add 25¢-50¢/ pane to your regular rate. For instance, if you charge $10 for a regular double hung, charge between $12-$14 for a 4-over-4 (what you have pictured). If it’s an 8 pane casement, and your regular charge is $7, then charge between $9-$11. I’m still at 25¢/pane, but the base rates are higher, and I’m pretty fast with cut-ups.
Also, how much would you charge for cleaning these screens, and how would you clean them (screen magic?)?
I have always charged everything by the pane and I clean traditionally.
When it comes to exoskeleton French panes I charge $1.50-3. Some exoskeleton ones are plastic inserts you pop off and since there is no stop go I charge normal rate depending on actual size of panes (“small medium large”).
As mentioned above, it is all in the detail and stop go or if I have to be careful to make customer happy!
Screens. I would use a bucket of dawn soapy water and rub it with a hand brush then hose out using the flat spray setting medium pressure and hand dry or air dry. (Wouldn’t use a pressure washer).
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On the screens $5 to $10 per screen opening. If they are metal soap and water. Unless u have a 4000 psi pressure washer and a 45 degree tip ur just going to soak their enclosed patio and get thier windows all wet. If the screens r not metal use speedy screen a porch that size I probable would be $75 to $125 depending how many total panels u have but with speedy screen it will only take u 15 min to clean in and out
For the windows, base rate + $1 to $2; whatever your region can demand.
I have done screens like before and because of the furnishings and stuff inside I could not hose or PW without getting everything a wet mess. I used my scrubber with Dawn and water, then had a few bath sized towels to wipe them down. (Be sure the screens aren’t old or ready to pull out!!). They turned out great and I charged my per window price. I should have charged more as it was more work than a traditional window clean.