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Re: New work van Tony Deluna 31 Jul 2016 23:38 EDT

John, excellent advise. I think I'm going to drop the truck mount unit all together. I have a TMI whisper 1500 Portable extractor but it's kind of heavy. What kind of a portable unit do you recommend? That may be a little lighter?

Thank you so much for your advise

Tony DeLuna
925-625-9625
www.PatriotStoneRestoration.com

> On Jul 31, 2016, at 11:36 AM, John Freitag <jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com> wrote:
>
> There are different type of equipment to use in your stone restoration
> business, I know guys that do over a million dollars a year and use floor
> machines and wet and dry vac. I also know guys that do the same amount of
> business and use truck mounts while doing stone restoration.  The questions
> is how much money you want to invest? Thousands of dollars for a truck mount
> or hundreds of dollars for a good wet and dry vac.
> Certainly set-up and tear down time could have an impact. The maintenance
> need to maintain a truck mount with the slurry going into the system, if
> depend upon your needs, are you doing carpets . are you using it on tile and
> grout cleaning, I don't feel that a good or bad for either piece of
> equipment.  If I had a truck mount unit I would choose the type of jobs I
> put that truck on. My preference is to use a wet and dry vac. When I send
> out a crew or add a new crew I only need to buy floor machines, hand
> machines , and vac diamonds  etc. and don't need to spend thousand for the
> truck mount. I can buy enough equipment to add another crew for what it
> costs for the truck mount unit. Do at the end of the day you need to
> determine the type of work that you're doing and the return on investment
> you going to get, and does it speed up the process any.
>
>
> John E Freitag
>
> John E Freitag
> Owner/Director
> The Stone & Tile School
> Office 407-567-7680
> Cell 407-615-0134
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> www.thestoneandtileschool.com
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>
> -----Original Message-----
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> Deluna
> Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 3:50 PM
> To: Stone And Tile Pros Link
> Subject: New work van
>
> Hey Pro's
> I'm looking to get a brand-new "Carpet cleaning van" for stone restoration.
> I currently have two with "PTO's" power take off's cleanco 56. I always like
> them and they work well. But I read an article that some slid in units have
> more suction and more heat.
> Can you share your comments and recommendations please?
>
> Thank you
>
> Tony DeLuna
> 925-625-9625
> www.PatriotStoneRestoration.com
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