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Pricing house washing

Nate Falgoust

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Hope everyone is having a good afternoon! Im pretty new to the industry and wondering how everyone prices homes from goggle earth. Are you using the same sq footage u use on the roof and just adjust your price or is there a better way to do so. Sorry for the ignorant question, I'm just trying to figure out the best way to make this a little easier. Thanks in advance!!


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I personally go onsite to finalize bids. Google earth is for an approximate cost over the phone if you really want to. My opinion a survey of the property visually is best for any additional sales.

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coastal1

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Nate, I go on site for every estimate. There are too many variables which come into play which cannot be seen from any satellite or aerial view. Oxidation, dying plants, bad window frames, etc...

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Nate Falgoust

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Nate, I go on site for every estimate. There are too many variables which come into play which cannot be seen from any satellite or aerial view. Oxidation, dying plants, bad window frames, etc...

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Thanks man! I did one today and actually did it on site. Totally agree with that!!


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William Sutton II

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When I first started I visited every site that called for an estimate. I realized after washing several properties that if I pulled up the listing to get information such as Sf and material used to build the house as far as siding and then pulled up photos of the home from real estate sites and Google Earth that not only could I sell the home service for not only pressure washing, but for add on services as well. If its a large property or has many other variables I just cant calculate via these tools, I will visit. After 3 years being out of the business due to health issues, I also up sold them on additional services they needed, but did not give thought to until I brought it up to their attention. After you get the hang of things you will be more confident in doing these things. However, visiting all those properties helped shape my ability to perform this way.
 
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