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Bidding for the price is a good start. The issues with actually doing them are the tenants.
Especially on the porches where they will tend to store a bunch of stuff and throw a tizzy if
you get them wet or whatever.
Notifications are recommended.
Price wise, Where is the water being drawn?
Is it the tenants water or from a water source belonging to the building owners control?
Since you are likely only cleaning the siding and not so much the brick, price it per section of siding.
Usually around 100-150 each.
The brick is what takes the most time to wash and generates a lot of grit debris which adds time to rinse off
everything in proximity.
If you have to wash that, double the price for each section.
Since there is no need for a lot of water so a small consumption machine should work for the purpose.
Most small units are 2gpm or less and are either electric or motor.
As long as the tank is high enough to provide for a decent gravity feed with a regular garden hose, there should
be no problem. Doing a test with the tank on the flow will determine the gpm requirement of the machine that is
compatible. Just fill a bucket and time it for specific amounts...1 gal, 2 gal etc.
When the gpm (gallons per minute) capability is determined, then he can buy a unit to work in that range.
My neighbor has a hunting lease with electricity available but no water. He is wanting to buy a power washer to use for washing off their atv's when they get muddy but wasn't sure if it would work. I did a little looking yesterday and from what I can tell (right or wrong) is that IF the power washer is a belt drive power washer then he is OK but if it's just an inexpensive one, it relies on being fed pressurized water. Is this accurate?
If he opts for the cheaper option would he need some kind of inline pump to provide the needed pressure?
What would you all recommend to him?
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