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Do you have a “balanced portfolio?” I’m not talking about a financial portfolio, but how about a balanced business portfolio?
So this ICS issue has all sorts of intriguing ways to diversify your company. Great! The more niche services you can offer the better! Here’s why…
Marketing additional services in your cleaning business is a wise decision. It takes more than buying the right equipment and getting the proper training for the service.
Carpet Tech has a lot in its arsenal of service offerings. The one thing that most of the company’s add-ons have in common is that they rely on arguably the piece of equipment that’s most synonymous with the cleaning industry – the truckmount.
When you walk through the front entrance of your commercial carpet cleaning account, it is often easy to locate the busiest areas by following the trail of asphalt tracked in from the parking lot on matted carpet that is already heavily impacted with soil.
Why offer rug repair? Being a full service rug cleaning and restoration facility sets you apart from most carpet cleaners that also offer rug cleaning.
Sooner or later, you will want to add employees to your growing cleaning or restoration business. It may be something so simple (and yes, sad) as an aging body crying out for relief.
A friend just bought an Asian food café and the loop-pile nylon carpets haven’t been cleaned in about 2½ years. There are heavy food soils and the walkways are matted with grease. What can I do to clean the carpet?
Grout is a mortar that is used to fill the empty spaces between ceramic and stone tiles.
If you have incorporated encapsulation cleaning – a form of low-moisture cleaning – into your professional offerings and used it on your customer’s carpets, you may have asked yourself where the dirt goes.