I’ve noticed something over my last year or so of trolling on the forums.
Canadian window cleaners seem to have far more optimism about window cleaning. They seem like they can pull of higher pricing, seem to feel that the market is a growing market not a saturated one. And the market here seems to not have as many established national service companies. Fish certainly doesn’t exist here and there seems to be not many dominating companies.
The Canadian guys here seem upbeat about cleaning, don’t complain as much about lowballing, and have more ideas about growth and such.
In addition all of us here have a fair share of storefront cleaning, whereas many Americans have extremely negative view of it, and have little or none of it.
What causes such pessimism south of the border?