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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$7 days$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Soil Lint Green Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23/February/2008 at 2:49am
Originally posted by Just Ol' Willy Just Ol' Willy wrote:

By myself 42,000 SF common areas in a seniors residence.It took 7 long days, but was a nice paycheck a month later.


Gave you arms like Arnold's eh? Approve
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Originally posted by FriendlyHammer FriendlyHammer wrote:

Originally posted by John L John L wrote:

1,000,000 X .20SFT = $20,000,000 Annually..!!
.10SFT = $10,000,000..!!
Holly COW..! Friendly your da MAN..! Banana%20Dance


That's Kenny-math!
 
LOL! The math that makes extra-ordinary cashola..!!
Where is everyone posting? TMF?
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Carpets loaded with sugar and butter in a candied popcorn facility took 7 hours to do and it was over 5 thousand sqft top and bottom floor.  $50/hr.
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity? Stern Smile
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Usually I charge $0.15 per sq.ft, 4500 sq.ft job takes me around 4 hours.
$0.15 X 4500=$675.00
$675.00: 4=$168.75 an hour.
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Man you work cheap. I charge 350 for 1000 sq feet.
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Originally posted by Ninja user Ninja user wrote:

use the wand 90% of the time, and the rotovac for restorative carpet cleaning...

use it more when they are looking
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Originally posted by westcovina westcovina wrote:

Man you work cheap. I charge 350 for 1000 sq feet.

You are in SoCal.  You have living costs that are greatly exaggerated compared to national norms.

Here in Oregon when the average combined household income barely reaches over $40k a year, where the cost of living makes the art of surviving a challenge, we do whole homes for $55-$99.  Most people here just ignore their carpets and furniture all together.  The native born Oregonian has about as much culture as a cannibal.  They try to avoid working all together to get free money for living and rent as low as $45 a month for a three bedroom.  The only reason they have kids is for the money and insurance.  This is truly the welfare state.  The only luxury cars here are in pictures and posters.

But no quakes, fires, long waits on the freeways trying to get home.  It has benefits although I will say I miss SoCal, just not constantly and strongly enough to ever go back.
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Originally posted by John L John L wrote:

Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity? Stern Smile

These days John, I am surviving but it beats a job.  I make more in 3 hours than most of the workers around here get paid for a full day's labor.  Still, it is humbling.

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I hear ya duck. same same here. Stern Smile Where everyone go? Die of chemical exposure? Nuke
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