How much should i charge for doing pool chemical readings tw

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michaelmouse

How much should i charge for doing pool chemical readings tw

Postby michaelmouse » Mon 02 Jan, 2012 12:17

I am a certified pool operator (certified by the state) and I work at a townhome clubhouse pool. I do pool chemical readings twice a day. I test the pH and bromine levels and adjust as necessary. How much do you think i should be charging for this service per day? I think i am charging WAY to low right now, so low im embarrassed to say it lol.

Thank you so much!


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How much should i charge for doing pool chemical readings tw

Postby czechmate » Wed 04 Jan, 2012 16:09

michaelmouse wrote:I am a certified pool operator (certified by the state) and I work at a townhome clubhouse pool. I do pool chemical readings twice a day. I test the pH and bromine levels and adjust as necessary. How much do you think i should be charging for this service per day? I think i am charging WAY to low right now, so low im embarrassed to say it lol.

Thank you so much!

I would charge them a condo monthly payment. :thumbup:
DStates

How much should i charge for doing pool chemical readings tw

Postby DStates » Mon 13 Feb, 2012 15:10

I would'nt charge for the chemical reading, but I would charge for adding chemicals into the pool for them. I believe a reasonable amount would be $15-30 so that you can keep their business in the future and might be referred for more customers and as time goes by you may be able to adjust your pricing.

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