Another thing to remember is you will cut your time even more on the next clean. Because you have been cleaning these windows with soap in the past it takes a little more time the first clean with the wfp. Next clean the windows will be soapless and you can more a little faster. Glad you had a good experience
Sounds like you made some money then . For those big homes that have 800-1000 frenchies WFPS are the only way. Last year I did a house with 800 panes all by hand, it took our crew of 3 about 7 hrs in 104 degree heat. We could only do one pane at a time! Really bad decision. This year Im gonna tame that beast with pure water!
my season starts to die now. Im getting everything set up next year for wfp. even though we realy dont have alot a frenchies out here i know it will save me time and aloww me to market to the million dollar homes more effectivly and efficently.
I have a couple of issues with this house. Most of the windows are in direct sunlight, all of the window sections are 12’ tall so ladders are needed even on the first floor, and…the owner is a Vascular Surgeon. He is used to looking at very tiny details. Close enough is not close enough…they all must be perfect! (including the corners of every pane).
Here is the good news…with the WFP they all came out perfect…even by his eye.
As far as looking for French pane houses…I have dozens of regular customers with houses like this. That is part of what motivated me to make the leap to WFP.