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|03-13-2008 11:48 AM|
|soapsud||Thanks Layla, nice to meet you too!|
|03-13-2008 11:24 AM|
|layla17||Great to meet you SoapSud. Welcome to Cleaning Talk.|
|03-13-2008 10:51 AM|
Thanks for the welcome! I have been digging around and have found alot of info that I have been taking notes on. I have one ?. Where do I look for info on writting and submitting bids? Is there any place a guy could view samples to learn by??
|03-13-2008 01:00 AM|
|Nathan||Welcome to CleaningTalk.com... there is a lot of good info here if you dig around for it.|
|03-13-2008 12:31 AM|
Hello Soapsud, welcome to cleaningtalk.com
Most insurance companies will take a deposit then bill you monthly for the balance so there really is no excuse in regards to affordability. You will find too that without the insurance most developers/builders will not allow you to work for them as they will then have to assume liability for you and your work and they just are not going to do that.
|03-12-2008 03:48 PM|
Hello from Wisconsin
Hello all!! I am looking for a possible career change into post construction cleaning. I am 32 and currently work as a cna for an agency, but am not getting many hrs. at all. I have 2 children for whom I pay support for at a set rate of $150/wk. It is VERY hard to make ends meet and I find it hard to provide like I want to my children, so I am hopeing that starting a buisness could help with that. I have done some research on pcc and would like to get started right away, but I can't afford the insurance right now. Is there anyway to get the ball rolling without alot of start-up$$? I really need help!!! As a first timer to all of this, I am overwhelmed and was hopeing to find a coach or two on this site. I want to eagerly get started right away,so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.