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  3. Hey guys I've been stumped on cleaning a couple metal roofs. They have a white film on them anyone know what to use?
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  5. Gotcha, you almost hit the topic well-detailed. I have the same struggle with roof cleaning. I need someone to look over my roof to test if it needs a replacement. Does anyone know about https://www.rencoroofing.com/
  6. Could someone please tell me which tsunami water separator I will need to run a flojet g57 air system?
  7. Hey guys I am having a hard time finding pressure/soft washing and window cleaning insurance above 3 stories. I use Joseph Walters but they don't offer it. Anyone have any info?
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  9. I had a Dura Lock roof system installed on our new home in August of 2006. For a couple of years we have noticed some grandeur (stone) coming off. Upon a complete inspection this year and it is coming off all over the roof. We paid $38,800.00 for this roof and don’t know what to do. I have read a lot on line and it doesn’t look that good for the home owner. We have a warranty number for there Signature Series. It is 400394,06. Thank you and please let me know if I can be of more help. Sincerely, Paul Bosschem 8855 Johnson Road Kaleva, Michigan 49645 Phone: 231-889-9025 cell 231-920-1843 email: paulginny2@gmail.com
  10. I will start working on it as soon as I can. My job has allowed me to build a great network so I know I'm a step ahead on building a market. Thanks.
  11. I will start working on it as soon as I can. My job has allowed me to build a great network so I know I'm a step ahead on building a market. Thanks.
  12. Welcome Dustin. For hauling water, you would only need a CDL if you have over 10,000 lbs GCVWR. It's the SH that you need to worry about. You can only carry 1000lbs of it. I am positive if you see black streaks on roofs, there is a market for it. Believe it or not, even my area of Florida people are mostly uneducated about roof cleaning. We've been changing that for a number of years now. The market here is saturated, but not with high level professionals. The first thing to do is forget what anyone else is doing in your area. Lead the way forging your own path. Those other guys will come and go. Some will stand the test of time, some won't. The thing I always say is if you're focusing on their business, you're not minding your own business. Businesses that get the most attention grow the fastest, so put your attention on yours. I operate like there is nobody else on earth that does what I do. There are people who claim to do similar things, but it's not what you do, it's how you do it that matters. Good luck on your new venture. This forum is the best place to learn about roof cleaning, and you'll get a lot of help growing your business here too.
  13. You will have to check your local laws about how much chemical you can carry. Until you can use a 55 gallon drum, but your SH in smaller amounts, and charge accordingly. I am sure people there would like a clean roof, but many dont know they can safely have one! That is your job now, to get a rig, and clean some roofs, and develop your local market.
  14. Hello everyone. I'm Dustin and I live in the southwest corner of Mo, 20 miles south of Joplin. I grew up working with my dad and his HVAC business around the Joplin metro. I went to college at OSU and received a degree in Automotive Science and Engineering. I worked as a dealership mechanic for 6 years. Then, became a police officer. The last few years, I have been looking for a side business. One I could work on my days off and potentially do full time as business grows. I would open a shop but the startup cost is too high and I would have to hire several employees to actual make it viable with my crazy schedule. I've played with tons of different ideas. I've done manual labor my whole life and have many skills from concrete to drywall to electrical work. One business I have repeatedly come back to is power washing. The problem is, here, every guy with a suspended driver's license, a 93 Chevy pickup and a stolen power washer is calling themselves a business and washing anything and everything for nothing. The market is very over saturated. While I understand these guys are not the real competition they have made it hard to get started without going after the big jobs that the big companies have locked down. In my research I discovered roof cleaning and the RCIA. I searched the area and found, no one is doing it here. The closest business to me is Shingle Brite and they are an hour and a half east. Everywhere I look I see roofs that need cleaned. Even nice clean houses have dirty roofs. I think there is a massive market here that hasn't been tapped. I think a large part is ignorance to roof cleaning. Everyone I've talked to said they just thought their roof was old and that's how they look. I've been reading on here for hours a day for weeks. I jumped in and got a premium membership last week. I'm looking very seriously at starting my own roof washing business. I've drawn up a dozen mock ups of trailer set ups. I've been eyeing the Outlaw skid to wash with and skipping the 12v pumps. Currently, I have 3 concerns. First, is water/liquid hauling. If I have over 119 gallons or 1000lbs of liquid I need a CDL with a tanker endorsement, right? Or am I reading that wrong? Second, is a good SH supply. Pools are very seasonal here and 10% in a gallon jug seems to all anyone has. The nearest bulk supply is an hour+ drive. Lot of diesel to burn and gamble using up a 55g drum. Lastly, is there actually a market for roof cleaning here or is that why no one does it. We also get a ton of hail here roofs get replaced constantly. I'm afraid no one will pay what it's worth.
  15. Hello everyone. I'm Dustin and I live in the southwest corner of Mo, 20 miles south of Joplin. I grew up working with my dad and his HVAC business around the Joplin metro. I went to college at OSU and received a degree in Automotive Science and Engineering. I worked as a dealership mechanic for 6 years. Then, became a police officer. The last few years, I have been looking for a side business. One I could work on my days off and potentially do full time as business grows. I would open a shop but the startup cost is too high and I would have to hire several employees to actual make it viable with my crazy schedule. I've played with tons of different ideas. I've done manual labor my whole life and have many skills from concrete to drywall to electrical work. One business I have repeatedly come back to is power washing. The problem is, here, every guy with a suspended driver's license, a 93 Chevy pickup and a stolen power washer is calling themselves a business and washing anything and everything for nothing. The market is very over saturated. While I understand these guys are not the real competition they have made it hard to get started without going after the big jobs that the big companies have locked down. In my research I discovered roof cleaning and the RCIA. I searched the area and found, no one is doing it here. The closest business to me is Shingle Brite and they are an hour and a half east. Everywhere I look I see roofs that need cleaned. Even nice clean houses have dirty roofs. I think there is a massive market here that hasn't been tapped. I think a large part is ignorance to roof cleaning. Everyone I've talked to said they just thought their roof was old and that's how they look. I've been reading on here for hours a day for weeks. I jumped in and got a premium membership last week. I'm looking very seriously at starting my own roof washing business. I've drawn up a dozen mock ups of trailer set ups. I've been eyeing the Outlaw skid to wash with and skipping the 12v pumps. Currently, I have 3 concerns. First, is water/liquid hauling. If I have over 119 gallons or 1000lbs of liquid I need a CDL with a tanker endorsement, right? Or am I reading that wrong? Second, is a good SH supply. Pools are very seasonal here and 10% in a gallon jug seems to all anyone has. The nearest bulk supply is an hour+ drive. Lot of diesel to burn and gamble using up a 55g drum. Lastly, is there actually a market for roof cleaning here or is that why no one does it. We also get a ton of hail here roofs get replaced constantly. I'm afraid no one will pay what it's worth.
  16. I think the majority of them use the Facebook page now, although it is not very active either.
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  19. I too need chemical guidance for cleaning painted standing seam roofs.
  20. Hey, welcome aboard. We're glad to have you. Are the raccoons hard to keep still while you're washing them? lol j/k...great name!
  21. Hi everyone! We are Washing Raccoons, work in Los Angeles area, glad to be here!
  22. I'm thinking of putting my system on either a trailer or flatbed truck. Which would you recommend?
  23. So if you were going to either buy or build a new set up, and had a limited budget of say less than $1000. What type of setup would you start with air or 12 volt? And what components you would buy if building your own system?
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