Have you always thought about starting your own cleaning business? You know you have the entrepreneurial spirit, but you just can’t quite decide on how to start or which cleaning business services to offer. Starting a business in the past was something reserved for the people with the connections, the people who have the resources, the people who have all the luck.
But that’s a myth.
Business is not about luck, it’s about structure. And today we’re going to show you how to select the right cleaning business services like a pro. Today we are going to show you how to build an empire. How does that sound?
Great! we thought so.
Let’s get the ball rolling with understanding what types of cleaning services you can start with.
What Types of Cleaning Services are there?
So, in order to deliver a cleaning business service you enjoy that helps millions of satisfied customers, we want to start by listing out the major types of cleaning services a business can offer.
- Retail Cleaning
- Commercial Cleaning
- Industrial Cleaning
- Contract Cleaning
- Janitorial Cleaning
- Data Center Cleaning
These 6 choices are the most common types of cleaning businesses. And offer a high-level view of what business opportunities are available to you when starting your cleaning business.
What services do these cleaning businesses offer you might be wondering? They each have pros and cons to their daily day to day tasks. Let’s do some digging so you can understand which might work best for you.
What Are The Differences Between Cleaning Business Services?
- Retail Cleaning: Focuses on cleaning retail stores. Malls, dealerships, department stores, etc.
- Commercial Cleaning: Focuses on commercial businesses. Schools, office buildings, clinics, etc.
- Industrial Cleaning: Focuses on cleaning hazardous areas in industrial facilities. Factories, warehouses, power plants, etc.
- Contract Cleaning: Focuses on different cleaning services. You run a business where people sign a contract with you and you provide workers, cleaning supplies and equipment at a set price to your client.
- Janitorial Cleaning: Focuses on small everyday type cleaning tasks. Similar to commercial cleaning but the difference is the jobs done by a janitorial cleaner are smaller, daily tasks.
- Data Center Cleaning: Focuses on cleaning IT(information technology) equipment. Things like computers, servers, remove dirt, dust, and other contaminants from a controlled environment.
Why Would Someone Want to Own a Cleaning Business?
There are many positive reasons to own a cleaning business. One that stands out is being your own boss. It’s reassuring knowing you can control your own income.
Another reason can be how low the starting costs can be. This is one of the major points of starting your own cleaning business service. There are so many options.
There are very low overhead costs, for starters you don’t have to rent or lease an office right away. Also, you don’t have to buy a commercial vehicle or pay utilities. These are just a few. For a longer list, you can have Debbie Sardone explain. She has been helping people build their own cleaning business services for years, and is the best resource to use when getting started. You can also call at (972)-827-7837.
Did you know most cleaning businesses start from home?
You also have the flexibility to make your own schedule, hire your own staff (if that’s what you want) and have complete control of your business.
Debbie really shows you how to leverage everything. Things like pricing, marketing, hiring and training and so much more. She saves you so much time, by removing the guesswork on what comes next.
How to Select a Cleaning Business That’s Best for You?
Knowing what cleaning business opportunities are available is a wonderful start to deciding on what will work best for you. Asking yourself what sounds and feels right to you will always be the best way to decide.
Having a good coach is also important.
Debbie Sardone makes these choices simple, but you do need to be able to say confidently what type of cleaning business you want to have.
Obstacles Associated with Starting a Cleaning Business
So you might be reading and saying this sounds great, but what’s the catch. If it’s this easy everyone would do it. And your right.
If you want to be your own boss, make your own schedule and have the flexibility and freedom to think for yourself, obstacles are always present. But none that are not worth figuring out. Let’s look at some that starting a cleaning business service may have.
- Tough physical work: yeah, in the beginning, you have to work, but with the right strategy (Debbie’s strategy) you will learn how to build your business the right way so you’re not in the field forever.
- Income could be slow at the start: Name one startup when it’s not. But… you will learn how to price, bid, and upsell to convert more from Debbie’s strategy.
- Managing Teams: Sometimes managing a team can be stressful, but learning all you need to about staffing and training will make you stand out and rise to the occasion.
These obstacles are things you would have to learn in any business you wanted to begin, they are core essentials. Luckily for you having a great coach is one phone call or click away.
What Does a Successful Cleaning Business Look Like?
Debbie Sardone is America’s top business cleaning consultant, she owns Buckets & Bows Maid Service, is an author and teaches hundreds of people how to create their own slice of freedom through her teachings.
Whether you’re a business owner or just starting with your cleaning service, she can teach you how to build a successful and lifelong business that pays dividends well… for life.
Debbie has a five-star rating out of 131 reviews on her website. She has helped improve thousands of lives.
Crystal Hamm, under Debbie’s tutelage, has created a one million dollar business in just three years and three months of being in business!
Debbie Sardone is not called the maid coach for nothing.
Benefits of Owning Your Own Cleaning Business
- Financial Freedom
- Flexible Schedule
- Be Your Own Boss
- Helping Others
- Supplying Jobs
There are way more benefits but we are sure you get the point here.
Today you have learned the differences between the different types of cleaning services available – what makes them different and how you can begin to start your business with the help of Debbie Sardone (the queen of clean).
The benefits of starting your own business are endless and will only truly reveal themselves when you begin your journey.
This article has opened up a new world of opportunities for you. If you have been on the fence about whether to start your cleaning business service it’s time to jump off that fence and get started.