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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.
One of the biggest questions I get from cleaners is, “What is the best way to send postcards?”
Last month I shared my definition of leadership: Effectively communicating your vision, mission and purpose. Today, I’d like to share what I mean by vision.
You can make more per hour preserving hardwood floors than you can cleaning carpet.
E-mail marketing is not only cheap, but it’s effective. E-mail newsletters are something all cleaning companies should be doing. I’ll show you how to properly set up and use e-mail newsletters in your cleaning business.
So can you develop great, drama-free employees so you can find and enjoy this elusive personal freedom? My answer is a resounding “yes,” if you have the right concepts, tools and the fire in the belly to break free!