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Initiating a Cleaning Business

Postby dio_mack » Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:13 pm

Most families today don’t have that much quality time left for themselves because both are usually over worked and too stressed already. Time that is left is for taking care of the kids. Practically no more time is allocated for house care. Maid services are a very much appreciated offering to most households such as this. Starting up a cleaning business requires very little start up capitalization and can easily start at your home. As the business does expand you may then consider renting office space for it.

First, a business plan must be devised to make job and company policies. Most successful businesses need to take time aside to find a good business name that says it all. It has to be simple, direct to the point so that your customers won’t be confused in what you’re offering, and that it has to sound professional in nature. This is the aura or the image you wish to exude to your future clientele. Consider having your business insured. This serves as a guarantee to clientele and assures them that you are well covered and will give them comfort and peace of mind in your dealings.

As a sole proprietor of a business you awarded a classification of an independent contractor. This levels you as a skilled worker such as a carpenter, electrician, and painter. After accomplishing that you may need to secure a copy of a background check and police record of yourself. This is profiling you to make you more market sellable. Filling out the forms will not take that long to do and don’t cost that much. They usually mail it back to you within a couple of weeks.

Your job order with your customers will serve as your contract with them, make it clear to them that when you fill out the check list it will be black and white of what the customer expects out of your contract. You have to make your work schedule clear and your days of operation. State clearly your method of payment. It is from here that your customer will draw their expectations and use to check if everything on the list has been complied to their satisfaction.

If you’re just starting out in a small neighborhood, it may be a good idea to do a showcase of your work. This will show future clientele what a good job you can do with the systematic procedure of a seasoned professional. This will come out cheaper that making an aired advertisement and that it is something which people can see and judge the quality of your work.

Take time to carefully select your staff. This is labor dependent kind of business and you will need to choose the best suited applicants to fill your roster. You will need to select a group of hardworking, goal oriented and honest people to carry out your business vision and policies. It is best if you could acquire a staff which requires little or no supervision at all during a service. This is allow you to focus on the other parts of running the business itself.

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