Cleaning Business Secrets Revealed

Cleaning Business Secrets Revealed


The E-Book Cleaning Service Giants Don't Want You to Have!

This 34 page E-book is an actual interview with 5 people, including: 3 individual owners of private cleaning services, a cleaning service franchise owner AND Matt Goodwin the owner of this site - The Cleaning Service Directory! You will get the secret tips and advice from people that have over 60 years of combined experience in the cleaning service business! All your questions will be answered in this e-book - not once, not twice, but you will get the DETAILED opinions of all 5 successful cleaning service business owners as they tell you the inside secrets of their success in the Cleaning Business and will also reveal their secret cleaning techniques, what to avoid, and what to watch out for! This E-book is an absolute must for any cleaning business owner or anyone getting into the cleaning business! Even the most seasoned business experts will learn more than they ever dreamed from these interviews! Matt Goodwin will also reveal a simple hidden secret for how to easily get free newspaper insert advertising to THOUSANDS of people! This E-book is sure to pay for itself MANY times over! Don't miss this one! You will look back at this e-book purchase as the best investment you've made while starting your cleaning business or managing your established cleaning service! Leave your competition in the dust!


These are just some of the questions that were asked during each interview

Q: When it comes to marketing your business what is your most effective weapon besides word of mouth? Telemarketing, flyers, door-to-door, or vehicle signage?

Q: What strategies would you recommend a new person take to stay focused on their business plan and not stray off course?

Q: How do you deal with the highs and lows of your cleaning business? What are your strengths and how do you try and improve on your weaknesses?

Q: Customer relations is the most important part of your business, even though you can't make everyone happy what strategies would you recommend to keep customer retention rates high?

Q: How much marketing do you do on the internet to attract more local business?

Q: What offline business groups would you recommend being a part of?

Q: What are the main differences between marketing to residential vs commercial target markets?

Q: Do you use a bookkeeper and an accountant for your record keeping or just one?

Q: How do you recruit employees or temporary help? What kinds of training programs do you offer?

Q: What should a new owner look for when leasing equipment for their start-up company?

Q: What are the pros and cons of leasing equipment? Do you recommend leasing equipment all the time? What is your biggest complaint when it comes to the "terms" of a lease contract? What would you like to see changed if anything?

Q: Your a new person thinking about getting into the cleaning business:

  • You decide to work for a local cleaning company for 6 months to get your feet wet. After 6 months of employment you decide being a professional cleaner is what you want. During that period you managed to save $1,000.00. What's your next step?

Q: What is the best cleanser for marble floors?

Q: What kind of cleaning equipment do you use when cleaning marble floors?

Q: Do you ever get any requests to clean cement floors? And if so how and what do you use to clean them?

Q: As professional cleaners you work with many types of cleaning agents. How do you handle them? What precautions do you take? Do you wear gloves or masks when using certain solvents and chemicals? Are they to be stored at room temperature? Do you have to take some kind of a chemical training course or does it all come down to common sense? Any special licenses or permits required?

Q: I’ve read the post on floor tiles, the whole process sounds almost like precision surgery and not something to take lightly to say the least. What is a factory seal, why do the manufacturers put it on floor tiles? Does the seal need to be stripped while waxing the floor? It sounds like a very...first word that comes to mind is a pain in the butt. From the reading I’ve done it sounds like a good market but it’s a long process. Am I mistaken by assuming this?

Q: Is there a special kind of sealer to use? What machinery is used to apply the coats of sealant? So if I understand this the sealer acts like a first coat of paint and the finish would be like the final coat of paint, correct?

Q: You have an enamel bath tub which has lime scale on it, what can you use to remove the lime scale without harming the surface of your tub?

Q: What is the best way to get a real bad stain off of quarry tiles?

Q: How do you clean shower tile?

Q: Do you charge extra for your first time heavy cleaning on a new twice a week annual account? When you receive a new account as a recommendation from one of your clients what do you offer that client as a gift for there help?

Q: Do you clean residential bathrooms that are totally disgusting? How do you deal with it besides gloves, do you use masks or just tell the customer you are going to pass on this particular job?

Q: Do you wear uniforms?

Q: What if your car isn't in the greatest shape, doesn't that kind of bring down your image if you are cleaning upscale houses?

Q: You give an estimate on a house for a first time cleaning charge and then a weekly charge after that. You're aware that these people know many other people and this could turn into lots of referrals. You also know the client has gone through 7 other cleaning services. They come back and state that your prices are not within their budget. Do you drop your price for fear of losing potential referrals or do you stick to the price you quoted?

Q: I have this really bad stain on my quarry tiled floors. How can I get them out?


ALSO::: Mr. Barry Hudson who is a franchise owner of a large residential cleaning company was gracious enough to share a few minutes of his time. Read what Barry has to say about owning a franchise in the cleaning industry.


DON'T FORGET:::  You will get the secret tips and advice from people that have over 60 years of combined experience in the cleaning service business! Please allow up to 24 hours for order processing.


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