough to have seen any downturns in the past.

    Folks who lose their jobs in other industries like retail, financial, or technology will probably find it more difficult to land on their feet in similar paying jobs as this economy levels itself out. Contractors seem to have a special gene for survival mode, and better yet, even coming up with ways to succeed when times seem tough. That is one of the true benefits of associations and forums that promote improvement and success.

    I like it "special gene for surival mode", yea thats the ticket
    Steven Mendez
    www.westernmainepressurewashing.com
    Residential Pressure Washing, Soft Washing, and Deck Cleaning and Staining
    207-935-4503

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    It's a dog eat dog words out there...not even sure how the cat's make it....

    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
    Certified NCE Instructor
    We own and operate a School for Pressure Washing, Roof Cleaning, and Soft Washing http://www.pressurecleaningschool.com
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    Being is business is all about being able to deal with feedback and allowing yourself to move forward after failures, and taking the risk of failing again.
    We are only human, we all make plenty of mistakes. Most people quit rather than learn from those mistakes.
    Bill Booz
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