Ten Steps To Starting A Commercial Cleaning Business
Commercial janitorial services are a great idea when you are planning to launch a side business, according to an article from TrainingZone.
Office cleaning is a complex procedure and workplaces usually prefer to get it done by professionals. The best part is a commercial cleaning business assures excellent profit margins where contracts range from $1,000 to $3,000 a month, and cleaning is something that is always in demand.
Here are 10 steps to start a commercial cleaning business:
• Start with a business plan. This is a blueprint of what the business will become.
• Choose a business type and compelling name. The name should be something people will remember, and becoming LLC or a corporation can have various advantages.
• Decide on target niche or range. Know who your target audience is.
• Open a business bank account. It’s essential to keep finances separate for personal and business.
• Decide on your rate. Are you charging hourly, or using a customized quote?
• Make sure you meet appropriate license and permit requirements.
• Check the insurance requirements. Accidents are often reported in this line of work and you need to be covered.
• Consider tax requirements, so you are prepared come tax time.
• Make sure the business complies with legal standards.
• Focus on marketing. A strong online and offline marketing strategy will help spread the word about the company.
For specifics on each of these steps, read the full article here.
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