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The first book published on cleaning windows (1992), "Beginners Guide to Window Cleaning" contains everything you need to know about cleaning glass, including over 30 instructional photographs on wetting the window, learning to squeegee, the straight pull method, the one stroke, cleaning a boxed window and extension pole use. The helpful hints will save you time, increase your income and give you numerous little known tips. The business chapter covers estimating or bidding, writing a proposal, getting started and hiring help. With the information in this book, you can learn to clean windows like the pros, work part-time or full-time, or have the cleanest windows in your neighborhood. Use "Search Inside the Book" to see more.
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Beginners Guide to Window Cleaning contains everything you ever wanted to know about window cleaning. For the do-it-yourselfer, you can save time and money and have the cleanest windows in the neighborhood. On the business end, you can work part-time of full-time, set your own hours and make money the first day. Start-up equipment is less than $100.00. It's easy to learn. Many people have started their own business using this book.About the Author:
Michael Omalia, a pioneer in the high-rise window cleaning industry since 1980, is a journeyman window cleaner. With his first business in Las Vegas, Nevada, he developed new techniques for cleaning the windows on many of the high-rise hotels and commercial buildings in the state. In the early 1990's, Mike realized there were no books on window cleaning, so he wrote this book. He owned and managed a large window cleaning business in southern California and has developed new equipment currently being used in the industry. He also patented "The R.E.D.E. System", an emergency decent system for escaping high-rise disasters.
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Book Description G. A. Coate Publishing, 1992. Condition: Very Good. 1st. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP96162514