How to start an office cleaning service?
I would like to start an office cleaning service in my area. I am close to retirement, out of work and would like to be my own boss. I thought a office cleaning service would be ideal. I understand that I will need a bonded insurance to cover any theft by employees. My question is, how do I get started? The community I live in is about 30,000 people with many offices and factories around. What books do I need to read to get some ideas?
Asked By: Susan - 5/17/2010
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Step 1 Office cleaning is a high-demand trade right now. With so many small business owner's trying to handle so many aspects of their business, there will always be a need for a professional cleaning service. Following are ways to get started in the office cleaning industry, for more detailed information, visit the... More
Answered By: Henry - 5/17/2010
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Hi! Henry gave you some good answers. I clean small offices, and it is a great business to be in. as Henry said, small offices need cleaning, no matter what the economy is. It is important you have your ducks in a row before you begin getting customers. Yes, be sure to get liability insurance, or a bond. Call as many... More
Answered By: Bert R - 5/21/2010
$21/hr Start, Avg Pay $72K/yr No Experience Needed! Get Started.
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