Do It Yourself Guide for Window Cleaning

Do It Yourself Guide for Window Cleaning

by George Allen Coate (Photographer)

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Overview

Do It Yourself Guide for Window Cleaning contains everything you need to know about cleaning glass. In the "Equipment & Supplies" chapter, there are digital photographs and descriptions of the various types of equipment now being used by the Pro's. The "Techniques" chapter contains 48 digital photographs; an actual step by step pictorial of a journeyman window cleaner cleaning a window using the swirl method, the straight pull method, cleaning a box window and the proper procedures for poll work. The "Helpful Hints & Safety Procedures" chapter contains pertinent information that will save you time and money and the most important thing, your life. "The Business End" chapter takes you through all the steps necessary to start your own small business, such as licenses and certificates, insurance, advertising, bidding jobs, writing proposals and hiring help. There is also a copy of a standard proposal. It's compact in size but big on information, which, for the do-it-yourselfer, makes it ideal for on the job referencing. With the information in this book, you can learn to clean windows like the Pro's, and if you so desire, become a Pro and make the money the Pro's make.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780963399670
Publisher: G. A. Coate Publishing
Publication date: 02/28/2006
Edition description: G.A. COATE
Pages: 52
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

George entered the window cleaning business in 1986 as strictly a small family business. However, as Las Vegas grew so did the company and soon he was in the high-rise window cleaning business. With his casino experience and background in management and engineering, he soon acquired contracts on the majority of high-rise buildings in southern Nevada. Expanding the business meant designing and fabricating new equipment, developing new techniques and hiring more help. However, there was a shortage of competent help, so he took inexperienced applicants and trained them to be window cleaners, and the majority of his former employees are still in the business, and owe their careers to his training. In 1992, George and Michael Omalia published the first book on window cleaning, "Beginners Guide to Window Cleaning". George also owned a large window cleaning supply company, and after retiring in 2005, he realized that, with all the new equipment and techniques that have been developed over the years, it was time for a new book on window cleaning.

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