Residential Work


#1

This is the first year I’ve really did any amount of residential window cleaning. Been kinda a commerical route guy, but I gotta say, I really like the residential side of this business. I’m staying around the lake, where the money’s at!


#2

I quit doing commercial work years ago. I do 100% residential and love it.

Nice house. Did you use a WFP for the job?


#3

I used a squeegee on all of it. When I clean it again in the fall I’ll use the WFP.


#4

Here’s another, this one’s been fun. Going to finish it tommorow.





#5

My god man!
What all do you have on that truck?
Does it stay loaded?

Mine is nowhere as cool.


#6

Lol, that’s the glass man’s truck. He was installing the shower doors.

I drive a Tundra. Not nearly as cluttered.


#7

2nd set of pics , 2nd pic
right foot of the ladder
Oh my …


#8

Woops thats scary. Happens to the best of us some times.


#9

I put the foot of the ladder that way on purpose. What’s wrong with that? The ground was slightly uneven, so I put the claws into the ground not only to grip better but to even the ladder some. That ladder wasn’t going anywhere, but I don’t mind learning some safety tips. Is that not safe to do?


#10

Micah, I use that very same technique when I’m too lazy to go get my LeveLok leg leveler off of my other extension ladder. I’ve never had a problem with it as long as the incline is so slight that the ladder stays level.

It beats putting a rock or stick under it for sure. But nothing beats a really good leg leveler.

On a side note, I PM’d you but I don’t know if you got it or not. I have no messages in my “sent box” so I’m at a loss as to what may have happened to the message I sent you


#11

Nuvodude,

Sorry, I havn’t gotten a PM from you. Try it again, or email me if you like.

micah@we-wash-windows.com

Thanks for the info on the ladder too.


#12

Thanks Micah! Check your email.