Small businesses are booming and there’s no end in sight. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, there were 30.2 million small businesses in the US during 2018.
So why not use the opportunities available to pursue your dream of opening an office cleaning business.
But what do I know about starting a business? No one is born with all the knowledge necessary to thrive in business. But if you are willing to put in the time and effort you can learn what you need to start your business.
Read on to learn more.
How to Start an Office Cleaning Business
There are no foolproof steps to begin a successful office cleaning business. Businesses grow and flourish through effort.
But be sure to ask yourself some questions such as “what do I need to start a cleaning business.” You may even consider starting a cleaning business checklist.
Gathering information is key to beginning a business. However, there are some tips you should use to get going on the road to success.
Choose Your Target Client
When deciding to start a business you should consider who you will serve. Offices come in many shapes, sizes, and locations.
Will you have the manpower to clean large, corporate offices? Or do you want to focus on smaller operations like daycares or banks?
Perhaps cleaning universities or shopping centers sparks your interest.
Whichever offices you want to clean do your research on the types of cleaners you can use in schools or hospitals.
Select the Services You Will Provide
Now that you know where you want to clean select the services you’ll provide.
Some of the cleaning your business offers may include:
- Commercial Carpet Cleaning
- Doors and Windows
- Green Cleaning with environmentally safe products
- Interior and Exteriors
Now that you’ve chosen your services it’s time to decide where you’ll work.
Select Your Office Location
In the early days of your business, you may decide to work out of your home to cut down on costs. Yet, this may not be an option if you need storage space for cleaning equipment and products. Plus an area for hiring and training employees.
But if you have space in your home and begin with a small crew of people you may be able to use your place.
Handle the Business Details
Now comes the not-so-fun part of beginning your business. Each business must go through growing pains in order to evolve.
The following are steps to creating your business:
- Name your business
- Get small business insurance
- Price your services
- Open a Business Checking Account
- Register your business with your state
- Consult an attorney
- Choose if your business will be a single owner LLC, multi-owner LLC or corporation
- Hire and train employees
Market and Get Customer
After all the paperwork tasks are complete you can focus on marketing and gaining customers.
Getting your website setup, order flyers and distribute them, advertise on social media, and tell your friends and family are helpful was to get your business brand’s name out to the public.
Continue to Grow
Running an office cleaning business is tricky but also beneficial. You get to be your own boss and help keep people work in a clean environment.
Yet, over time the fruits of your labor will result in profits and popularity among your peers. It just takes patience.
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