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    This was a great read an oldie but a goodie :)
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    Thanks Guy. I did learn the old fashion way by asking knowledgeable guys who actually clean garages and how they did it. I asked and also get asked what prices can we look to get to clean these giants. Only one person always spouted off how he gets 25cents a sq', makes 70k a day cleaning garages because he can clean 280,000sq' a day including gum popping but doesn't have employees because he can't afford the workers comp. Time for me to do the right thing and protect other contractors from people like this instead of looking the other way. Those days are over.
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    Typical parking garage Power washing prices across the nation run on average in the range of .03-.10 sq' TRUE!! Once again ask around. I spoke to guys who have clean garages all the way from south Florida, to up North in Vermont to all the way west to California to southwest Texas & North west Illinois & many places in between. These prices are the average range for 100,000sq'+ garages nation wide.
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    Nice and clean

    Pricing myself out of jobs

    Probably looking at least 20 gallons of degreaser and meet profit would be around that but isn't that the reason we are in business to make money? People don't respect pressure washing companies because of the hacks who do a job that size for 500 dollars worth a home depot bought machine
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    Very nice work Ron ********** text me 480-5225227 ???Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I used fine recycled glass along with our Farrow System.
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    Yes, it's a Farrow System machine.
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    That looks great excellent work, is that a farrow machine I looked into buying one a couple years ago.
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    Looks terrific ! What do you use for the media? Must be something fairly soft.
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    This is the front of that building we've been working on for the last week or so. This is the front of that same building right after we restored it with our wet abrasive blasting process. The history of the building is that it was originally constructed in the 1920s as a Chevrolet dealership in Hopewell New Jersey and operated as a Chevrolet dealership until General Motors shut them two years ago. Anyway it's being repurposed as a Green Organic Farmers Market... and no chemicals were used in this restoration.
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    This is a project we did last week which we're just wrapping up right now. The building was from 1920's and had close to 100 years of dirt and crud on all the bricks. You can see the old color of the building on the left side and the restored area on the right. This is the side of the building wet abrasive blasted... note how there is no dust and no water on the ground... very clean! This is what this side of the building looked like all cleaned up This is the back of the same building before we wet abrasive blasted it.. the area on the right is still being worked on by the masons. This is what the back looked like all cleaned up This black stuff was all over the building and pretty much is what had to be removed without damaging the bricks. Again what the bricks looked like all cleaned up and ready for sealer. Again the wet abrasive process in action... Note how there is very little water (Just enough to control dust) and how the ground stays dry. Still the building cleaned up real nice even in 100º temp Hey it's good to be green!:thumbsup: