Even if you only plan to run your Dustless Blasting machine for 5 hours a week, the cash adds up significantly. That’s because our contractors make, on average, $300 per hour of blasting.
If you can run your machine for 10, 20, or even 40 hours a week, you’ll see why so many of our contractors are happy to quit their jobs in favor of working for themselves. There is so much work out there, you can concentrate in one area such as:
* Based on a nationwide average of $300 per hour of blasting.
If you start to get more business than you can handle, scaling up is simply a matter of buying another machine, teaching someone how to use it, and sending them off to do the jobs you can’t do. Based on blasting for under 20 hours a week, your business could plan to deliver sales of about:
Some of our contractors have done just this. So if you want to take control of your financial future, this might be the opportunity you’re looking for.
– Chuck Sapen, Aspen Green Blasting
This contractor removed paint and rust from a boat bottom, making it look like new.
The Dustless Blaster avoided damage on this delicate historical bridge.
In just an hour, this contractor blasted 4 rims for a local powder coating shop.
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