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If you own a water fed pole you should seriously consider these two upgrades to your water fed pole.



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Interesting

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I have a water fed pole that has never been used. Would like to sell it if anyone is looking. 40 Carbon.

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What brand?

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We have 3 Gardiners and use them constantly. Can't imagine not having them. How much and what kind?

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Tony,

Id have to go back and pull my receipt. Not labeled on the pole. Cost around $900 from J Recenstein. 

Bought into the idea a couple years back it would be a good option to be able to clean roofs from the ground on some higher peaks. But by the time I got it extended with 40' of hose full of water over your head you had to be Hercules brother to swing it k

So here I am with a $900 pole getting no respect stuck in a corner of the garage. 



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Attached is the info on that pole.

Have everything that came with it. Nothing but dust has ever seen the insides of the hose, or brush. Been extended twice so the cams are brand new as well.

Paid $925 plus shipping. Don't think it's unreasonable to ask $700 plus shipping.



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Jeff,
Why are you not up-selling exterior window cleaning when you do a house wash, you already have the pole for the job.


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Dan Dykstra wrote:

Jeff,
Why are you not up-selling exterior window cleaning when you do a house wash, you already have the pole for the job.


Hey Dan,

One reason is down here 99% of my jobs are one story. But even if I was still up in Michigan its just a service I don't want to get into. Part of the house wash includes rinsing and squeegeeing and is included in the price. That seems to make people happy.

I've struggled with the idea of doing windows as a whole separate service but keep coming back to I don't want to be removing screens (the ones that haven't come out in 30 years), let alone I hate cleaning screens and they are somewhat delicate, and I don't want to be going inside to do the interior panes dealing with window treatments, and those nasty inside tracks. Then to do it right there is the whole RO/DI system to get into....

Just never appealed to me. 



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3 star poles wouldn't be my first choice for window or Roof cleaning. They are fairly heavy and not near stiff enough. Looks like they didn't take your use into consideration.

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Been using the univalve for a few days now and it seems a great invention, better than the aquadapter as it's lighter and safely tucked away inside the pole.
Like Eric we use Gardiner poles and they are excellent.

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