Can You Spare 8 Hours a Week? Here’s How to Make $300 Every Saturday With a Window Washing Business

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You’d probably like to make some extra money, but you don’t really have much spare time. Nor do you want to take additional classes or have to sink lots of money into getting started. Well, do you have 8 hours a week to spare? Would you like to make $300 a week? What if you could do that all in a Saturday? You can, with a part-time window cleaning business.

One of the chores homeowners hate most is cleaning windows. They have enough to worry about and on the weekends they just want to relax. This is where you come in. Window cleaners make on average $40 to $70 an hour. So wait a minute, let’s do that math. If you cleaned windows for eight hours a week (possible to do all in one day) you could make $320 to $560 a week! The average window cleaning job takes just two or three hours. Those profits could add up fast!

Best of all, no classes are required. It’s a learn-while-you-earn job. Plus, there are many free videos available online that can help you master window cleaning. Visit YouTube and type in “window cleaning techniques” or “window cleaning tips” and you’ll find a variety of videos that will help you learn how to make your windows sparkle and keep your customers happy.

Window cleaning is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You don’t have to buy a 12-DVD set of instructional videos to get started. In fact, it’s quite easy to get started. First you’ll need all your supplies. There are many to get, but make a checklist and you should be able to put together a tool kit in no time. The total cost for supplies runs from $250 for a basic “pro” setup to $600 for the complete “bells & whistles” package. One or two Saturdays and you could pay for all those supplies. Now that sounds pretty easy!

Once you gather your supplies, start advertising. One of the best methods is flyers. Take a Saturday and flyer a neighborhood with large, expensive houses as those homeowners will most likely be able to afford window cleaning, especially often. Then watch the calls come rolling in. You could be in business before you know it.

It won’t take you long to get started in your new window cleaning business. You won’t have to quit your normal job or cut back on quality time with the family. Better yet, maybe all that extra money you make from cleaning windows can go towards a college fund or that vacation you’ve had to put off for years.

If you can spare 8 hours a week, you could be on your way to success in the window cleaning business. How does making an extra $300 sound? Or maybe you could make even more! Work one Saturday a week and soon you’ll be enjoying regular profitable weekends. To learn more, read Profitable Window Cleaning.