That is total for the year for a company that is running several trucks. The average is $200-$300+ per house. We have someone working on a training video etc for the site. They have been educating pressure washing contractors for years. There is big money in it. Hell if you were able to do 2 houses per day how would that change your winter months?
After seeing what hedgemaster went through, do you feel there are any tricks to cut down the amount of time spent performing this task? It looks like these jobs could easily turn out to be multi day jobs depending on how much ice is involved.