So how does one new to pressure washing find work? Please note that I didn't say "advertise". I said "find work". I have a business to start building. I am not going, aside from some flyers and business cards (both to be handed out in person, NOT left on doors), going to spend a dime on advertising. I don't need to, I am experienced in door to door sales and am not shy about knocking on doors if that's what it takes to get residential business at least. The most effective and efficient way to find work is to get out there and put some boots on the ground instead of just spending money on advertising, then thinking you'll just sit back and wait for the phone to ring off the hook. It never works out that way. So what are your experiences in prospecting in person, what schpiel do you use-if one at all-and where do you go to give it? What is your residential pitch and what is your commercial pitch? How many customers will have you do the work that day versus later? What extras do you throw in? I often throw in the front of the garage and the garage door if they have a garage, maybe also give their metal lawn furniture a once-over if that's what it takes to clinch a deal. How often do most businesses have their front sidewalks done? With glass cleaning, for instance, evcery two weeks is typical. How often do businesses like their stuff pressure washed? Just asking everyone to share experiences and brainstorm as well. I'll post any other ideas I have here. Thanks.