The site is really impressive. Looks amazing and is well put together. Seems as though he is also well educated in the art of window cleaning. I just can’t figure out why he would price so darn low. I’m happy to not be working for a company that is a competitor of his, nor a company that has a similar price structure. I don’t work in orange county (I’d think San Diego is similar) but $305 ($213.50 with the special offer) for a 2 story 3800-4200 square foot house inside and out with free track cleaning (which most of us know this alone can take hours since the term “cleaning” is subjective, and some tracks are just disgustingly dirty) plus screens AND 8 mirrors is ridiculous. Companies like this are setting a standard to homeowners that is extremely hard to make a decent profit from while providing excellent service. Good luck to Mr. Watson; he does have a beautiful site, wish he would take advantage of it.
I agree with Justin completely. beautiful layout, but we are killing ourselves as an industry when we are willing to do such subjective work with great hazards and insurance costs for such little money. on another note- how many of you find success with instant quotes based on square footage or similar criteria? I can’t understand why my market would be so much different than everyone else’s, but in Milwaukee a lot of the homes have older windows. and even with newer windows, there are so many different set-ups that the price swings can be drastic. I would much rather give my customers an accurate price that is not higher than it needs to be and also high enough to cover my but on every single job. his built-in calculator could never accomplish that. do your prices just get raised when you sh