In my case, I already had 5 years experience washing windows and the person I hired had less so not going to double income.
Typically, an owner will generate higher level of income than an employee.
Each person running a single employee or a crew will generate different levels of income based on many factors. Organization of the leader, price, structure, efficiency, wages.
I figured early on an employee had to generate $60,000 in sales to be worth it, currently they’ll generate a little more than that mainly because my jobs are much more tightly scheduled, we’re getting more done in a day, experience levels of the employees and price structure dropping the lower-paying jobs over the years.
Back to your question if hiring after 3 months really depends on if you have the work load to carry the wages and your experience level. Meaning, if you’re still trying to figure things out from pricing scheduling the whole works of running a business it’s kind of hard to throw an employee in there also you’ll have much much more down time and you’ll be paying the employee for a lot of that.