I recently have started up a window cleaning company in Chicago and we utilize cargo bikes for our storefront work. I have two Hudson backpacks and am trying to utilize them and WFP for this route work. Do you have any suggestions or thoughts on how to make this work? Water access can be hard to find at each storefront so maybe it’s just more practical to do traditional methods? I have attached a picture of one of our bikes as well.
Let me know if anyone out there has an idea of how to make it work.
I thought about giving each bike a DI unit to hook up when downtown…there are spots for water we would just have to find them. It may be too much and maybe I should just stick with the traditional methods like we have been doing! Let me know your thoughts.
I started a different window cleaning co a year ago with a friend and we parted ways and my new company has been going since November. I have been cleaning widows for about 1.5 years and had the idea for these bikes a little over a year ago. We love them in the Chicago traffic!
Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Resource mobile app
Such a great idea! I’ve wanted to do this in Denver for awhile now and just haven’t gotten around to it.
WFP work on a mobile unit like that would be challenging indeed. I’m sure you are gonna want to stay as light as possible so the Unger HiFlo DI Vessel might be kinda slick. What is the tds at in Chicago?
The Unger HiFlo Di is what I use currently I like the tank, it’s a handy easy size, but my TDS is running around 150 so I this next summer I plan on upgrading to something a little more powerful. I would think it would fit pretty well into a bike setup like yours - as long as you are able to find a water source.
Hey Ryan like the bike idea . Something your going to have to think about if you
Have your guys use wfp is theft . At some point they will have to go an do an inside
Or a backdoor talk to a customer use the bathroom ect. I think jmo traditional for store
Fronts is the way to go. I think it is just as fast if not faster.