Micro-Rigs roof cleaning

bears

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my first rig lol

This was my first pressure washing rig. Back then i only pressure washed cars for dealers.
 

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BUNN

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Here's what my "micro-rig" looks like right now...


 
Don't get me wrong, but it amazes me how you guys get away parking/driving over the customer's grass. I've never done it myself, and I even put a piece of cardboard under my truck when I pull into a customer's driveway (i clean windows), my truck doesn't leak oil, but better to be safe than sorry.
 
Don't get me wrong, but it amazes me how you guys get away parking/driving over the customer's grass. I've never done it myself, and I even put a piece of cardboard under my truck when I pull into a customer's driveway (i clean windows), my truck doesn't leak oil, but better to be safe than sorry.

Katy I do not park in the drive way or on the grass if I can help it but I would asum that he had reason to park on the grass.
 
No gutters, and the home owners had a bunch of cars coming in and out, I was asked to park off the driveway to keep clear! If I went to the road I would have needed over 600 feet of hose. I normaly park on the road! This house was up a dirt road off in the woods from the road!
 

Scott D.

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It looked like it was on a piece of land (larger than a basic house lot), and usually those customers understand if your hoses wont reach from their driveways or something. Its the smaller, more manicured lawns that people freak out about.

hey Carlos, I clicked on your link, and It doesnt work. Something may be wrong with your site.
 
That what I asumed that was why you parked in the grass and yes the smaller homes with manicured lawns freak out when you hit one corner of grass with tire. Carlos that looks like nice job that micro trailer looks like it working for you. what kind pw hose reel did you go with on that rig.
 
hey Carlos, I clicked on your link, and It doesnt work. Something may be wrong with your site.

Going though some "arguments" with the people at US Website Builder (they suck big time), the guy that sold me the company, signed a contract with them for web design, and he doesn't know a lot about pc/internet, but there is when common sense comes into play ... they registered the domain name under their name and is theirs now, so I trying to see how much they want for it, if they try to fool me I'd rather change all my print marketing than paid them. I do not get a lot of business from there, and I'm working in some sort of "re-vamp" of my brand, so probably now is to do it, including online presence.

Did you have a chance to look that PDF that I sent you ?

watch out, Eduardo is coming :D
 
No gutters, and the home owners had a bunch of cars coming in and out, I was asked to park off the driveway to keep clear! If I went to the road I would have needed over 600 feet of hose. I normaly park on the road! This house was up a dirt road off in the woods from the road!

I understand that Jeff, and I'm not saying that I wouldn't do it if I had to, but is not the first picture that I see in that similar situation/environment.

Is the first time that I see YOU, but as I said, I wasn't complaining, just wondering ...

Nice Jeep BTW ;)
 

Scott D.

Member
Going though some "arguments" with the people at US Website Builder (they suck big time), the guy that sold me the company, signed a contract with them for web design, and he doesn't know a lot about pc/internet, but there is when common sense comes into play ... they registered the domain name under their name and is theirs now, so I trying to see how much they want for it, if they try to fool me I'd rather change all my print marketing than paid them. I do not get a lot of business from there, and I'm working in some sort of "re-vamp" of my brand, so probably now is to do it, including online presence.

Did you have a chance to look that PDF that I sent you ?

watch out, Eduardo is coming :D

Hopefully you get it figured out. We wouldnt have but maybe a job a week if it wasnt for our website.

We went to HEB this morning and that place was packed with people frantically buying everything. Im like people, its not even a cat 1 yet. We're talking maybe a little damage and a few outtages, but people are freaking out. I covered my truck and Jeep, just in case we get some hail. You should get some nice business if we get the dirty side of the storm. I would send out fliers "Now that Eduardo has destroyed your roof and scott cant clean it, Clean your windows and be the envy of your neighbors!!" lol
 

Atlas1

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Hopefully you get it figured out. We wouldnt have but maybe a job a week if it wasnt for our website.

We went to HEB this morning and that place was packed with people frantically buying everything. Im like people, its not even a cat 1 yet. We're talking maybe a little damage and a few outtages, but people are freaking out. I covered my truck and Jeep, just in case we get some hail. You should get some nice business if we get the dirty side of the storm. I would send out fliers "Now that Eduardo has destroyed your roof and scott cant clean it, Clean your windows and be the envy of your neighbors!!" lol

Hey Scott! How was it out in League City? I wonder if it was any worse than it was in Houston. We just got a steady moderate rain with some decent wind gusts. I went to Northern Tool yesterday afternoon, and people were loading up on generators. Oh well, they'll be prepared for the real one.
 

Sparklean

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Over in this section of Houston Edouardo gave us a pleasant breeze and some much needed rain. That's about it.
 
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