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|10-12-2017 07:14 PM|
Hi Joe, and welcome!
This can be a useful site, but be forwarned: too many people use it to only promote their business or their products. Phooey on that! I had hoped this forum would be a source of good new information and useful tips. So far, this forum has fallen a bit short of that. I keep hoping that the good (honest) cleaners out there will chime in and share their knowledge.
Cleaning can be a great business, a satisfying one. But only if you actually LIKE to clean and are a bit perfectionistic about it. Customers appreciate this, and will show it by retaining you. I have found that too many cleaning businesses run a "one hit" show. They show up, do a half-a___d job, charge too much, and thats about it. Many companies will hire just about anyone, and it shows in their results. A good company will interview new
hires extensively to see if they have what it takes. And not accept less than excellence.
If you care about results, and truly enjoy the work, it can be profitable for you, but it wont be an easy haul!
|10-12-2017 12:09 AM|
It’s not tough to start a residential cleaning business .Your residential cleaning business is really a smart business choice. It needs a minimum start up investment and employing cleaners is easy, because the cleaning techniques are quite simple. If you decide to start a small residential cleaning business, you may opt to go solo first and do all the cleaning yourself. But, if you decide to start a commercial cleaning business or if you want to have a larger operation to start with, you may need to hire staff. Good luck.
|09-22-2017 09:27 AM|
Hello From North Of Toronto
Hey there everyone,
I'm so happy to have found this forum, there is so much information available here.
About me: I run a residential cleaning company with my wife and after lurking around
these forums for a week, I thought it was time to become a member.
Looking forward to getting to know some of you,