It was quite the learning curve. But in a good way. So I bid the job pretty low being that it was for a friend of my wife and because it was the first time I’d be doing it.
Issue #1: had no idea how much SH I would need and what to mix with and so forth.
Figured it out and had to run to a pool supply and get a lot more. Wound up not mixing it with anything and just spraying it on straight.
Issue #2: The battery for my pump died waaaaayyyy to fast. Wound up using my pump sprayer to finish.
Issue #3: Customers gutters were horribly clogged and in one place at the front of the house, non existent. Just a hole.
All in all I learned a whole lot and definitely will be better prepared next time. The roof came out perfect and looks brand new. Another great thing is that in this neighborhood, they just got a new management company and everyone is getting violations for their roof, driveways and sidewalks. Already got another job out of it as I was coming off the ladder.