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Old 01-14-2008, 03:54 PM
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Boat estimates??????????

Hello all,

Great site with some great info. I was wondering how everyone bids powerwashing boats? I live close to the water and think this would be a great quick hit. Is an accurate estimate .15 a ft? Please let me know.


Also, is a John Deere 3000 psi, 4 gpm sufficient for strictly residental? Can most houses even supply 4 gpm or should I bring a 55 gallon drum? Any help would be appreciated. OOH RAH!!!
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Old 01-14-2008, 04:34 PM
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3000 PSI/4.0 Gal. is enough for most jobs.
You can use a 35 Gal. tank with a floating valve to prevent pump starvation when unsure about residential water pressure.
Call Bob at Pressure Tek
http://www.PressureTek.com
12404 Triskett Rd Cleveland, Ohio 44111
Local 216-634-0025
Toll Free 1-866-700-0044
Email: sales@pressuretek.com
He will set you up for proper nozzles (important) and chemicals.
You better not use to much pressure and carry good GL insurance...
I stay away from boats and airplane because of liability...
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Old 01-21-2008, 12:27 AM
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i also have interest in powerwashing boats, how do u plan to advertise this buisness, and where will the actual powerwashing take place, at the marinas or at a private dock
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