In our fast-paced and increasingly time-pressed society, more and more people are turning to professionals to clean their homes. According to market analysis done by Grandview Research, an increase in the number of dual-income households, a heightened concern for cleanliness since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the growing number of new homes and apartments are the main factors propelling the demand. The U.S. Department of Commerce projects that by 2025, 80% of U.S. two-income households will use a cleaning service.
That demand is one of the reasons why many new entrepreneurs decided to start cleaning businesses. While the initial investment is low and the pool of potential clients is large, running a successful cleaning business requires careful planning, attention to detail, and a commitment to delivering high-quality services.
Here are a few things to consider before you get started.
Skillfully cleaning homes since 2003, Two Maids knows how to run a successful business.
We have developed our own systems for cleaning homes. By following these systems, our employees work more efficiently, completing each job in a timely manner and then moving on to the next. By franchising with us, you gain access to these proven methods, eliminating the need for trial and error of a startup business.
We offer a comprehensive, two-week franchisee training program consisting of virtual, classroom, and on-the-job learning, as well as ongoing support for all Two Maids franchisees.
We also help our franchisees with marketing endeavors through national and local advertising campaigns, digital marketing strategies, and access to a robust online platform. This support can help you attract and retain clients more effectively.
But what really differentiates us from our competition is our innovative ”Pay for Performance” model. Our clients rate each cleaning in terms of their satisfaction, and the employees who did the job are paid based on that rating. This ensures that the customers are satisfied, and that the employees always do their best work.
Now that you know a little about how to run a successful cleaning business, you’ll want to contactTwo Maids One of our franchise advisors will answer your questions about our operation and what you can expect as one of our franchisees.
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