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Start Your Own Cleaning Business

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Start Your Own Cleaning Business

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Back in the olden days before Google, if you wanted to start a cleaning company you were on your own. Success by trial and error. Starting a house cleaning company from scratch was rarely an overnight success for anybody. The big success took root in cleaning service franchises. They could afford the fancy training and well-built brands. While the mom and pop cleaning services had to figure it out on their own.

Good news – times have changed. As an independent house cleaner, you no longer have to wade through endless Pinterest boards looking for tips. Yay! You can just read this (Free ebook): How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company by Angela Brown.

Angela built from scratch one of the most successful house cleaning companies in the Southeast. And she’s trained thousands of independent house cleaners to start and grow cleaning businesses. Guess how she did it? Yup, by trial and error. LOL.

But You Don’t Have To

Trial and error is the old way of starting a cleaning business. It’s a huge waste of time and money. Don’t be the lone ranger. Don’t go at it alone.

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In this step-by-step “How to” book you’ll learn:

  • How to set up your Home Office
  • What Office Supplies you are going to need Green bucket of cleaning supplies
  • Your Company Logo
  • Choosing a Company Name
  • Your Uniform
  • Creating Your Company Image & Brand
  • Setting Your Rules & Policies
  • How to Choose a Territory
  • Everything You Need to Know about Creating Flyers
  • What is a Worksheet and Why You Need One
  • How to Bid Jobs
  • What to Charge
  • What kind of Car you need
  • Punctuality
  • Confidence Builders
  • How to Build Instant Credentials
  • Bonding & Insurance
  • How to Get an Endless Stream of Referrals
  • Billing and Collections & Payments

There is a reason they call Angela Brown “The House Cleaning Guru”. (It’s because of the trial and error thingy. So you can go that route – but did I mention that it took her 25 years to get where she is today? Yeah, about that…)

Are you here because you have an interest in house cleaning? Or do you just want to upgrade your life by running your own business? Either way, you’ve chosen one of the biggest booming industries. 

Residential cleaning services are part of a growing 49 billion dollars a year industry. (Per the US Commercial and Residential Cleaning Services Industry, compiled by Marketdata Enterprises, Inc.) And if you’re looking for a way to supplement your current income, or you just want more control of your schedule and to pay your bills, you’ve come to the right place.

House Cleaning is Recession Proof.

When times get hard, people work more to pay the bills. They are home even less to clean. And they outsource their cleaning. Which means more business for you and me.

Unlike a regular 9 to 5 job, if you get fired you’re not out of work. You just add another customer into that available time slot and keep going.

And you’re about to learn how to do such an awesome job that you will never get fired. Woot Woot!

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Franchise or Start Your Own?

So should you buy into an existing franchise like Molly Maid, Merry Maids, The Cleaning Authority, Maid Brigade, Maid Pro, Sears Maid Services, The Maids, Two Maids & A Mop, You’ve Got Maids, Maid Simple, Cleantastic, Home Cleaning Services of America, Jani-King, MopFrog, Jan-Pro, Maid to Perfection, or many of the others on the market? Or should you start your own house cleaning company from scratch? There are pros and cons to both.

If you are not sure of the differences, I’ve created a comparison chart you can download free.

If you think you want to start your own house cleaning company – grab this free ebook How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company and spend an hour to see if it’s right for you.

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Angela Brown @SavvyCleaner Founder: The Savvy Cleaner Network WHAT I DO: I train people how to start their own house cleaning businesses, find clients, earn endless referrals and provide spectacular customer service as a cleaning service provider.

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