Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#1
Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a ROOKIE CAMP for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The camp will be held in Houston on May3rd through May 6th. We will start at 4:00pm on Tuesday the 3rd and conclude on Friday the 6th at Noon.

Here is a sampling of just some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum:

• An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning Industry,
• Setting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance
• Environmental Awareness and Concerns
• Estimates – How much should I charge???
• Detergents/Wash Mixes - What to use when and where???
• Marketing Your Business
• Equipment Selection
• Establishing Relationships with Distributors
• Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications - On the Job and Classroom training
• Soft Wash Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training
• Soft Wash Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training

Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, driveway, and more.

A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address.

If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or visit us at www.pressurecleaningschool.com
 
#4
I think this is a positive thing. I wish I had a school available to me back 21 years ago when I started. Would of saved me allot of time from trail and error.

Congrats on the new school Doug. I know it will be a success !!!
 

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#5
Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a ROOKIE CAMP for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The camp will be held in Houston on May3rd through May 6th. We will start at 4:00pm on Tuesday the 3rd and conclude on Friday the 6th at Noon.

Here is a sampling of just some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum:

• An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning Industry,
• Setting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance
• Environmental Awareness and Concerns
• Estimates – How much should I charge???
• Detergents/Wash Mixes - What to use when and where???
• Marketing Your Business
• Equipment Selection
• Establishing Relationships with Distributors
• Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications - On the Job and Classroom training
• Soft Wash Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training
• Soft Wash Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training

Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, driveway, and more.

A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address.

If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or visit us at www.pressurecleaningschool.com
Doug....ever considered flying to different parts of the country and offering this?
 

Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#6
Doug....ever considered flying to different parts of the country and offering this?
Yes, actually the guy's brought it up at the first school and suggested it. HAd never thought about it till then. We'll have to see if the success of it continues here first. Would be a lot to take on oranizationally wise while still trying to house and roof wash.
 

Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#9
Our next school starts Tuesday May 3rd at 4pm (NEXT WEEK) and we only have a couple spots left. Call or email if you need more information or are interested in signing up.
 

Ron Musgraves

Administrator
Staff member
#10
Hows the School Going Doug
Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a ROOKIE CAMP for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The camp will be held in Houston on May3rd through May 6th. We will start at 4:00pm on Tuesday the 3rd and conclude on Friday the 6th at Noon.

Here is a sampling of just some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum:

• An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning Industry,
• Setting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance
• Environmental Awareness and Concerns
• Estimates – How much should I charge???
• Detergents/Wash Mixes - What to use when and where???
• Marketing Your Business
• Equipment Selection
• Establishing Relationships with Distributors
• Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications - On the Job and Classroom training
• Soft Wash Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training
• Soft Wash Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training

Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, driveway, and more.

A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address.

If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or visit us at www.pressurecleaningschool.com
 

Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#13
I have had to had another school for July due to interest..I will be having one July 2 and 3, as well as July 9 and 10. Call or text me if you are interested. By adding another week, I can now accept more.
 

Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#14
Had a great time with David, Kim, and Mark yesterday for the hands on training portion of this weeks school. Today is the classroom training.

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#15
At The Pressure Cleaning School we will show you how to use these light weight and affordable aluminum extension wands for house washing. No need to spend a lot of money on those Yellow Telescoping Poles.

YouTube - Using and Aluminum Ext Wand
Just saw your video with this one. Aluminum lances are pretty awesome, up to a certain length, where they bend like heck. I've used them a few times on big projects to reach heights. Way better than extension poles, but can be cumbersome too. Last time I went looking, I realized the two I had somehow walked away!

Good luck with the school, btw. Looks like you're having fun with it.
 

Doug Rucker

PWN ADMIN TEAM -
Staff member
#16
Just saw your video with this one. Aluminum lances are pretty awesome, up to a certain length, where they bend like heck. I've used them a few times on big projects to reach heights. Way better than extension poles, but can be cumbersome too. Last time I went looking, I realized the two I had somehow walked away!

Good luck with the school, btw. Looks like you're having fun with it.
Never really found them to be cumbersome. Have always found them using to use and control. Takes a little using them to get use to them but once you do, there pretty easy.
 

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