Marketing Power Pack

All the tools needed to grow your marketing efforts and get more house cleaning client

35 idea's to get more house cleaning jobs

Marketing that is specific for House Cleaning Businesses.

 

Packed with tasks you can complete NOW to get more house cleaning jobs.

For beginners and seasoned cleaning businesses.

Looking for ways to get more house cleaning clients???

Get the Marketing Power Pack at the introductory price of $17.

Regular Price $25.00

Tired of Marketing idea’s that are not specific for House Cleaning Businesses?

 

This marketing power pack is made just for YOU and your Business! Each activity is geared towards attracting house cleaning clients.

 

While most activities can be applied to other small service businesses, I am showing you how you can apply them to get more cleaning clients.

Are you a new company and need to know where to start to look for New Clients?

These tasks can be used and applied to both the NEW cleaning business or SEASONED business looking to find more clients.

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Tired of Marketing idea’s that include cold calling or knocking on doors?

You won’t find either in this power pack of 35 idea’s that you can implement right now with out selling your soul to cold calling.

These idea’s are up to date with current marketing trends and focus on local target marketing to help you get quality leads in your local community.

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Can’t afford print ad’s that cost hundreds or thousands of dollars?

These marketing idea’s are all low cost and won’t break the bank…..In fact almost all are completely FREE!

That’s right, you can still make a huge impact on marketing your house cleaning business with free marketing and advertising.

An Inside Look of all the Goodies!

Printable chart with 35 Marketing Idea’s specific to House Cleaning Businesses.

$5.00 Value!

 

Get more house cleaning jobs and leads with this chart of 35 marketing tasks you can complete to get more cleaning clients.

 

Print it out and hang it on the wall or keep a copy on your desk. Each time you complete a task check it off as complete.

House Cleaning marketing checklist

EBook with descriptions on how to complete each of the Marketing Tasks on the checklist.

$10.00 Value!

 

This pack is more than just a checklist. You also get a 9 page document with descriptions of each of the marketing idea’s.

Packed with links with where to go to complete the marketing tasks. And links of where you can go to get more information.

35 idea's to get more house cleaning jobs

 

 

 

An Excel workbook to track your marketing activities.

$10.00 Value!

 

Track your leads as they come in and record where they found out about your business.

 

Always track your marketing efforts. This helps you know which ones are working and which ones aren’t.

 

Fill in your leads on this worksheet and it will automatically graph your efforts. It will be easy to see which activities are bringing in the most clients.

Those will be the activities you will want to spend more of your resources on.

 

 

Track your marketing with this tracking Excel workbook.

What to expect from this Marketing Power Pack

There are 2 things I want you to understand before you purchase this Marketing Power Pack….

#1. It will NOT happen over night and you WILL have to put in the work.

There is no button to push and you get new cleaning clients. It is about building a foundation of activities as you are building your business.

While your calendar will not be booked over night, you will consistently build your cleaning business if you put in the work and continuously feed your marketing activities.

#2. I can NOT Guarantee results.

This power pack gives you the knowledge in of what activities will make an impact on your overall marketing strategy for your cleaning business.

It is up to you to complete the tasks. YOU have the power to build a great business…I’m just giving you the knowledge of experience and education I have so that you can shorten the learning curve and start building your business.

Yes! I want the Marketing Power Pack!

$25.00

Questions smart people ask before purchasing.

Who is this Power Pack for?

This Marketing Power Pack provides marketing advice for businesses that clean residential homes on a recurring basis. If your business only cleans foreclosures, move-in/move-out cleanings, office or commercial cleanings these resources will not be the most beneficial for you.

When will I get my products?

Once you finalize the purchase, you will receive an email from SendOwl with a link to your downloads.

How long will I have access to the resources?

Forever! once you download the product, if you get a new computer or loose the file. You can revisit the link and download the products again.

Will I get updates to future updates made to the resources?

Yes! After I update a product, you will receive an email from me letting you know there has been an update and you will be able to download the newest version.

Can I return any of the products?

No. Because these products are digital you always have access to them and there is nothing physical to return.

I still have more questions, who can I contact?

Still not sure if these resources are for you, or you have more questions you can shoot me an email at Roberta@wellkeptclutter.com and I will get back with you shortly.

This offer will not last long. Get it while you it lasts!

$25.00

Deep Clean a Kitchen | 20 Minutes or Less

Deep Clean a Kitchen | 20 Minutes or Less

Professionally Deep Clean a Kitchen, 20 minutes or less.

When cleaning a kitchen, it is easy to spend lots of time scrubbing surfaces. It is important to not clean surfaces more than once.

There really is no reason to spend more than 20 minutes cleaning your kitchen from top to bottom.

In this article I am going to teach you how to clean a kitchen thoroughly and fast.

Please note, this article may include affiliate links. You can read the full disclosure at the bottom of the page.

 

 

Supplies needed to deep clean a kitchen

  • All Purpose Cleaner
  • Microfiber Clothes
  • Razor Blade
  • Small Detail Brush
  • Stainless Steel Scrubber (if you have gas stove grills)
  • Bar Keepers friend
  • Stainless Steel cleaner (if you have a stainless-steel refrigerator)
  • Wiemam glass cook top cleaner and brush (if you have a glass stove top)
  • Long Duster

 

Click here to get my list of all my House Cleaning Supplies that I use in my Cleaning Business

 

Tips and Tricks for Deep Cleaning a Kitchen Fast

#1. Clean Top to Bottom

The most important trick with cleaning a kitchen is you want to start at the top of the surfaces and make your way down. If you clean counter tops before wiping the cabinets, you will have to wipe the counter down a second time to clean up the dust from above.

#2. Clean Left to Right

The second trick is to start on one end of the kitchen and make your way around cleaning everything in your tracks.

Do not go back to an area after you have cleaned it because you forgot to wipe an appliance down. This wastes time and you will mess up what you have already cleaned. Make sure you clean every surface the first time.

#3. Wear a Cleaning Apron

Third trick to deep clean a kitchen fast is to wear an apron and carry all of your cleaning supplies needed plus lots of extra microfiber clothes. This way you don’t have to go back to your cleaning caddy to get a tool or cleaner.

 

 

Start at the top with long dusting

Start with dusting the high and low areas of the kitchen. Dust the tops of cabinets, bottom of cabinets, window treatments, and light fixtures and any ceiling fans.

It is best to use a removable microfiber dusting wand. The microfiber will attract the dust while you are cleaning so that it does not fly everywhere.

You will be able to wash the removable microfiber after each house you clean to avoid contamination from one client to another.

Dust hard to reach areas with a long dusting wand.

 

Wet Cleaning all surfaces

Starting from the kitchen sink make your way around the kitchen cleaning with a warm damp microfiber cloth and all-purpose cleaner. Don’t clean the sink yet, this will be done right before you clean the floors.

As  you walk around the kitchen, first spot clean above cabinets if there are any spots. Use the all-purpose cleaner if needed to remove spots.

Spray the counter. Wipe down the tops and fronts of small appliances.

Wipe the counter down and brushing any crumbs or debris to the floor to vacuum up later. Do not try and catch the crumbs. This will cost you lots of extra time.

You will be vacuuming the kitchen floor and will pick up the crumbs super-fast.

Lift any small appliances or items that may be sitting on top of counters with one hand as you wipe under it with another.

For a streak free finish on the counter tops, follow up with a dry microfiber cloth. I always keep lots of extra clean and dry microfiber clothes in my cleaning apron so that I can dry surfaces after I clean them.

My clients love this. They get a streak free and non-sticky finish on their appliances and countertops. If you are cleaning granite counter tops, they have a tendency to show water marks after cleaning. Wiping with a dry microfiber towel will eliminate the water marks.

Finish an area with spot cleaning any smudges on the bottom cabinet doors.

 

Clean the Stove and range hood

Spray the stove top underneath the range hood. If there is a microwave above the stove spray the inside and outside.

Wipe the outside of the microwave and then underneath. Wipe out the inside of the microwave from top to bottom. Sweep any debris out of the microwave on to the stove or floor.

If needed get a new towel. If your towel has grease and debris don’t continue using it. You will spread the grease to other surfaces making it more difficult to clean.

Wipe the back of the wall behind the stove. If the control nozzles are on top of the stove, wipe them down now.

Clean the top of the stove, wiping any debris to the floor. Then make your way down the front of the oven door wiping it down.

For stainless-steel or glass tops, uses a dry microfiber to towel to dry water residue to prevent streaking and leave a shinny finish.

Grab a new clean towel to continue cleaning counter tops after cleaning a stove top or microwave. The grease can leave streaks and residue on the counter tops making it more difficult to clean.

 

Clean the kitchen sink

After you have made your way around the entire kitchen, you can now wash the sink.

Spray down the sink with the All Purpose Cleaner. If you have a porcelain sink, I recommend using bar Keepers friend to clean it.

Let the cleaner sit on the sink while you pack up your cleaning caddy and apron. Now is a good time to take out any trash as well.

Using a small detail brush, brush around the base of the facet, the sink drain and any crevice’s that are hard to reach with a cloth. Place brush back in your apron, and grab microfiber cloth.

Starting with the faucet, wiped down into the sink and around the edges. Once all spots are cleaned up rinse down the sink and your microfiber towel.

Don’t worry about getting your towel too clean. You are now done with it and can discard it for washing.

 

Clean the Floors

At this point all the surfaces in the kitchen should be cleaned. You are now ready to vacuum and mop the floors. If you are going to be using a steam mop, now is the time to plug it in to warm up.

Vacuum

The kitchen generally will have hard floors (tile, linoleum, laminate or wood). Use a vacuum cleaner that works well at vacuuming hard surfaces. Preferably one with out a beater brush.

Starting in the back of the kitchen, vacuum the floors. Use the hose to reach into any corners that the vacuum can not reach. Vacuum your way out of the kitchen.

Use the whisk broom to get debris from under the refrigerator, stove and dishwasher.

Mop

Depending on the types of flooring you will choose which mop will work best.

 

Begin mopping in the back of the kitchen and make your way out of the room.

If there is any food stuck to the the floor that does not come up easily with the mop use the scrapper or razor blade to quickly pick it up.

Do not spend a lot of time mopping over stuck on food. This takes to much time when you can quickly remove it with a razor blade.

 

Kitchen Cleaning FAQ’s

 

How to clean a white kitchen sink?

Bar Keepers’ Friend will be your best bet in cleaning a white porcelain sink. To clean a sink with bar keepers’ friend, first wet the sink, then sprinkle the cleaner all over the surface. Let set for a few minutes while you clean the counter tops.

Clean white porcelain sinks with Bar Keepers Friend for a deep kitchen clean
Use a microfiber cloth and clean in a circular motion all around the bottom of the sink and then up the sides of the sink. All scuff marks and stains will lift with the cleaner. Finally rinse down the sink to be sure to remove all the cleaner. Bar keepers’ friend can leave behind a grainy finish if you do not rinse well enough.

How to clean white Formica counter tops?

A Mr clean magic eraser kitchen scrubber will work great at cleaning marks and stains off of Formica counter tops. You can either wet the scrubber or use it dry. Once complete cleaning with the mr clean magic eraser then clean your counter tops as usual using an all-purpose cleaner.

How to clean white Formica counter tops and remove all stains with mr clean magic eraser. Deep clean a kitchen in less time.

How do I clean foam kitchen mats?

Your clients may have foam kitchen mats. The best way to clean foam kitchen mats is with warm water and mild soap. This process can be time consuming when cleaning each service. For your routine cleaning clients offer this service as an up charge or add it as a rotating task. In between deep cleans you can wipe the foam mat with a warm damp microfiber cloth when mopping floors.

Do not use a harsh cleaner on foam mats. This can break down the foam and ruin your clients’ mats. I also do not recommend steam cleaning them if you steam clean floors. The high heat can also degrade the material of the mat causing it to break down.

 

How do I clean a kitchen aid self-cleaning oven?

The easiest way to clean a self-cleaning oven is to set the cleaning cycle when you first arrive to a home to clean. Let the clean cycle run its course. Just before you are finished cleaning the home, you can wipe out and debris at the bottom. If there are still spots on the glass window, spray the window down with a degreaser. Let it sit for a few minutes. Take a razor blade and scrape off the residue.

 

How do I clean white glass top stoves?

Glass stove tops are notorious for leaving marks after cooking. If we want our glass stove top looking new, we have to clean it after each time we cook.

The best cleaner to clean a white glass top stove is Weiman’s glass cook top cleaner combined with the scrubbing pad.

Deep clean kitchen. How to clean white glass top stove with glass top cleaner and scrubber.
When cleaning, you don’t have to clean the whole stove top. Just use a little bit of the cleaner where there are scuff marks on the glass top. Wipe up the cleaner with a clean dry microfiber cloth and buff out any streaks.

This method leaves your glass stove top shinny and clean.

 

How to clean grease off kitchen walls?

The kitchen is notorious for grease stains on all the surfaces. The walls are not immune to getting grease splatters. To clean grease off of walls it is best to use a degreaser. This will help to cut through the grease and remove it off of the walls. Do not try and use a mr clean magic eraser for this job. The magic erasers are great at removing stains, but not great at removing grease.

Spray the wall with the degreaser then wipe it up with a warm damp microfiber cloth. Make sure to wipe up all of the degreaser. You may have to rinse out your towel or follow up with a clean damp towel to remove excess cleaner.

Once the grease is removed. Use a clean, dry microfiber to wipe down and dry the wall.

 

How to clean sticky wood kitchen cabinets?

Sticky wood cabinets tend to happen in high humidity or areas where you may cook. The sticky residue usually is from wet and grease that have settled on the surfaces from cooking. To clean sticky wood kitchen cabinets, you will want to use a degreaser. A degreaser will cut through the sticky residue on the cabinets.

If you use a wood cleaner to clean your cabinets, this will not get the sticky finish off. To clean spray a warm damp microfiber cloth with the degreaser cleaner. Then wipe down the fronts of the cabinets.

Do not spray the cleaner directly on the cabinets. This can leave behind spray marks on the finish of the wood cabinets.

Make sure to rinse the wood cabinets with a clean damp warm microfiber cloth to remove all the excess cleaner. To finish, buff out the cabinets with a dry microfiber cloth to remove all water residue.

 

How much to charge for extra cleaning tasks in the kitchen:

Upselling extra cleaning tasks is a great way to add more revenue without having to get new clients. Cleaning out a fridge or oven takes extra time, so make sure to charge your client when they request these services. It is your time

How much to charge for fridge cleaning services?

The going rate for cleaning out a refrigerator is between $25 – $45. The more food and dirty he fridge is the more you will want to charge as it will take you longer to clean.

If you are doing a move out clean or a rental cleaning service, refrigerator cleans are usually included in the cost to clean the home. And generally you would not charge extra for these types of services.

How much to charge for oven cleaning services?

Oven cleaning can take up to 2 hours depending on the size and type of oven a client has. Another factor to determine how much to charge will be how messy and when the last time the oven was cleaned. If you clean your clients ovens on a regular basis you will not need to charge as much. But if the oven looks like it hasn’t been cleaned in 5 years, it will take you longer to clean. You can charge an extra $35 – $100 dollars to clean an oven for your clients.

 

Learn how to Deep Clean a Kitchen fast.

 

Where to find House Cleaning Jobs near you

Where to find House Cleaning Jobs near you

Where to look for house cleaning jobs

If you love to clean, and you have a strong attention to detail, then you may have what it takes to be a housekeeper. You can make anywhere from $12 – $50 an hour depending on who you work for. This post will take you through how to find house cleaning jobs.

Please note, this article may include affiliate links. You can read the full disclosure at the bottom of the page.

 

House keeper jobs

 

Visit websites of local cleaning businesses in your area

Do a google search for house cleaning services in your area. Find a cleaning business you want to work for and go to their website. The large cleaning businesses such as Molly Maid, The Maids, The Cleaning Authority have employment applications directly on their website that you can apply to.

Working for these types of companies you can expect to make about $450 – $500, these include entry level jobs. Some companies will pay you by the hour, while others will pay you a percentage of the cleaning fee.

 

Search openings for large cleaning companies.

Search on Indeed.com for house cleaning jobs

Indeed is a general job posting website and is one of the most popular sites to post and find jobs. Type in the words house cleaning jobs in the search bar at the top of the site and it will provide you with a list of cleaning jobs near you. Just doing a search for house cleaning jobs near me, I was able to find 107 similar jobs within a 25 mile radius.

 

Search for local cleaning jobs on indeed.com

 

When you find a job that best meets your availability and skill set you can apply to it directly on Indeed’s website. It is easier to create a profile directly on Indeed. This way you can quickly apply for multiple cleaning jobs without having to type in your information multiple times.

Search HouseKeeper.com for house cleaning jobs

HouseKeeper.com is a job posting site for House keeping jobs. The majority of the job postings are by homeowners looking to find a house keeper for their home. You can expect to find daily or weekly housekeeping jobs, rental cleaning jobs or even caretaker cleaning services.

Most of the jobs pay by the hour anywhere from $15 – $40 an hour, with most being on the lower end of that. The number of hours you work a week will depend on the needs of the job and how many jobs you get hired for. Most of these jobs are looking for housekeeping tasks that include general cleaning, dishes, laundry, changing of linens, organization, and keeping the house tidy.

 

house cleaning jobs on housekeeper.com

 

With these housekeeping jobs you will most likely not receive training and many jobs require that you have experience. Have a few references of other houses you have cleaned ready to provide to the homeowners when applying for a job.

Benefits to working with a large company

Low Risk

When you work for another company, they are responsible for having the insurance. They carry the risk of the cleaning that you perform. For example, if the company, has you clean with a certain cleaner, and it ruins a clients floors or surface. The company is on the hook for replacing or repairing the damage, not you.

One thing to note here is to make sure you check with the company’s policies on damage and breakage. Some cleaning companies will require their employees to reimburse for breakage or damage. They may do this in reducing your pay or putting you on probation.

 

You will receive training

When you are hired on with a cleaning company, they will offer you training on how to clean houses using their systems. This is great training to learn how to clean quickly and efficiently. You will learn how to use different types of cleaning equipment and different types of cleaning products. The more houses you clean, the more you will become familiar with how different cleaning products and which products work best.

After working for a cleaning company for a while you will develop the skills to branch off on your own and start your own cleaning business. You will get lots of practice cleaning and learn what customers like and don’t like.

Though before you break out on your own, check with your companies’ policies. You may have had to sign a no compete contract meaning you agree not to start a cleaning business for a certain amount of time after leaving the company.

 

 

 

What to look for when searching for House cleaning jobs

Does the company provide workers comp insurance?

Cleaning houses does pose some safety risks such as chemical burns/irritations, slipping and falling on wet floor. You may have to step on a ladder to reach high areas and could risk falling. It is important to ask your employer if they have workers comp insurance. Insurance will protect you if you get hurt on the job. If you get hurt and the company does not have the proper insurance, you will have to pay for all medical fees and you will not get paid for your time not worked.

 

Does the company offer training?

Everyone cleans their own houses. But cleaning another person’s home takes some trained skills. Reputable cleaning services provide thorough training to their cleaning technicians. In your interview ask what their training looks like. You should expect to have a few days of working with a lead or trainer.

 

Does the company provide uniforms, or do you have to purchase your own?

Most reputable house cleaning services provide uniforms to their house cleaners. You should expect to be provided with a t-shirt and cleaning apron. I would shy away from a company that expects its house cleaners to purchase their own uniforms. There is no need for you to buy your own.

 

Do they reimburse mileage?

Driving from house-to-house costs money. If you are driving your own car you will be putting wear and tear on your vehicle and paying for the gas. Make sure the company reimburses your mileage if your expected to drive your own car. The company should reimburse you a certain amount per mile that you drive.

 

Do they pay by the hour or by the job?

Before starting any job it is important to know how you will be getting paid. House cleaning services either pay their employees either by the hour or by a percentage of a job. If you are paid by a percentage of the job, the more houses you can clean, the more money you will make.

 

 

 

Start your own house cleaning business.

This is my favorite house cleaning job. By starting your own business, you control your own schedule, how you clean, and you get all the profits. It does take more effort starting your own house cleaning business or maid service, but the rewards are totally worth it.

You can expect to make $25 – $50/ an hour cleaning houses if you own your own business. That is a lot more than if you were working for another cleaning business. If you cleaned 2 houses a day by yourself at 3 hours each, you could make $150 – $300/ per day!

The great thing about starting a cleaning business is, it does not take a lot of money to do so. As long as you have some cleaning supplies and a car you can get started. Once you start getting more clients, you can then start spending some money on advertising, promotions and some fancier tools.

If you want to learn more about how you can start your own house cleaning business visit my guide here. I go over all the steps it takes to start your own business.

 

 

The easiest way to find cleaning jobs when you own your own business is to create a website and claim your cleaning business on Google. Many homeowners look for cleaning services online, it is the new yellow pages. By claiming your business on Google you will show up for local search results for cleaning businesses in your area.

Other ways to find house cleaning jobs is to let your family and friends know you are looking for cleaning jobs. If they are not in need of house cleaning, maybe they know some one who is.

 

If you scrolled to the bottom, here is a quick list of how to find house cleaning jobs:
  1. Visit local cleaning business website for job postings
  2. Browse job postings on housekeeper.com
  3. Search house cleaning jobs on Indeed.com
  4. Start your own cleaning business

 

How to find house cleaning jobs

 

Start a Cleaning Business in Florida

Start a Cleaning Business in Florida

Start a cleaning business in Florida. Florida is a great place to start a cleaning business. With the growing population and high tourism rates there are plenty of cleaning jobs out there for you.

House cleaners can make anywhere from $25 – $75 an hour cleaning houses in Florida.

The majority of cleaning companies are made up of small businesses. There can be little start up cost involved and as you grow your cleaning business, you can add on the fancy tools.

 

How to start a Cleaning Business in FL

This guide includes resources for starting a cleaning business in Florida. Visit the states Division of Corporations to learn more about running a business in Florida.

Types of Cleaning Businesses to start in Florida

Decide what type of cleaning service you will offer

There are many different types of cleaning business you can start in Florida.

  • Recurring House Cleaning
  • Rental Cleaning
  • Hotel Cleaning
  • Foreclosure cleaning
  • Office cleaning
  • Move out cleaning service
  • Restaurant Cleaning

 

Choose a name for your cleaning business

When choosing a name, you will want to consider SEO (search engine optimization, how new clients will find you on the internet) and the name should represent what your business does. This way when some one hears your business’s name, they know your are in the business of cleaning houses.

To brainstorm a name for your cleaning business, start with the words Maid, Cleaning and Service. Put these words at the top of a sheet of paper.

Then start writing as many adjectives and adverbs that match your company. This will help you to create a list of possible business names for you to choose from.

Once you choose a name you will need to verify, no other businesses are registered with the same name in Florida. You can do a Business Name search here to verify your business name is available in Florida.

 

Choose a Business Structure for your Cleaning Business

Before registering your new cleaning business, you will need to know the legal structure for your business.

This structure will determine how your cleaning business will file its tax returns and how you as the owner will be taxed on your earnings as well.

It’s extremely important that you become familiar with and understand the different structures and how taxes are paid and filed with each. When choosing your business structure, consult with your tax professional. They can also help you file all the necessary paperwork.

The different structures include sole-proprietor, partnership, corporation, s-corporation or limited liability corporation. You can learn more about each business structure here.

 

Apply for an EIN (Employer Identification Number)

Getting an EIN for your cleaning business is a must if you will be hiring employees.

If you will be operating as a sole-proprietor and not hiring employees, you may be able to use your personal social security number when filing taxes and such for your business. But it is always best to talk to your tax professional to see which you will need.

To apply for an EIN you will file a SS-4 with the IRS. It is free and you can do so on the IRS website. If you file online you will get your number right away.

You can also apply by snail mail, but it will take much longer to get your number. Read more about your filing options on the IRS website.

Start a Cleaning Business in Florida

File your business with the state of Florida

The state of Florida requires that all businesses register on SunBiz.org.

If you are forming a Corporation you will file an Articles of Incorporation with the state. The fee to file is $70.00. For instructions on filing an Articles of Incorporation visit Florida’s Sunbiz.org webpage for required filings for Corporations.

To file a Limited Liability Company in Florida you will file an Articles of Organization. The fee to file an Articles of Organization in Florida is $125. For instructions on filing an Articles of Organization visit Florida’s Suniz.org webpage for starting a Limited Liability Company.

If you are not ready to file as a Corporation or an LLC, you are able to operate as a sole-proprietor. To file your cleaning business in Florida as a sole-proprietor you only need to file a fictitious name through Sunbiz.org. The Fee to file a fictitious name in Florida is only $50.00. For more instructions on filing a fictitious name in Florida visit the sunbiz.org’s webpage for filing a fictitious name.

Business licensing needs in Florida

At the time this article was written, there is no business licensing needed for general house cleaning businesses in Florida.

I recommend checking with the states licensing need when registering a new business.

Click here to check to see if your business needs a business license in Florida.

 

Get Business Insurance

Insurance protects you and your business’s assets, or money in the event of a accident or other unplanned event.

Types of insurance your cleaning business may need include liability insurance, bonding insurance and commercial car insurance.

The easiest way to shop for business insurance is to start with an insurance broker and they will do the shopping around for you to find the best deal.

This article goes more in depth on what types of insurance are best for cleaning businesses along with some FAQ’s.

 

Additional Resources to start a cleaning business in Florida

The Florida Chamber of Commerce has lots of resources for small businesses in Florida. They offer online training, new and existing business counseling, as well as business training and events.

Florida Small Business Trends is a publication that offers information and resources to small businesses operating in Florida.

 

Next Steps to start your cleaning business.

Now that you have taken care of the boring (but oh so necessary) legal steps to getting your cleaning business official, you can now start with the Cleaning!

Below are resources on how to operate a cleaning business successfully.

 

Purchase cleaning supplies and equipment

You’ll need to get all the needed supplies to start cleaning your first client homes. I have that taken care of for you.

Visit my page to get a complete list of cleaning supplies and equipment needed to run a Professional Cleaning Business.

If you need help purchasing a vacuum visit my page on purchasing a vacuum for your cleaning business

Marketing your cleaning service

You can’t start cleaning houses if you don’t tell people you have a cleaning business.

Your first step to marketing will be to tell all your friends, family and contacts in your phone and email that you have started a house cleaning business and you are currently taken new clients.

Next get your business online. Most homeowners now search for services online before hiring a business. Make sure your business is visible online when a homeowner searches for cleaning services in your area.

Claim your My Business google profile. By claiming your My Business google profile your business will show up in searches when someone searches Cleaning Businesses in Town Name.

Start a website. You can start a website using this link for just $2.97/ month. Use your business name as your domain name. Once you are registered, apply a free Word Press template. You are now ready to enter in your business information.

Make sure to add your contact information, a list of your services, and a an about me page where you introduce your self. Include high quality before and after images of your cleaning.

Activate a Facebook Business Profile.

Price your cleaning services

Decide whether you are going to price your cleaning services by the hour or by a flat fee. Most cleaning businesses make between $25 – $75 an hour.

Charging by the hour for house cleaning services:

It is best to charge by the hour when you are offering services that will take longer to complete and when the tasks can vary each time you clean a house. When your cleaning times vary it becomes much more difficult to charge a flat fee per clean.

It is best to charge by the hour if you plan to offer the following tasks similar to the following:

  • laundry
  • dishes
  • picking up clutter/toys
  • organizing spaces
  • personalizing cleaning service to each client
Charging a Flat Fee

Charging a flat fee is the best way to streamline your business and start building more profits. But a HUGE disclaimer: Only charge a flat fee if you are completing the same cleaning service for each client.

This means you define the checklist and tasks that you will complete at the home. If you do not follow the same cleaning checklist for each client and each time you clean, DO NOT charge a flat fee to clean.

Check out the following articles for more information on Pricing Cleaning service:

 

Hire employees

If you plan to hire employees you will need to make sure you have filed for an EIN (Review step #4) and have proper insurance (Review step #7).

You will also want to have a training plan in place. In my experience it is best to have a 3 step training plan in place.

  1. Have your new employee read through or watch a video that you have put together on how to clean your way.
  2. Next, have the new employee follow you while you clean. Talk through all the steps they should be taking for each task and room in a home.
  3. Now, you shadow the new employee for a few houses. It is important to correct a any movements that do not fit into your cleaning strategy. For this step you are helping your new employee to develop the same habits to clean a home your way.

 

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How to Start a Cleaning Business in New Jersey

How to Start a Cleaning Business in New Jersey

Start a cleaning business in New Jersey. Asking yourself how do I start a cleaning business near me?

No matter where you decide to start a cleaning business, if there are houses in the area, someone will want to hire a cleaning company.

The majority of cleaning companies are made up of small businesses. There can be little start up cost involved and as you grow your cleaning business, you can add on the fancy tools.

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How to start a Cleaning Business in NJ

This guide includes resources for starting a cleaning business in New Jersey. Visit the states Business Portal to learn more about running a business in New Jersey.

Start a Cleaning Business in New Jersey

Decide what type of cleaning service you will offer

There are many different types of cleaning business you can start.

  • Recurring House Cleaning
  • Foreclosure cleaning
  • Office cleaning
  • Move out cleaning service
  • Restaurant Cleaning

Choose a name for your cleaning business

When choosing a name, you will want to consider SEO (search engine optimization, how new clients will find you on the internet) and the name should represent what your business does. This way when someone hears your business’s name, they know your are in the business of cleaning houses.

To brainstorm a name for your cleaning business, start with the words Maid, Cleaning and Service. Put these words at the top of a sheet of paper. Then start writing as many adjectives and adverbs that match your company. This will help you to create a list of possible business names for you to choose from.

Verify your name is available in New Jersey by searching the Businesses on the DORES of NJ. If your business name is not already registered in New Jersey then you are ready to register your business.

 

Choose a Business Structure for your Cleaning Business

Before registering your new cleaning business, you will need to know the legal structure for your business. This structure will determine how your cleaning business will file its tax returns and how you as the owner will be taxed on your earnings as well.

It’s extremely important that you become familiar with and understand the different structures and how taxes are paid and filed with each. When choosing your business structure, consult with your tax professional. They can also help you file all the necessary paperwork.

The different structures include

  • Sole-proprietor
  • Partnership
  • Corporation
  • S-Corporation
  • Limited Liability Corporation

You can learn more about each business structure here.

File your business with the state of New Jersey

The state of New Jersey requires that all businesses register with the Division of Revenue within 15 days of starting your cleaning business to allow time for paperwork to be completed.

You can file your business with New Jersey 1 of 2 ways:

Online directly with the Division of Revenue Business Registration in New Jersey. Depending on which legal structure you choose, you will have to file the appropriate paperwork to register your business. You can find the forms to register your new cleaning business in New Jersey online here at .

Through a 3rd party who takes care of the filling for you. IncFile.com offers free filing service for LLC’s. You’ll just have to pay the state filing fees. There is a small fee for filing Corporations.

Using a filing service will ensure your filing is done correctly the first time which will help ensure no delays.

Business licensing needs in New Jersey

At the time this article was written, there is no business licensing needed for general house cleaning businesses. I recommend checking with the states licensing need when registering a new business. Click here to check to see if your business needs a business license in the state of New Jersey.

Apply for an EIN (Employer Identification Number)

Getting an EIN for your cleaning business is a must if you will be hiring employees.

If you will be operating as a sole-proprietor and not hiring employees, you may be able to use your personal social security number when filing taxes and such for your business. But it is always best to talk to your tax professional to see which you will need.

To apply for an EIN you will file a SS-4 with the IRS. It is free and you can do so on the IRS website. If you file online you will get your number right away. If you don’t feel comfortable filing the form yourself, you can use a company like IncFile.com who can file for your EIN.

You can also apply by snail mail, but it will take much longer to get your number. Read more about your filing options on the IRS website.

Get Business Insurance

Insurance protects you and your business’s assets, or money in the event of a accident or other unplanned event.

Types of insurance your cleaning business may need include liability insurance, bonding insurance and commercial car insurance.

The easiest way to shop for business insurance is to start with an insurance broker and they will do the shopping around for you to find the best deal.

This article goes more in depth on what types of insurance are best for cleaning businesses along with some FAQ’s.

 

Additional Resources for starting a cleaning business in New Jersey

The Small Business Development Center has lots of resources for small businesses in New Jersey. They offer online training, new and existing business counseling, as well as business training and events.

The state offers Small Business Workshops to help you in the process of how to register your business in New Jersey. How to report business income in the state. If you have employees, they also provide workshops on employer responsibilities in New Jersey.

 

Next Steps to start your cleaning business.

Now that you have taken care of the boring (but oh so necessary) legal steps to getting your cleaning business official, you can now start with the Cleaning!

Below are resources on how to operate a cleaning business successfully.

 

Purchase cleaning supplies and equipment

You’ll need to get all the needed supplies to start cleaning your first client homes. I have that taken care of for you.

Visit my page to get a complete list of cleaning supplies and equipment needed to run a Professional Cleaning Business.

If you need help purchasing a vacuum visit my page on purchasing a vacuum for your cleaning business

Marketing your cleaning service

You can’t start cleaning houses if you don’t tell people you have a cleaning business.

Your first step to marketing will be to tell all your friends, family and contacts in your phone and email that you have started a house cleaning business and you are currently taken new clients.

Next get your business online. Most homeowners now search for services online before hiring a business. Make sure your business is visible online when a homeowner searches for cleaning services in your area.

Claim your My Business google profile. By claiming your My Business google profile your business will show up in searches when someone searches Cleaning Businesses in Town Name.

Start a website. You can start a website using this link for just $2.97/ month. Use your business name as your domain name. Once you are registered, apply a free Word Press template. You are now ready to enter in your business information.

Make sure to add your contact information, a list of your services, and a an about me page where you introduce your self. Include high quality before and after images of your cleaning.

Activate a Facebook Business Profile.

Price your cleaning services

Decide whether you are going to price your cleaning services by the hour or by a flat fee. Most cleaning businesses make between $25 – $75 an hour.

Charging by the hour for house cleaning services:

It is best to charge by the hour when you are offering services that will take longer to complete and when the tasks can vary each time you clean a house. When your cleaning times vary it becomes much more difficult to charge a flat fee per clean.

It is best to charge by the hour if you plan to offer the following tasks similar to the following:

  • laundry
  • dishes
  • picking up clutter/toys
  • organizing spaces
  • personalizing cleaning service to each client
Charging a Flat Fee

Charging a flat fee is the best way to streamline your business and start building more profits. But a HUGE disclaimer: Only charge a flat fee if you are completing the same cleaning service for each client.

This means you define the checklist and tasks that you will complete at the home. If you do not follow the same cleaning checklist for each client and each time you clean, DO NOT charge a flat fee to clean.

Check out the following articles for more information on Pricing Cleaning service:

 

Hire employees

If you plan to hire employees you will need to make sure you have filed for an EIN (Review step #4) and have proper insurance (Review step #7).

You will also want to have a training plan in place. In my experience it is best to have a 3 step training plan in place.

  1. Have your new employee read through or watch a video that you have put together on how to clean your way.
  2. Next, have the new employee follow you while you clean. Talk through all the steps they should be taking for each task and room in a home.
  3. Now, you shadow the new employee for a few houses. It is important to correct a any movements that do not fit into your cleaning strategy. For this step you are helping your new employee to develop the same habits to clean a home your way.

 

Well Kept Clutter helps aspiring entrepreneurs to start their own cleaning business and start making money right away.

Sign up below to get access to our FREE resource library or hop on over to our shop to purchase client forms, get help with marketing, or purchase our signature EBOOK: A Maid Services Guide to Cleaning Professionally.

 

Get additional resources for your cleaning business from the Well Kept Clutter

 

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Types of Cleaning Services to Make Money

Types of Cleaning Services to Make Money

Types of cleaning services entrepreneurs can easily start with little money. Check out this list of different types of cleaning services you can offer. Choose the right types of cleaning services for your newest business venture.

In this article:

  1. Foreclosure Cleaning Services
  2. Post Construction Cleaning Services
  3. Move-Out Cleaning Services
  4. Residential House Cleaning Services
  5. Vacation Rental Cleaning Services

 

Different Types of Cleaning Services to offer:

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Starting a Foreclosure Cleaning Business

When deciding on the types of cleaning services to offer, keep in mind that foreclosure cleanings will be one of the most labor-intensive cleaning services you can offer. Many foreclosed homes  have been abandoned and left in ruins. 

 

What to expect when cleaning foreclosure cleanings

Cleaning foreclosures will not be a glamorous job by any means. A foreclosure is where homeowners defaulted on their mortgage and are forced to move out. When a homeowner is past due with their mortgage banks take legal proceedings to take back the home.

Many times, these houses are left in terrible conditions and it would be your job to clean up what was left behind. Many times these homes are left empty for long periods of time before the bank is able to list it for sale. Therefore these homes can become victim to vandalizing.

To give some perspective, when I was in College my grandmother bought and sold foreclosures. She hired me to help with the cleaning. We cleaned houses where families left all their belongings. When I say all belongings, I mean furniture, closets full of clothes, and even albums filled with family photos. We had to rent large dumpsters and haul all the belongings out of the home.

Some homes we cleaned had been broken into and trashed. There would be graffitied walls and items left behind were scattered everywhere. We would find broken bottles and at one home we even found a pile of human feces….YUCK! So as I said, these types of cleanings will not be glamorous and will require heavy duty cleaning.

These reasons are why you can charge hundreds/thousands of dollars to clean foreclosures. 

 

Equipment/Supplies needed to clean foreclosures.

As you can imagine from the picture I created above, foreclosure cleanings require heavy duty supplies and equipment to help clean up the mess. Equipment you will want to get will include a heavy-duty shop vac to vacuum up debris, a heavy-duty steam cleaner to disinfect and clean walls and surfaces to remove built up grim, a truck or trailer to help haul away furniture and garbage.

As far as cleaning supplies, foreclosure cleanings will require a heavy duty degreaser, mildew remover, lime and rust remover. When cleaning with these cleaners, make sure to have good ventilation and wear a mask to lessen the amount you will inhale.

 

How much you can make cleaning foreclosure

You can charge $100s or $1,000’s to clean a foreclosed home. the amount you charge will depend on how dirty a home is, how much you will need to haul away and the size of the home.

It can take a week or longer to clean a foreclosure. When first starting out, it is best to estimate the number of hours it will take to clean and charge an hourly rate. Then add a disclaimer, letting the owner know that your price is an estimate and can vary. 

Before pricing a foreclosure clean, make sure to do a thorough walk-a-round to avoid many surprises. Take note of any equipment rentals you may need and add the cost of the equipment rental to the cleaning service price. For example, if you have to rent a large dumpster bin to haul junk add the cost of the dumpster to the cost of the cleaning service.

 

How to market foreclosure cleaning services

With foreclosure cleanings, you will not be marketing to homeowners. Instead, you will want to market to banks and realtors. Look for local realtors who specialize in foreclosures and begin building relationships with them. Contact banks and speak with their foreclosure departments, find the person in charge of cleaning contracts and start building a relationship. 

It is also helpful to attend local networking events with your chamber of commerce. Realtors and banking professionals almost always attend these types of events to network with local businesses. Find your local professional realtor associations and attend their networking events. You can even develop a training presentation on property cleaning restoration. 

 

5 types of cleaning services to offer when starting a cleaning business

Starting a Post Construction Cleaning Service

With Post Construction cleaning you will be cleaning homes just after they have been built or renovated. You will be cleaning up after construction crews have left.

If you specialize in construction cleaning, you can offer to clean both the inside and the outside of the home. Many contractors also will hire cleaners to come clean the home in 2 phases.

The first clean would be after all the carpentry is completed and just before finishes like the flooring go in. The second clean would be the final detail clean, just before the homeowner moves in.

 

What to expect when cleaning post construction homes

Cleaning post construction homes requires hard work and detailed work. If you choose this type of cleaning service to offer, you will be cleaning up construction debris. This may require hauling the debris off the site as well.

To give you an idea of the cleaning think about when you last hung a picture. When you put the hole in the wall, you probably noticed the dry wall dust just from drilling that one hole. Well, after a construction crew leaves, the home is covered in that drywall dust and it will be your job to clean it up.

Your job will be to remove the saw dust, paint or glue from all surfaces including walls, doors, baseboards, appliances, cabinetry, windows and windowsills, light fixtures and of course the flooring. Things like excess grout may need to be removed from tiles, paint splatters may need to be removed from cabinetry, glue may need to be removed from laying wood floors, and factory stickers may need to be removed from newly installed windows.

 

Equipment/Supplies needed to clean foreclosures

Post construction cleaning will require equipment to help you to haul debris away and clean up the construction residue. A good quality shop vac that can pick up the construction dust with a good filter will be needed. Make sure the shop vac has attachments so you can vacuum inside cabinet drawers, window sills and other hard to reach areas.

Bring cleaning supplies that can remove left over glue, grout, or other finishing residue without ruining the surfaces. Make sure you know what surfaces the cleaning supplies are safe to use on. When I first started, I had cleaned cabinets with a cleaner that scratched the cabinetry. Some of the doors had to be replaced, it was not a fun situation to be in. 

Having a truck and trailer will be useful if you have to haul large debris from the construction site. Bring a tall ladder to reach light fixtures or tall windows. 

 

How much you can make cleaning new home/post construction cleaning

As you can see, cleaning a post construction home can involve several man hours due to the tedious tasks of cleaning construction dust and chemicals left behind by construction crews. It can take more than 1 day to clean depending on the size of the home and would require more than 1 cleaner. Because of this, you will be able to charge more for these types of cleanings.

According to home advisor, the national average for these types of cleaning services is $445.00. Your price will of course vary on the size of the home and the scope of work that will be expected. You can also add additional tasks such as exterior cleaning of windows, yard waste, or pressure washing.

 

How to market new home/construction cleaning services

For new home/construction cleaning services you will want to market to construction firms, general contractors, handy man services and other construction related businesses. These businesses will contract you out to clean homes that they have built or renovated. The homeowners rarely hire the cleaning service for these types of cleans.

To market to construction related businesses make calls or stop by offices to meet either the contractor or whoever oversees hiring subcontractors. The idea is to build a solid relationship so that you can service all their projects that they finish.

It is also very beneficial to visit local chamber events to network and make connections with local contractors. It may be easier to start with smaller firms if you do not have the crew to service multiple projects a week. As your reputation builds you can land larger clients and hire more employees.

 

Starting a Move-In/Move-Out Cleaning Service

Move-In/Move-Out will be less manual labor than foreclosure cleanings and construction cleaning businesses. Homeowners generally leave the home voluntarily whether they are selling the home or if they are ending a lease/renting agreement.

In each case, there is incentive to leave the home in good condition. But these types of cleanings do take longer to clean than a regular cleaning service where you come in ever 2 weeks to clean.

The homes will be empty or should be when go in to clean a move-in/move-out clean. They will take longer to clean than a recurring house cleaning service would take. You’ll be expected to clean out cabinets/drawers, remove smudges off walls, doorways and trim, dust and clean high to reach areas such as vents, ceilings, and ceiling fans. Expect to clean windowsills and window tracks.

 

Equipment/Supplies needed to clean Move-In/Move-Out Cleanings

Move-In/Move-Out Cleanings require some heavier tools. For your cleaning supplies make sure you have a heavy-duty all-purpose cleaner, mildew remover and rust stain remover.

For tools and equipment, you’ll need razor blade (a professional tip: this is a great way to remove years of built-up soap scum). Shop vac with hose attachments. This will come in handy when needing to vacuum out cabinets and heavy-duty debris that you don’t want to ruin a residential vacuum with.

A quality high powered steam cleaner that can help clean surfaces and flooring quickly and efficiently. If you get one that has some pressure behind it, you can blast out grim in crevice’s like faucets, drains and toilet seats. A carpet cleaner is not necessary but would be a great upsell if you have a machine to clean carpets with.

 

How much you can make cleaning move-in/move-out cleaning services.

According to home advisor a move out clean can start at $110 for a small apartment up to $650 for a larger 3,500 square foot home. The larger the home, the longer the cleaning service will cost. You can also to upsells such as carpet cleaning, baseboard painting, small handy man works such as filling in holes in the wall, replacing doorknobs, fixing cabinet doors, etc.

 

How to market Move-In/Move-Out Cleaning

For Move-In/Move-Out Cleanings you will want to market to Realtors, property management firms and apartment complexes. These businesses will be the ones handling most move-in’s and out transactions. For apartment complex’s do research on their unit sizes. Start by sending in a letter introducing your business and quoting a price per unit.

Property management firms manage rentals of single-family homes, reach out to them to service their rental properties. Relators are either buying or selling homes. Visit local chamber events to network and make connections with local relators to service their home listings.

 

 

Starting a Residential House Cleaning Service

Recurring house cleaning services will be the easiest homes to clean. For the most part there won’t be many surprise’s, or heavy-duty cleaning. You will clean the home either on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. Therefore, the cleaning will be regular and will not require a lot of heavy-duty cleaning supplies and labor.

This type of house cleaning business is the easier to build a consistent income. When a customer signs up for weekly cleaning at $90/week, you can count on that income each week. That one client will make you $4,680/ year. With each new client that you bring on, your business will continue to grow.

Instead of building relationships with other businesses, you will build relationships with each of the homeowners. Provide a quality, trustworthy and friendly service and you will be able to exponentially grow your business with each new client.

 

Equipment/Supplies needed to clean recurring house cleaning services.

The great thing about only cleaning recurring house cleanings is you will not need to invest in expensive equipment since you will not be cleaning heavy duty jobs. Therefore, a residential vacuum and a steam mop is all you will need in the way of equipment. For cleaning supplies a good all-purpose cleaner and microfiber towels will go a long way for these types of cleans.  

You’ll want to get good quality dusters one that will reach high places such as ceiling fans and a small hand duster for surfaces. Because you will be cleaning the home frequently, there will be little need for heavy duty dusting with wet cloths and cleaner.

 

How much you can make cleaning recurring house cleaning services.

Each cleaning service will bring in anywhere from You will make less money with each cleaning service. $65 – $200 a cleaning service. The less frequent you clean, the more you will charge and the larger the home the more you will charge.

To scale this type of business, it is best to develop a cleaning checklist that you will perform at each visit. This will make it easier to set your cleaning prices. Any services outside of that checklist you would charge more for. This way too, you can charge a flat fee based on the size of the home and charge the same rate each cleaning service.

 

How to market for residential house cleaning services

To market your recurring house cleaning business, you will target homeowners. Networking events that are more focused on homeowners and working professionals will be your target. Local online marketing will be beneficial. Creating a website and linking to local review sites will be great exposure to market to homeowners looking for recurring house cleaning.

You can also target and network with large employers. Reaching out to HR departments to create a relationship and possibly offering free cleaning service to the employee of the year.

 

 

Starting a Vacation Rental Cleaning Service

Vacation rental types of cleaning services are more common in high tourism areas. Where I live on the coast of Florida, most of the homes lining the beaches are vacation rentals. So, cleaning businesses can focus solely on cleaning vacation rentals.

Vacation rentals generally have to be cleaned in a very tight timeframe. If you think of a hotel, they have check out at 10 am and by 3 pm the new renters are checking in. Therefore, with these types of cleaning services, you have to clean all areas of the home, plus change out linens and make beds. In addition to cleaning, you may be asked to stock supplies such as soap and paper products.

To save time, some cleaning services will bring clean linens with them and bring back the used linens and wash them after the cleaning. This way they are not doing laundry on top of cleaning.

For the most part these types of cleaning services are predictable and don’t require heavy duty cleaning. Most renters want to get their deposit back so, the home is generally left in a clean manner. There may be the occasional mess, we once cleaned after a 4th of July weekend. There were bottles left everywhere and smudges on walls and surfaces. We had to do a thorough deep clean, and there was so much trash we had to haul bags and bags away.

 

Equipment/Supplies needed to clean recurring house cleaning services

With vacation rental cleanings you will not normally have to use heavy duty cleaning materials. Most supplies used for recurring house cleaning will suffice for vacation rental cleanings. If you clean in an area where most floorings are tile, it would be a good idea to invest in a good steam cleaning mop. Not like the upright steam cleaners, but those that use steam vapor. These types of steamers cut your mopping time drastically.

A larger industrial broom is also helpful if you have to keep outside patios or garages swept.

 

How much you can make cleaning vacation rental cleaning services

Vacation rentals do take longer to clean than a recurring residential house cleaning does. Not because the cleaning is harder, but because of the time to replace the linens and restock supplies.

Because of this, the cleaning services will cost slightly more than what can be charged for recurring house cleaning service. Vacation rental cleaning fees can range from $75 – $200 per clean. This depends on the size of the home and the scope of the cleaning. If you are expected to stock paper products and soups, you will add the cost of the restock in your cleaning price. It is normal to charge a flat fee for this. For example, $10 to restock toilet paper, $5 to restock soap.

 

How to market for residential house cleaning services

To market your vacation rental cleaning business, you will target realtors who specialize in managing vacation rentals. Like move-in/move-out cleanings, you will be working more with realtors than with homeowners.

To find individual rental owners, such as those listed on AirBnB you can list your business on listing site such as TurnOverBnB.

 

 

To recap, here are different types of cleaning services you can offer when starting a cleaning business:

  1. Foreclosure Cleanings
  2. Post Construction Cleaning
  3. Move-In/Move-Out Cleaning
  4. Residential House Cleaning
  5. Vacation Rental Cleaning

 

 

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