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    First, I'm running the numbers to understand what line cleaning and installations can provide in terms of revenue & profit, so I'd appreciate any input from the people who already have businesses and how they've set up their services for their customers. How did you go about pricing your services?


    Second, what equipment would a line cleaning business need to start and how much upfront investment (+/- $1671)? Is this list pretty complete? Anything missing or not needed to start?
    - Tool Box ($47)
    - Thermometer ($40)
    - Brushes (11 brushes @ $55)
    - Wrenches (assorted @ $200)
    - Electric beer line cleaner 20' to 300' ($590)
    - 4-valve cleaning can ($340)
    - Deluxe beer line cleaning kit ($49)
    - Cleaning chemicals ($350)


    And third, any lessons learned you care to share?


    Thanks.
    Last edited by Mad Hemingway; 03-23-2009, 04:59 PM.

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    Last edited by ruools; 08-07-2021, 01:21 PM.

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