COMMERCIAL CLEANING

One of the best opportunities to have a successful business is to have a cleaning commercial, it is a high demand in the industry. In addition, cleaning commercial does not require a specialized training or background.

CLEANING COMMERCIAL

Cleaning companies who earn an income through contracted individuals, businesses, or corporations to carry out cleaning jobs in a variety of premises.

CLEANING COMMERCIAL PREMISES

  • Shops  ― Arcade, Boutique, Chain store, Concept store
  • High-rises  ― Skyscraper
  • Data centers
  • Restaurants
  • Offices
  • Showrooms
  • Warehouses
  • Factories
  • Schools
  • Medical facilities
  • Government facilities
  • Airports

START YOUR OWN COMMERCIAL CLEANING SERVICES

  1. Business Plan   ― This is the blueprint for your success, this contains the overview of the company and the services you plan to offer, the strategies you have to make and the financial information. To achieve the profitability goals and success, refer to the business plan to get things accomplished.
  2. Business Name  ― In setting up a business, you need to decide on the business name. Come up with a name that will let the customer know what type of service you offer, adding the service area to the business name is a big plus.
  3. Target Market  ― Decide and pare down your prospective customer targets, this can help you focus on your marketing and advertising. Determine the sort of buildings you are going to target. Visit prospective clients and distribute your business cards, fliers or start with a direct-mail campaign. Stress the benefits of your service, or offer an introductory discount.
  4. Business License and Bank Account  ― Various requirements are needed to different jurisdictions, contact a representative to know and understand the type of license needed. Do not operate your business illegally. Also, it is essential to have a bank account to separate your business funds from your personal funds.
  5. Insurance Liability and Bond ― It is important to have an insurance liability to have an insurance coverage in the event when someone gets injured or when incidents occur. If you have employees being hired, a bond would be a great idea to protect the business against employee theft.
  6. Rates   ― Establish your rates. There are several factors to consider in determining your rate, including the expenses, and hourly rates. Figure the hours it will take for you to complete a cleaning job, this will be the learning curve to get your calculations correct.

The moment you have your business in place, fill up your schedule and make sure to have resources from the professionals when you need help.