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TOPIC: New Jersey Soft Wash Dragon Skid Unit From The Power Wash Store


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waxman18324 wrote:

Eric and Ed,

Are you guys bringing these rigs to Atlantic City?

Hank


 Atlantic City Event! Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Prime time work days for April. Who's going to have time to go then. March was a way better time for that Event


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I signed up but don't think I can go. We'll see.

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Yes Hank I will bring mine. Monday we will be doing charity work in AC.



-- Edited by Roof Cleaning PA on Monday 23rd of March 2015 08:54:12 PM



-- Edited by Roof Cleaning PA on Tuesday 24th of March 2015 05:06:31 PM

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i want to go, it was an event where I had the most fun, but I hope I'm too busy to go. I really need to score big. I slacked off a bit last year. We had the baby and I barely left the house. Few guys left and I didn't replace them, kept 1 sometimes 2 trucks going. Cant survive on that. You starve come March, like Im doing now.

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I'm definitely in the poor house department when it comes to spending that kind of money on equipment. I did purchase a twin pump system from Paul and Bill before Christmas. Only using the Titan reel as of now. Intend to install the pump box in our second van. Had bought the kit for the second van but it was going to take up too much space. I have to say the hose is a pain in the ass and a trip hazard. Can anyone tell me if it will soften up, if not it will have to go.

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Michael there aren't many hose that aren't stiff when it's cold. I took advice in the early RCIA days and started with 3/4" hose. Tried cleaning a few roofs that winter and it was tough. The hose turns into a giant frozen octopus. Like a rubics cube that can't be solved. They all soften up in the heat.

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Thanks Ed, we have been using half inch hose up to now and never had a problem same with the mini bore hose we use for window cleaning.

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I agree with all of you folks, it is nice looking equipment, I wish one day I can afford something similar.
I have a question; Is this rig really cost $16,500 and it worth to buy??? I understand it is a beast, compact, can make money and so on. But don't you think it is too overpriced?


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Well if your just starting out then yes its overpriced. When your doing 8-15000 dollars a week then its not. Once you get established and have employees you need to start focusing on building your business not equipment.



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I agree with Mike as far as it's worth it. I have a used skid I picked up and I wish i had it from the start. All the aggravation and back and forth to the store buying parts ...then it don't work and so on. If I was starting now I would say look for a used skid...or good one for 3 to 5 grand if that's possible.

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I paid 18500 for everything 3 yrs ago. We are down for the season and will start in the spring at yr 4. The skid never had a problem and I focused on cleaning. We are making some small changes this yr to it for my son. I will say best money ever spent. That skid will make money for 10 mode before it will need to be replaced and I would say from looks more then anything.

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