The main purpose of any business that is operating as some kind of a profit making entity is, of course, to earn a profit at any given point in time. Hence, when you finally make the right choice and quit your job to start a pressure washing business that allows you to devote your time and attention towards something that is of actual value to you, suffice it to say that you would want to figure out how you can bill your customers in order to prop up your revenue streams in some way, shape or form.
The thing is, a lot of people that are still new to the Katy pressure washing make a huge mistake in this regard in that they charge lump sums for the projects that they end up being hired for. We feel like this is something that you shouldn’t do, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that your initial lump sum estimate might fall short of the actual charges that the scale of said project would have justified had you known about them from the very start.
A far more effective way to bill for pressure washing is to avoid giving quotes before the work gets started. Instead, try to measure how many square feet of surface area you had to pressure wash, and charge between ten to fifteen cents for each square foot. This would allow you to bill your clients a sum that is far more reasonable based on the level of hard work that you put into their tasks that justify compensation that is fair all in all.