Yes, it is possible to start using a cheap water fed pole system for less than £400.
Some window cleaners are still not sure that using a water fed pole system is a wise business choice. Some commonly held doubts are:
– Will my customers react favourably to a new method of cleaning their windows?
– Will I be able to achieve excellent results, cleaning the windows to the same standard or higher than using traditional methods?
– Is it a suitable method for the work I have?
– Will I really save time using a water fed pole system on my round?
– If so, will the extra money I am able to earn cover the running costs of the system?
The only way to resolve these questions is to try it out properly, using it on your round.
However if you are not fully convinced then likely you are reluctant to take the plunge and spend your hard earned money on an expensive system. Your best bet then is to just ‘test the water’ , excuse the pun, but yes , test the water fed pole system.
We at Full Clean Centre, also known as Bayersan , have recently introduced our new water fed pole trolley system. This trolley, named ‘Impressor 30’, has been introduced in response to the changing demands of the window cleaning sector. It is simple and ready to use, functional, easily serviceable and efficient.
The 80psi pump is powered by a 12v, 18ah battery and can be operated easily with a 3 speed controller. The trolley also includes a charger and battery indicator.
As an alternative to the trolley system is the backpack set up. Backpacks are brilliant machines which allow you to be even more portable and efficient, in many cases speeding up your work . For example, cleaning the backs of terraced houses, inner courtyards and other situations where trailing hoses can cause problems.
Whether you opt for a trolley system or backpack system, our low cost starter systems come with an Impressor water fed pole and the fittings required to connect to the trolley or backpack. All you need to do is just add pure water. This works out to be one of the cheapest water fed pole systems.
We also supply DI resin and pressure vessels for immediate pure water production or RO systems for a more cost effective pure water production system in the long run.
We have a range of poles to suit your budget and stock other useful extras such as TDS meters to measure the purity of your water and extra water containers. You will find everything you need to start at very reasonable prices at the Full Clean Centre.
In answer to the question, yes you can be set up with a cheap water fed pole system for less that £400.
We invite you to come and visit our website at www.fullcleancentre.com