You have baths twice so I'm guessing you mean bedrooms too? It doesn't really matter but here is how you come up with the answer to your question.
How long do you think it will it take you to clean each bedroom?
How long do you think it will take you to clean each bathroom?
How long will it take you to clean each laundry room?
How long do you think it will take you to clean each kitchen?
How long do you think it will take you to clean the 2 common area bathrooms?
Number of hours it should take you
See how simple that was? Now that you have that figured out, how much do you need to make per man hour? Are you going to do it alone, are you going to do it with help, are you going to let employees do it and you not clean at all? Figure all this in and make sure you figure everything there is to figure for an employee if you are going to use any. I learned many years ago that even if my plan was to not use any employees, figure in their cost anyway because what seems glamorous today doesn't seem so great in a few months.
How much chemicals/cleaning products will you use in each room to clean?
Add in any other thing you need to add in as costs.
Now take the number of hours it will take you to clean x the amount you need to charge per hour and you have your answer of what you need to charge each cleaning.
Or charge psf but personally I don't like charging that way.
I'm not a commercial guy so maybe Pete will chime in if I wasn't correct. Good luck!
Last edited by sprintcar93; 04-22-2015 at 11:24 PM.