In most cases, a single pressure washing lead will not cost more than $30. Still, the cost of each lead may vary based on a few factors, including:
1. Your geographic location
If you work in a competitive market, lead prices may be higher. Additionally, the cost of pressure washing services
varies significantly throughout the country. The cost of the lead is often relative to the estimated cost of the service requested.
2. Job requested
There are several different exterior cleaning jobs that you may be interested in purchasing leads for:
1) Deck cleaning and sealing
2) Driveway cleaning
3) Patio cleaning
4) Vinyl siding cleaning
5) House soft washing
6) Brick cleaning
7) Fence cleaning and sealing
8) Drive-thru and parking lot cleaning
9) Apartment complex cleaning
10) Truck & fleet washing
3. Lead quality
There are many different attributes that may impact the quality and value of a pressure washing lead. Is the customer interested in a one-time service or are they interested in signing a long-term service contract? Has the prospect's contact information been verified over the phone? Will the lead be sold to more than one contractor or will be it sold exclusively to you? If you are unable to reach the prospect on the phone, does the lead provider have any credit or refund policies?
4. Residential vs. commercial leads
Residential pressure washing leads are often more affordable than leads for commercial jobs.
Lead prices may also vary by season in some areas. Lead prices may be slightly higher in the winter when many contractors are looking for extra work. Interested in buying roofing leads? We can help. Use ProMatcher to find lead generation companies for pressure washing companies
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