How To Land Restaurant Pressure Washing Jobs (3 Steps)


Secure Lucrative Restaurant Pressure Washing Jobs with These 3 Steps

What's up, guys! Welcome back to the channel. In today's video, we're diving into how to land commercial restaurant pressure washing jobs. These jobs can be fantastic profit generators and offer recurring cash flow for your business all year round. Let’s jump into it!

Why Restaurant Pressure Washing Jobs Are Goldmines

Restaurant pressure washing jobs are ideal for maintaining a steady income. They often require regular cleaning, whether quarterly, monthly, or even bi-weekly, depending on the restaurant’s needs and local health regulations.

Step 1: Research and Prepare

Identify Potential Clients: Start by identifying potential clients in your area. Focus on restaurants near your home or office and gradually expand your search radius. Look for places that might need cleaning, such as those with high foot traffic, greasy walkways, or those preparing for a grand opening.

Site Visits: Visit the sites you’ve identified. It’s beneficial to check them out at different times of the day. For instance, if they’re preparing for a grand opening, visit during the day to talk to someone in charge. Otherwise, a night visit might help you assess the cleaning needs without disrupting business.

Prepare Your Proposal: Based on your research and site visits, prepare a detailed proposal outlining the scope of work and costs. Include a few options to cater to different budget levels, and ensure your proposal is both professional and clear.

Step 2: Present Your Bid

Schedule a Meeting: Arrange a meeting with the decision-maker. Whether it’s the restaurant manager or the owner, make sure you’re presenting your proposal to someone who can make decisions.

Professional Presentation: Dress professionally and be prepared to address any concerns they might have. Provide both a physical and digital copy of your proposal. Contractors often appreciate physical documents, but having a digital copy ensures they have all the details readily accessible.

Step 3: Follow Up and Close the Deal

Timely Follow-Up: Follow up promptly after presenting your bid. A quick text or call later in the day can help ensure they received and understood your proposal. Following up the next day shows you’re serious about the job.

Negotiate and Confirm: Be prepared to negotiate. Restaurants often aim for the lowest price, but emphasize the value of recurring cleaning services. Aim to secure a monthly or at least quarterly contract for consistent revenue.

Contract and Execution: Once terms are agreed upon, send a contract for them to sign. Ensure the contract protects both parties. Then, simply show up and execute the job, using effective cleaning solutions like Dynamite Degreaser.

Why Use Dynamite Degreaser?

Dynamite Degreaser is the top choice for exterior surface cleaning, especially in high-traffic, greasy areas. It's highly effective in removing oxidation and other unwanted soils without brushing. It excels as an alkaline building restoration and concrete cleaner, making it perfect for:

  • Driveways
  • Dumpster Pads
  • Restaurant Drive-Throughs
  • Gas Station Surfaces


Landing restaurant pressure washing jobs isn’t just about one-time cleanings—it’s about securing recurring business that keeps your cash flow steady throughout the year. Remember to always follow up, negotiate fairly, and provide excellent service to turn these jobs into long-term contracts.

If you’re serious about growing your pressure washing business, check out the How to Wash Course. It covers everything from mixing chemicals to safety tips and is packed with over six hours of training from industry experts.

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