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post #1 of Old 07-07-2011, 01:36 PM Thread Starter
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Office Cleaning Pricing ?

Hey guy I'm new to the forums. I'm in the researching stages of getting my office cleaning business up and going. I've been currently looking at rates some of you all are charging. After taking it all in and thinking about some ways I could charge, this is a rough draft if you will that I came up with. All opinions and criticism will be accepted. As I said I'm still learning and trying to feel this out.

Charging by the job is kind of more the way I'm leaning toward. Here are a few scenarios:

up to 1000 sqft - $30 3x week. 4 weeks/mo. $360/mo
1000 - 2000 sqft - $40. 3x week. 4 weeks/mo. $480/mo
2000 - 3000 sqft - $50. 3x week. 4 weeks/mo. $600/mo
3000 - 4000 sqft - $60. 3x week. 4 weeks/mo. $720/mo

and so on and so fourth. Each 1000 sqft would take it up $10 a job. I kind of want some kind of set scale that I could use and say this is what I charge take it or leave it. I know some jobs will vary a little but just as a starting point this is what I came up with.

Do you seasoned cleaners think that this is a reasonable scale and would be beneficial to myself and the customer? Or do you think myself or the customer would be getting the bad end of the stick? I'm looking for any and all input, as I stated above all critisim is welcome. I'm more or less looming for a good starting point.

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post #2 of Old 07-12-2011, 03:06 PM
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I think the prices you listed are fair. However, sometimes perspective clients don't always know how big there office is. When we get clients like that, we simply ask them how many employees currently work in the office. Good Luck!


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thank you for sharing this. I just want to ask - don't you have any promotions or discounts?

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post #4 of Old 07-15-2011, 06:11 AM
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I think your prices seem a bit high, just my 2 cents. Also, a better way to figure is take your price, times hours, times per week cleanings, times 52, divided by 12.
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I agree that these prices are very good. However, I want to know whether you are glad of the results and what is the quality of the service?
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post #6 of Old 12-08-2011, 03:41 AM
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Price depends on the area. I listed below Dublin office cleaning prices;
• 1-bed apt/house €95.00
• 2-bed apt/house €110.00
• 3-bed apt €130.00
• 4-bed apt €140.00
• 3-bed house €145.00
• 4-bed house €165
• 5-bed house €180.00
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post #7 of Old 12-08-2011, 06:22 AM
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Price depends on the area. I listed below Dublin office cleaning prices;
1-bed apt/house 95.00
2-bed apt/house 110.00
3-bed apt 130.00
4-bed apt 140.00
3-bed house 145.00
4-bed house 165
5-bed house 180.00
Not sure what prices for home cleaning has to do with office cleaning, but....
One other thing, as the size of the building goes up, normally your price per sq foot would go DOWN, not up.
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Hi,
According to me your price are fair. However you should prepare a list for your charges according to areas. Some clients may want clean their home, farm house while while some may want office cleaning. In this case you should make different price list for your costumer.
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Hi,
According to me your price are fair. However you should prepare a list for your charges according to areas. Some clients may want clean their home, farm house while while some may want office cleaning. In this case you should make different price list for your costumer.
yes, don't confuse clients. have a prompt and clear price list.

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The prices are slightly high, but if you can get them to pay that, then that would be awesome.
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