Before you start any business, it’s best to see how suitable it is for you.
Are you writing a business plan to offer residential or commercial services or both? Are you targeting a specific niche?
A pressure washer, of course, but also hoses, nozzles, detergents, and other supplies. You will also need a way to transport your equipment to and from job sites.
It will depend on your target market and the services you offer. Be sure to create a competitive pricing structure that proves profitable for you.
Make sure you are familiar with any required licensing, permits, or business taxes.
Pressure washing may be dangerous if not done correctly, so take safety precautions and have liability insurance in place.
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