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Start a Commercial Cleaning Business

Postby AndreCollison » Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:05 am

You might be thinking how different commercial cleaning is from residential cleaning. Well, it will depend on your knowledge of different types and aspects of cleaning and your budget. Basically, a commercial cleaning business covers more ground. Aside from house cleaning, it also includes cleaning offices, hospitals, schools, shopping centers, and others.

Since the commercial cleaning business is diverse, there will always be a market for your services and you can employ people with specialized cleaning skills. You can provide janitorial services, medical cleaning for hospitals, green cleaning for environment-specific jobs, laundry services, carpet cleaning, and many others.

Also, venturing into commercial cleaning operations involves contracts with medium to large businesses. A contract is a way to guarantee your clientele. It gives you an advantage as to the length of time since you will have a steady source of income. Another advantage is that your business will be able to provide your clients with more than one cleaning service depending on their needs. For example, a posh restaurant may have an agreement with you for janitorial and laundry services. Your business can maximize services and profits with contracts.

Eager to start up with this business? You need to consider having capital, cleaning materials and equipment, a catchy business name, registration and licensing, advertising, people, and partnerships with other cleaning services in case of emergencies and lack of manpower.

Commercial cleaning is indeed a great investment with great returns. As long as people make mess, you do the dirty work and make a profit out of it. So start now with your very own cleaning business and reap the rewards.
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