Tired of working to someone else’s schedule, and never having time to spend with friends and family? It’s time to break free of the traditional corporate world and take back your life. Starting a cleaning business offers flexibility and benefits other industries simply can’t.
Unlike many other entrepreneurial ventures, starting a cleaning business offers steady, reliable income. Many clients have their homes cleaned weekly or biweekly. As a home cleaning professional, you’ll ultimately be providing your clients with more time, a product always in demand. Speaking of time, you’ll have more of it too—say goodbye to working nights and weekends (unless that’s when you prefer to work). As an added bonus, you’ll develop personal relationships with your clients, and watch as your competition disappears.
As you start your cleaning business, you may be tempted to get started on your own. While it’s true you’ll be saving money upfront, you may wonder, is it worth it? Franchises are successful for a reason: they work. Starting a cleaning business through franchising means you’ll be handed tried-and-true methods. Being a part of that proven success gives your business an advantage over individuals fighting establish their own business. While independent marketing and client scheduling can be expensive and confusing, franchising offers simple options that have been proven effective. MaidPro takes this one step further—with cutting-edge scheduling technology and an excellent marketing program, your business will run smoother than ever.
You’ll be glad to have MaidPro at your back as you start your cleaning business. We’ve been in your shoes—we know how difficult it can be starting out. We’ve worked hard to make things simple for our franchisees. When you start a cleaning business with MaidPro, you’ll be supplied with a variety of tools and helpful suggestions, not regulations and restrictions. While most franchises tie their franchisees down with nitpicky rules, MaidPro prefers to keep the entrepreneurial spirit alive, allowing your business to be your business.