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Tips for Sweeping Professionals

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Tip #1 Reduce Intake Screen Clogging.
Tip #2 Solve Flat Tire Woes With Commercial Sealant.
Tip #3 Use Lighter Tire Flaps in Winter.
Tip #4 Clean Auxiliary Air Filters With Care.
Tip #5 Sweep Up Fines Easily.
Tip #6 Keep Dust From Circulating.
Tip #7 Swap Sweeping for Services.
Tip #8 Save Time, Make More Money With Weed Killer.
Tip #9 Maintain Ongoing Client Contact.
Tip #10 Help Clients Avoid Litigation.
Tip #11 Reel-In Storage For Water Tank Fill Hose.

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Tip #12 Eliminate Cold Weather Cable Freeze-ups.
Tip #13 Keep Hopper Doors Working Freely.
Tip #14 Lubricate Hopper Walls for Slick Dumping.
Tip #15 Stop Sandblasting Your Hopper Interior.
Tip #16 Sell Your Company Through Appearances.
Tip #17 Use Special Fuel Pump On Some Auxiliaries.
Tip #18 Install Second Muffler For Quieter Sweeping?
Tip #19 Keep Communicating To Keep Contracts.
Tip #20 Warm Up Hydraulics In Cold Weather.
Tip #21 Carry Tools Conveniently.
Tip #22 Straighten Bent Heads The Easy Way.
Tip #23 Use Mall Plot Plans To Your Advantage.
Tip #24 Take Your Excise Tax Rebate!
Tip #25 Leave Bids and Contracts Open Ended.
Tip #26 Build Client Base Through Referrals.
Tip #27 Keep Hopper Lip Looking Nice.
Tip #28 Easy Tire Changing For Outside Duals.
Tip #29 Give Complimentary Dust Certificates.
Tip #30 Extend V-Belt Life On Older Supervacs.
Tip #31 Always Think Safety!
Tip #32 Gauge Shows Water Level.
Tip #33 Low Cost Fix For Broken Hoses.
Tip #34 Remove Packed Hopper Debris With Vibrator.
Tip #35 Can't Sweep It? - Make It A Profit Center!
Tip #36 For Safety: Hand Crush Large Boxes.
Tip #37 Space Reserved For Your Hint.
Tip #38 Keep Newly Surfaced Lots Mark Free.
Tip #39 Extend Hopper Life.
Tip #40 Guard Against Injuries.
Tip #41 Work Closely With Police.
Tip #42 Stop Slips With Rubber Mats.
Tip #43 Secure Your Drag Bar.
Tip #44 Stop Panel Legends From Wearing Out.
Tip #45 Clean Hopper Screen With A Blowtorch.

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Tip #46 Get Trash Out Of Crevices.
Tip #47 Start Your Frigid Auxiliary.
Tip #48 Lengthen Air Filter Life.
Tip #49 Reduce Downtime With Local Parts.
Tip #50 Keep Light Litter From Clogging Screen.
Tip #51 Light Up Your Tool Storage Area.
Tip #52 Clean Up Leaves The Easy Way.
Tip #53 A Bulletproof Solution For Sweeper Seat Wear.
Tip #54 'Pencil In' Time for Routine Sweeping Head Adjustments.
Tip #55 Keep Your Air Sweeper Seals in Top Shape.
Tip #56 Portable Gasoline Container Safety Alert.
Tip #57 Recycle Old Main Broom Segments Into Side Strip Brooms.
Tip #58 Ensuring Consistent Battery Voltage on Older Sweepers.
Tips 59-85 Mark Schwarze Offers 27 Ways to Improve Your Sweeping Business.
Tip #86 Sell Your Sweeper Hopper as Billboard Space.
Tip #87 Produce a Company Newsletter for Your Employees.
Tip #88 Make Sure Your Starter Bendix Disengages in Dusty, Noisy Environments.
Tip #89 Push Bumper and Hideaway Strobes Minimize Potential for Accident and Damage if One Occurs.
Tip #90 Tree Limbers On Board?
Tip #91 Good Backpack Blower Technique can Reduce Time, Money and Accidents.
Tip #92 Ensuring Consistent Battery Voltage on Older Sweepers.
Tip #93 Alert for Use of Diesel Fuel Run Solenoids.
Tip #94 Use Marine Grease for Sweeper Bearings.
Tip #95 Dealing With Claims of Windshield Damage Due to Rocks Thrown by Sweepers.
Tip #96 When it Comes to Safety Protection, All Earplugs are Not the Same.
Tip #97 Weed Out Time Wasters and Save $$ When Drug Testing New Employees.
Tip #98 Bonus Programs Can Help Retain and Improve Employees.
Tip #99 Correct Way to Connect and Disconnect a Sweeper Water Meter
Tip #100 Street Sweeping Contractors Should Attend Their Sweeper Demos at Cities
Tip #101 Keep Light Debris Off Debris Screen
Tips #102 - 106 The parking lot sweeper focus group at NPE 2006 came up with at least 5 great sweeping-related tips. These included:
  • replacement of lightweight bumpers,
  • interior floor mat and seat cover ideas,
  • blower usage and storage ideas,
  • trash bag storage racks,
  • alternatives to barlight beacons,
  • ways to keep wiring and hydraulic hoses from wearing,
  • a slick idea that allows drag shoe adjustment not to impact the flap adjustment

Fundamentals of the Power Sweeping Business


Tip #107 A Hook-Lift Truck Can be a Versatile Sweeping Company Addition
Tip #108 Offer Your Customers a Cleaner, Sweet-Smelling Curb Line or Pavement
Tip #109 Keeping Tabs on Your Sweeper Operators
Tip #110 Look More Professional With An Email Signature
Tip #111 Use Your Cell Phone to Keep Track of Customers' Needs
Tip #112 Tip for Hard Starting Sweeper Engine(s)
Tip #113 Get and Use References from Customers
Tip #114 Send Customers a "We're Here For You" Email Prior to Holidays or Bad Weather Forecast
Tip #115 Find Ways to Involve Your Customers in Non-Business Events and Activities
Tip #116 Use the 'Billboard Area' on Your Sweepers!
Tip #117 Provide Holiday and Weather-Related Safety Alerts for Your Operators
Tip #118 Weld on Worn Bolts to Skid Shoe Mounts
Tip #119 Remove Graffiti and Paint From Hard Surfaces
Tip #120 Put Conspicuity Tape and ID on Backpack Blowers
Tip #121 Employee Mix When Safety is a Concern
Tip #122 Reduce Brake Wear on Mechanical Broom Sweepers
Tip #123 Reducing Risk of Sweeper Fires

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