Saturday, October 31, 2015

Maintenance Business Startup (part 2 of 2)

Carpet Cleaning Business
Where as maintenance businesses offering maid or janitorial services generally require you to come to a client’s place, it’s the other way around for carpet cleaning businesses. Most of your clients will be willing and even prefer to take their belongings to your place of business to ensure proper cleaning. Only in rare cases, such as when the item requiring cleaning may incur damage if transferred, would you have to send your employees to the client’s place for on-the-spot services.

How much you earn will depend on the nature of damage as well as the quality and value of the carpet. Make sure that all your employees are professionally skilled to avoid causing additional damage to client’s properties.

How to Make Your Maintenance Business Succeed
The factors below are critical to the success of your maintenance business.

It will be to your advantage as well as the clients if your employees are able to complete tasks quickly. Shorter hours mean lower rates for your clients to play and consequently, shorter hours will also enable your company to serve more clients.

Variety of Services
It’s important that your company is able to offer all possible services your clients may require. If you need to invest in additional equipment or training, so be it!

Serve them well and serve them with a smile and your maintenance business is sure to thrive!


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