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How to Clean Your Way To Riches

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AndreColliso...

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Post time01:33 05-06-2009

People never consider starting a cleaning business because if its image.  For them, being a janitor or a maid is too demeaning.  In the past, this kind of business had a very low status. A person with a college degree would be caught dead in doing this kind of job.  Today, these ideas are slowly changing.  Today's cleaning business owners are rich entrepreneurs.  Some started out with a capital of $500 or less and made their way to raking in thousands of dollars or more every month.  You too can do this!

This article will provide you a basic on how a cleaning business operates and where to find those first customers!

The qualifications of starting a cleaning business depends on what type of cleaning service you want to start.  However, keep in mind that for any type of cleaning business, you will need determination to make your business successful, and the willingness to satisfy your customer by providing a thorough service.

A vital requirement  for both owner and employees of any type of cleaning business is to have honesty.  This is important as it will form the basis for trust between you and the client.  Always remember that you will be working in people's homes and your customers should be able to leave their homes to you without any problem.

A maid service is the easiest form of a cleaning business in terms of cleaning skills.  Carpet cleaning, janitorial services, and other cleaning operations normally requires the use of specialized equipment and cleaning products.  A simple maid service provides cleaning services to the residential market.  If you start a janitorial service, it usually requires additional research  on your chosen market and in hiring specialized professiona cleaners.

Aside fro carrying out the work, you must have some basic business skills before you start a cleaning business.  This means that you have to understand the administrative guidelines of running a cleaning business, managing time efficiently, and building relationships with customers and employees.  Basically when starting a cleaning business, you can start off by yourself and by hiring some people.  As your business grows, there will be a need for you to hire specialized employees that will perform specific roles such as marketing executives, customer service representatives, and an accountant.

Another thing to consider before starting a cleaning business in Indiana is to make sure that this business is right for you.  You and your employees should be in good shape physically.  Let's face it, cleaning is a hard work.  You will also need to have a good customer relation skills, basic office and accounting skills.

Make sure that you study all aspects of the cleaning business:  how to do a professional job, pricing, insurance and bonding, taxes, employees, advertising, and customer service.  Simply cleaning your own home is entirely different.  It takes time to learn how to do a professional job.  Remember that your customer will always expect to find their home clean when they pay you for the service.  

For more information: http://www.howtostartcleaningservice.com

robnettle78

Member
Post time02:18 10-06-2009

Thanxs alot i was doing some resaerch on starting a cleaning business. Was wondering if u new of any good banking sites???


http://www.mikojo.com/


footstep

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Post time12:18 25-07-2011

SBLC/BG, MTN, LC for lease directly with a provider from any top banks, HSBC London, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Bank etc


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