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And I checked a 3 bedroom house on there. 

Carpet Cleaning Areas:
6 Clean: $182.00
6 Deodorize: $105.00
6 Protect: $105.00

Sales tax not included
Total: $392.00
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote duckcountry Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/January/2008 at 11:43pm
And ... they charge more for porty cleaning.  There is a disclaimer on their pricing page about that.  So yes, even the big national guys use more than a TM and they get more for doing it.  So much for TMs should get more money.

Portable equipment may be required for areas above the 2nd floor or if guaranteed adjacent parking is not available. Use of portable equipment may result in a higher required job minimum or a price increase, with necessary price adjustments made at time of service. Contact your local Stanley Steemer for more information.
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what is the minimum equipment needed to apply?
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for the past year all we've beeb doing is staight carpet cleaning...need to up our services!
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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: 17/February/2008 at 1:38pm
Originally posted by B Rice B Rice wrote:

what is the minimum equipment needed to apply?


1. Pump Sprayer
2. Grooming Rake

The customer is paying for two things in all labor from anyone including the plumber, auto mechanic and you:

A. Necessary Equipment and Tools (includes the protector)
B. The knowledge and experience at using those tools and equipment

The mechanic puts in a $1 part and charges you $50 labor. 
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I figured that, just making sure!
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Unless your an aircraft mechanic like me...we put in $1,000,000 part and get paid sqaut!Cry
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I charge $10 a room but get Teflon in bulk
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SS min in my area is $99 3rms 250sft per rm.. I know the assistant manager..
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And $29 per rm for SG..
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I include it, prices support it.  I weed out the caliber of customer I don't want and get only those who are serious about caring for their carpet.  Those who just want it clean go elsewhere.  Fewer jobs but more profits with lower costs and reduced labor.

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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20 cents per square foot for scotchgard. Also be sure to push that deodorizer. That's where the real easy money is.
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It depends how many square feet. Less for more and more for less.
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                                                                                                    Hysterical
As much as possible . I go about 10 bucks a area. Keep it simple. Seal the deal

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