• Published on May 26, 2022

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  • Forever Self Employed
    Forever Self Employed  11 months ago +4

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    • Get Higgy Wit It
      Get Higgy Wit It 8 months ago


    • Get Higgy Wit It
      Get Higgy Wit It 8 months ago

      I was watching some of your videos and then I see this one with the LSU helmet and the hat. Bro where you located. I’m in Ponchatoula. Thinking about starting this business finally.

  • Directmantis6
    Directmantis6 11 months ago +117

    Just scheduled 965$ in jobs for this week today! Your videos have helped me a ton!

    • s1lo
      s1lo 10 days ago

      Make some youtube videos.

    • Nate Axelson
      Nate Axelson 2 months ago

      nice job bro just wondering how do you quote house washing?

    • Honeychick 4ever2
      Honeychick 4ever2 3 months ago

      Congratulations 🎉🎊🎊🎉🎊
      I'm trying to get started too.

    • 313 MEX
      313 MEX 3 months ago

      @Directmantis6 hey so uve been at it for about 1 yr?,have you had steady work every week?

    • Blake Phelan
      Blake Phelan 3 months ago

      @Directmantis6 is it difficult getting the phone to ring? What methods have you used?

  • James Caricola
    James Caricola 11 months ago +44

    Such a learning curve on pricing jobs. I try to stick around 100-150 a hr or 600 for the day. Would be nice to make 600 everyday but just not realistic early on at least for me. Will be finishing 3 jobs this week. 1850 washing pavers sanding and sealing then 600 clean then sand and lastly have a 12 ft exterior wall that’s 20 feet wide gonna paint that for 400 so 2850 this week!

  • Eon GB
    Eon GB 11 months ago +8

    Love the info and videos man! Me and my bro are planning on starting up a business here soon. Your videos have been invaluable

  • Ray Cox
    Ray Cox 3 months ago +2

    I own my own business and love this channel. Sometimes I do by hour. Sometimes by square footage plus the chemical I use. Nice to see you helping others out. I’m in Alabama with my business. Great videos bud

  • Roddyon Marcelle
    Roddyon Marcelle 4 months ago

    Thank you Jus...You opened my eyes a lot with this video. Somtimes while I am doing the job I felt like am under-charging..However, this calculation would help me out a lot better moving forward!

  • J S
    J S 11 months ago +12

    I’ve found myself quoting jobs too cheap. I learned when I washed a 2,300 square foot home for $350 and testing the waters I booked a 1,500 square foot home for the same price. I realized then I needed to be charging more for the bigger homes.

    • JAFO4U
      JAFO4U 3 months ago

      @JasonPorena Been in my Big house in South Florida for 22 years, not always true. I find anyone coming to do work on my home tend to try to rake me over the coals because of my house.

    • Indiana Power Clean
      Indiana Power Clean 7 months ago +2

      have a bare minimum rate and build from there ,I charge A 350 MIN and that will cover a basic house wash for a single story 1200 sq ft average type home which should take about an hour or less

    • J. Hernandez
      J. Hernandez 8 months ago +1

      That sounds about right in my area. 2300 square ft single story should be 2 hours tops washing

    • ImSo Littt
      ImSo Littt 9 months ago

      @JasonPorena haha

    • JasonPorena
      JasonPorena 10 months ago +15

      If they have a big home, they have big money

  • Terre Alexander
    Terre Alexander 4 months ago

    Justin went over pricing perfectly. that is exactly how I would describe how to come up with your prices to someone new.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 28 days ago

    Thank you for sharing your information and experience. I have a carpentery and painting business. But this is still helping me greatly.
    Thank you

  • FamilyFunCarsCrypto
    FamilyFunCarsCrypto 8 months ago +17

    I am watching this before I go give a home estimate for my first customer, (hopefully). Dad is loaning me the pressure washer and it's his house along with my sister's and brothers house's.
    So this is my chance to get started and I'm going to seize the moment!
    Thank you very much!

    • MrReinark
      MrReinark 7 days ago

      Tell me how it went, I'd love to know, as I want to do the same very soon!

  • Timothy Rogers
    Timothy Rogers 11 months ago +11

    Did my first job yesterday. Basic wash on a Camper at $5 a foot. Made a quick $200.

  • Tyler SkyWalker
    Tyler SkyWalker 11 months ago +15

    Just landed my first job! $650. Thanks for all the advice man!

  • Warrior Light
    Warrior Light 2 months ago

    Thank you for this, I understood about 60-70 percent of what you said so I have some homework to do.
    The question I have is that if I am just starting off how can I get going? Just knocking on neighboring houses? Spring is right around the corner and I want to set myself up for the rest of the year from now so this seems like a great business to start.

  • Andy Luna
    Andy Luna 11 months ago

    Thanks! Quick question, for Garbage enclosures in CA would you charge more?

  • Bryan
    Bryan 10 months ago +1

    Have you done this for line striping? I'm starting my own business and i really need to figure that out

  • Creative Hussle
    Creative Hussle 6 months ago

    #PRICING Thank you Justin man this is very helpful

  • Detrick Brown
    Detrick Brown 11 months ago

    Not sure you’ll see this but could you maybe do a video for pressure washing but the paperwork side of it like contract layouts, invoices, how we are taxed etc.?

    • Forever Self Employed
      Forever Self Employed  11 months ago +1

      Paperwork (invoicing, keeping up with customers):
      Taxes: keep 20- 30% set aside for taxes

  • Brian Fox
    Brian Fox 10 months ago

    Justin do you use a CRM and how do you use it?? Billing, Email follow up ,sales leads??

  • Ktown77
    Ktown77 2 months ago

    Question: what would you use on travertine?

  • Chris Yarber
    Chris Yarber 4 months ago +1

    What is the best way to check out how much the competition in my area charges?

  • S Lawrence
    S Lawrence 11 months ago

    100% Agree. Nice work!

  • Amanda McBride
    Amanda McBride 5 months ago +1

    Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you! First big bid here tomorrow. Went straight to the million dollar homes. High lead flow but will see. 30$/hr is perfect but i know i need to raise it soon. Wish me luck LOL. Love your content love love

  • Sean Hawrylak
    Sean Hawrylak 3 months ago

    Been learning alot from u bro

  • Ace Boogie
    Ace Boogie 11 months ago +2

    What surface cleaner do you recommend for a 3200psi Simpson honda pressure washer?

  • Shark 797
    Shark 797 9 months ago +1

    I ordered the ball valve from the link in your description. Did you have to seal it yourself? It was leaking from both sides brand new out of the package

    • Zachary O
      Zachary O 3 months ago

      If it’s threaded you need thread tape

  • Basciano Watches
    Basciano Watches 11 months ago

    Your videos are awesome man Thankyou!

  • Lake Pickens
    Lake Pickens 7 months ago +2

    Should you have a minimum amount per job even for small jobs like $150

  • ImSo Littt
    ImSo Littt 9 months ago

    So I’m in senior year in high school and want to work at pressure washing since my other job I wanted didn’t go as planned so now I am trying to find out what to do after I graduate. Do I just look up pressure washing businesses? And apply if I don’t want to do my own business just because it’s not my tea to run one

  • Nixk3G
    Nixk3G 11 months ago +2

    for a starter, how many jobs is considered good per week? i’ve been doing other contracting jobs but i don’t know the standards / etc for PW

    • Kyler Thompson
      Kyler Thompson 5 days ago

      @Terre Alexander only two jobs a week? I just stated and I do 2-4 a day.

    • Terre Alexander
      Terre Alexander 4 months ago

      2 jobs a week is good have your min price set at ($ per hour+ 30%) you can't go wrong.
      $100/hour is industry standard but some locations are more or less.

  • southTXgoat
    southTXgoat 2 months ago

    Do you approach businesses or do business approach you through ads?

  • Ben Tackett
    Ben Tackett 11 months ago +5

    I just started 3 weeks ago, and have done around 15 estimates and got 0 jobs. I’m doing .20 per sqft for houses and .15 per sqft for driveways. Everyone I have followed up with tells me the same thing “I can get so and so to do it for about 150 dollars”
    I can’t land a single job here.

    • Indiana Power Clean
      Indiana Power Clean 7 months ago +2

      dont be discouraged by not landing jobs the people who dont want to pay are not your customers .if you didnt close on 15 leads you might be out pricing yourself or may need to adjust your approach, when customer says they can get Joe Shmoe to come for x amount dollars cheaper then remind customer that you are a professional with commerical grade equipment and not a "handy man"with a pressure washer from walmart, and that you are licensed and insured for both your and there protection , your the quality guy not the cheap guy and never sale yourself short. you might try flat rating jobs until lyou get a better feel for pricing and quoting, charge a 350 min and build from there

    • Robert Romero
      Robert Romero 8 months ago

      Do it for 150 you must be making money from something else or your just being lazy.

    • Sundown798
      Sundown798 11 months ago +1

      Got to keep grinding bro. What has worked for me is always show up professional with your professional rig. Do a walkthrough and explain the cleaning process. I also will throw in something free like cleaning the shed to make the customer to think they are getting a deal for example. So many ways takes some time then will take off. Good luck man! Always have a edge up from the competition.

  • Warrior Light
    Warrior Light 2 months ago

    Also the time of which the free course I starting is when I start my regular gig, is it possible to get a recorded version of that class please?

    • Warrior Light
      Warrior Light 2 months ago

      I'm referring to the free pressure washing business class

  • Jesse Rodriguez Noya
    Jesse Rodriguez Noya 9 months ago +1

    Hello everyone I’m in the process of creating my own self company and I was wondering if anyone has an idea of how to price fence?
    Any suggestions helps,thank you very much.

  • Deluxe Exterior Cleaning LLC

    Why did you say the Home Advisor pricing method wouldn’t help if you were pricing a 2k sq ft home?

  • Rich Sainsbury
    Rich Sainsbury 9 months ago

    Great info thanks

  • Pinky's Pressure Wash
    Pinky's Pressure Wash 11 months ago

    Another great video sir!

  • Luke Pastor
    Luke Pastor 11 months ago +1

    Should my drive way per square foot and siding square foot be the same?

  • Chris Yarber
    Chris Yarber 4 months ago +1

    I'm just starting my business but I'm working my regular job while I'm building it so I can still have regular income so time is an issue for me right now so I want to get good at marketing because I know that's what will get me business

  • Daily Dose Of Random
    Daily Dose Of Random 4 months ago +1

    love this info. I'm 15 and this is really helping me out.

    • Florida Man
      Florida Man Month ago

      Looks like we're all about the same age. Honestly I'm just gonna save up money and buy a pressure washer if I actually go through with this plan.

    • sports4858 is awesome
      sports4858 is awesome 2 months ago

      Hey how is your business going I am thinking about starting and am your age and im curious about how well your doing

  • Dylan Crowe
    Dylan Crowe 11 months ago +3

    If I wanted to start up my own pressure washing business, do I need to get registered and get a EIN number?

    • Ripple Ranger
      Ripple Ranger 4 months ago

      U don't need a LLC if you're sole proprietor

    • DylanfromtheH00d
      DylanfromtheH00d 11 months ago

      I'm not paying anything

    • Dark Light
      Dark Light 11 months ago +1

      You need both of those things you need a LLC and a business license and business name. which isn’t expensive if you register it through your LLC 25 dollars I think.. And general liability insurance which is 500-1500 for my area yearly. I saw quotes for about 29 dollars a month not bad at all. (All of this is for my area prices may vary)

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    • Dylan Crowe
      Dylan Crowe 11 months ago +1

      Or could I start so small that I could wait until I get more customers?

  • Tyler Cotugno
    Tyler Cotugno 10 months ago +1

    Is bleach okay to use on all houses for power washing?
    I need to know what bleach can be used on and what it cannot for power washing. What ratios/percentages do you guys use? Will it discolor any surfaces that aren’t white? Will it kill grass/vegetation? Can it be used on asphalt driveways?

    • Tuvzii
      Tuvzii 9 months ago

      did you ever find out ?

  • lanny brown
    lanny brown 20 days ago

    nice video with good information

  • Rush Music
    Rush Music 11 months ago +1

    How do you quote whole houses? Roof and driveway you can do by sq ft but what about sides of the house? just quote by the hour?

    • Forever Self Employed
      Forever Self Employed  11 months ago

      Every house is different so it makes it more difficult just to give standard pricing. I like to charge by my time because I can take into considerations the specific house.

  • Global Noise
    Global Noise 2 months ago

    great tips man

  • Kevin Gardiner
    Kevin Gardiner 4 months ago

    Can you or anyone else tell me the kind of power washer I would need to start doing drive ways paths etc and the chemicals I would need to start on roofs any help would be great please

  • Joji Joseph Vaikom
    Joji Joseph Vaikom 9 months ago

    What's the model and psi suggested machine to start with.

  • Servant Softwash ENC
    Servant Softwash ENC 11 months ago

    great info

  • Mohamed Bazzaz
    Mohamed Bazzaz 2 months ago

    Do you have any per square metre rates?

  • M25
    M25 4 months ago

    Do you need a water tank? Or do you use the clients water ?

  • Nesta Ismail
    Nesta Ismail 11 months ago +2

    i am trying to have a pressure washing business going but i need 4years joirneyman experience in California which i dont have . Its so frustrating to have the money time and ready to work but the laws sometimes just seem to be there to keep the onse down just there . I hope i cn figure out a way around this problem.

    • emmanuel carretero
      emmanuel carretero 8 months ago

      Did you guys figure out a work around yet?

    • Nesta Ismail
      Nesta Ismail 11 months ago

      @JERRY SERNA i know man . if you ever hear something useful pls dont forget me ..i am baffled myself .

      JERRY SERNA 11 months ago +1

      @ Nesta Ismail, yeah California is something else, I’m in Southern California and I’m totally confused

  • OriginalMK7
    OriginalMK7 11 months ago +2

    I’m about to start a pressure washing business.

  • The Fly
    The Fly 11 months ago

    Very good speaking

  • Jeremy Light
    Jeremy Light 19 days ago

    What do you mean when you say "converting"?

  • Luke Pastor
    Luke Pastor 11 months ago

    I live in Michigan any idea how much I should charge per square foot ?

  • Ral Val
    Ral Val 8 months ago

    Can I get some help.. can you also call it power washing?

  • Ryan Hollins Jr
    Ryan Hollins Jr 11 months ago +2

    My plan is too buy a pressure washer similar too yours and pressure wash my driveway , sidewalk areas etc, in hope of my neighbors seeing me and asking If I'll do there own property. My lip side gig as I currently have a full time job with 2 kids and a wife too support. I'm 22 btw so any tips or ideas will help let me know what you think thanks.

  • Dylan Unrau
    Dylan Unrau 11 months ago

    The minimum wage in the US is atrocious if you were only making $500 every two weeks I was pulling almost ,$600 a week and a minimum wage job in Canada and the US dollar is worth 20 percent less that ours but more than a 100 percent increase in pay crazy

  • cj james
    cj james 11 months ago +8

    You’re the type of guy who loves being called daddy in the bedroom

  • Jorge Avila
    Jorge Avila 6 months ago

    Sheeeshh im barely starting, good tips .

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    M25 4 months ago

    What chemicals do you use ?

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  • Matthew Tarr
    Matthew Tarr 8 months ago

    Starting a business with a good friend. I make 288 a day now. Give or take. What what be a good number to shoot for for both of us plus the business to make money?

    • Zachary O
      Zachary O 3 months ago

      1500 to 3500 a week for 2 people

  • Construction Standard L.L.C.

    Im charging .45 cents a sq ft

  • Billy Constanzi
    Billy Constanzi 11 months ago

    Where are you located in Louisiana?

  • Vincent Girard
    Vincent Girard 6 days ago

    Need a example of the quote.

    • Vincent Girard
      Vincent Girard 6 days ago

      200 square feet driveway then multiply by .15 cents?

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  • Scott Vowell
    Scott Vowell 11 months ago +4

    Justin, how would you respond to this question? How many cents per sq ft?
    This builder has abt 100 homes in the pipeline right now. Avg price 650k to 2 mil.
    “What do you charge to power wash the garages, driveway, walkways and porch’s on a typical home at the end of construction.”

    • Scott Vowell
      Scott Vowell 11 months ago +1

      I’m considering a quote of 10 cents per sq foot. Thoughts?

    • Scott Vowell
      Scott Vowell 11 months ago

      @Forever Self Employed the square footage ranges between 3000 and 6000 sq ft.

    • Forever Self Employed
      Forever Self Employed  11 months ago

      I have no idea because i don’t know about how big the driveways, and garages are but if you can go look at them figure up a lower cost average for all of them because you’ll be getting a higher quantity.
      Or just give this dude a range on what you would need based on size of the job.

    • Tony B
      Tony B 11 months ago

      For a bigger commercial job, I’d go at a lower rate /Sq ft since it’d be more about squeezing out the quantity in that contract as well as any future contracts from that contractor if u do good job😉, rather than a higher one time payday

  • DylanfromtheH00d
    DylanfromtheH00d 11 months ago

    Why are their so many Dylans in the comment section? Weirdddd

  • Michael Andrew
    Michael Andrew 5 months ago

    Why your finger look so long in the thumbnail?💀

    • Michael Andrew
      Michael Andrew 5 months ago

      @Forever Self Employed boy idk how you got it all the way up there in the thumbnail but props to you 😂

    • Forever Self Employed
      Forever Self Employed  5 months ago +1

      That’s my wiener ….

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    Irish42 3 days ago

    Aron and I