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To grow a thriving house cleaning business, learn from businesses that have come before you. There are many lessons to learn from their successes. keep reading
As the owner of a commercial cleaning company, you want to create a profitable business. To accomplish that, let us take a look at eight things we can learn from businesses who have worked hard for success. keep reading
You will be taking unnecessary chances at retaining poor performing employees by not conducting performance reviews. After all, how do you expect your employees to know how they're doing and how to improve? It's also a good opportunity to provide positive feedback, which is important for employee morale. Most employers dread doing them, but when completed correctly, it can fix or prevent small problems from becoming big ones. keep reading
Your clients have invested a lot of money into their carpets and it's up to you as a professional cleaner to keep their investment looking new. Providing the proper carpet care and spot cleaning techniques will keep your clients carpets looking great for many years to come. Here's what you should have in your spotting kit. keep reading
When marketing your home cleaning service, it doesn't matter if you're talking to someone at a networking event, writing copy for your website, writing an ad for a postcard, or creating a marketing brochure, it's important to remember that telling people the "facts" about your business will NOT convince them to buy! Emotions sell! keep reading
Many residential cleaning business owners have made the switch to environmentally friendly cleaning chemicals, which are safer for their clients and the environment. But how many have considered the sustainability aspect of green cleaning? Even though the chemical itself may be "green", has the manufacturer taken into consideration the sustainability of the packaging? This is just one reason we preferred using pre-portioned chemical packets. keep reading
Cleaning business owners who want to move out of the field and focus on running their business need to become both a manager and a strong leader. keep reading
As a cleaning business owner, you know how hard it is to build a great team. We all want a team that we can totally rely one, one that works well together, and one that gets things done. It is vital to maintaining and growing a successful cleaning business. keep reading
It's inevitable. At some point cleaning business owners are faced with having to inform their clients of a price increase. As your cleaning business grows, so do your expenses. You're confronted with increasing business expenses such as employee costs, gas, utilities, rent, and so on. As these expenses increase, your profits decrease. keep reading
Business owners, including cleaning business owners, face challenges - one being the how to deal with the seemingly different work ethic of the millennial generation. Learn to successfully lead these employees. keep reading
Excellent leadership skills lead to an excellent staff, which leads to a successful and profitable business. How then, can a cleaning business owner improve their leadership skills? House cleaning business owners need good leadership skills as much as any other business owner. Here are 12 books to help you develop these skills. keep reading
As a residential cleaning business owner, you rely heavily on your cleaning technicians. Without them you wouldn't have a business, let alone one that is prosperous. Because we rely heavily on our employees, it is vital that we as business owners provide quality leadership. To successfully operate a residential cleaning business, good leadership is needed. Here are 5 important traits every owner should strive to develop. keep reading
Just because you're super busy in your cleaning business, doesn't mean you're making progress or growing your business. Find out why. keep reading
As a cleaning business owner you'll encounter all sorts of employee performance problems. In order to correct the situation, you need to identify the problem come up with the fix. This article gives the 5 most common factors we have found that cause performance problems and what you can do to fix them. keep reading
Managing cleaning technicians is one of the biggest challenges we have as cleaning business owners. If you have poor communication with your employees, it's going to cost you time, money, possibly your company reputation and more keep reading
Finding good cleaning technicians is a huge challenge for cleaning business owners these days. Good, hard-working people are in short supply. But sometimes it's our own fault that we've hired "warm bodies" instead of people we can groom into great employees. keep reading