Experienced Nashville Company Now Offering Pressure Washing Training for Those Interested in Getting into the Business
The Lean & Mean Academy has just launched its new course on ‘How to Start a Pressure Washing Business’. This course was designed by those who also run the very successful business Nash Clean Windows and Pressure Washing. They are offering this course as a way for people to successfully enter into a profitable business that takes very little investment-wise to start. The course designers want to emphasize that most people starting in the pressure washing business will have a hard time making it if they don’t have the right tools for the job and proper training. This new course will help those wanting to be pressure washing professionals in every aspect of their new pressure washing business including how to advertise to build up a clientele. The company stated that those that follow its comprehensive guide have the potential to take home over $7000 per month.
A spokesperson for the company says, “We at the Lean & Mean Academy would like to say that we never made any mistakes when we started Nash Clean Windows and Pressure Washing. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. It was even surprising that we made it through at times. It was not until we started to seek advice from successful pressure washing businesses in the area that ours really took off. Now we are looking forward to passing on this advice to others and teaching them about other aspects of the pressure washing business that we have gotten very good at. It’s a course that will help those that are new to pressure washing avoid some of the pitfalls that normally go with that and help them make significant money sooner as opposed to later.”
The company spokesperson went on to say that there are several reasons why those looking to start a professional pressure washing service should seek out proper pressure washing training. Among those reasons is that there is a high business failure rate when a new owner does not seek expert advice before starting up and is overconfident in the fact that all they need is a truck and decent pressure washer to make money. He stated that another reason that people need proper training in the business is to get advice on what equipment is essential to have and how to properly use it. Pressure washers in the hands of improperly trained personnel can cause a lot of damage and headaches for new business owners. Those starting in the pressuring washing business also have no positive word of mouth to gain sales from, so it’s essential to have a good add strategy and that is covered in the company’s training course too. Once going through the course, it will also make some people realize that being a professional pressure washer is not right for them before they invest in the business.
For those that may question if those at the Lean & Mean Academy are qualified to train people and share their blueprint for pressure washing success, they need to look no further than the customer reviews that have been left on Nash Clean Windows and Pressure Washing’s services. Mary Roskilly’s 5 out of 5-star review states, “Wow! So happy with how great our house looks now that it is clean and the windows are washed. Nash Clean did a great job - very professional and thorough - and the results are amazing. We even had them clean out the dryer vent which was packed with lint. Not sure why we didn’t get this done years ago. Will definitely use Aaron and his crew again.” In another glowing review, Beverly Sams wrote, “I’m very pleased with the results of pressure washing and window cleaning services from Aaron and his staff. They were very prompt in setting up my appointment, reasonably priced, were able to meet a deadline I had for other services and Aaron followed up soon after to make sure everything was satisfactory. I highly recommend!” This company is not only well-reviewed but they were voted one of the top three window cleaning companies in Nashville this year, have been recognized with an Angie’s List Super Service Award, and have even been featured in the Nashville Mom’s Blog for their outstanding window cleaning and pressure washing work.
For those who are interested in learning more about the Lean & Mean Academy’s pressure washing course, they can contact them by phone, email, or through the link of their website.
For more information about The Pressure Washing Blueprint - Pressure Washing Training & Courses , contact the company here:
The Pressure Washing Blueprint - Pressure Washing Training & Courses
1714 Allison Pl.
Nashville Tn, 37203