I’m puzzled by something. (Which, according to my wife and child, happens pretty often.)
In particular, I’m puzzled by the lack of interest (by most of my clients) in cleaning franchises. But I think I know why.
Keep reading, so you don’t miss out on a good potential opportunity.
Cleaning Franchise Opportunities Are Dirty
Find Out What Separates This One From All The Others
Rather, the work is dirty. Obviously.
But, what if I told you that in almost every case, when you are the owner of a cleaning franchise, you won’t be the one doing the cleaning? Would you be open to looking into cleaning franchise opportunities?
Cleaning Franchises Aren’t Needed
That’s right. Who the heck needs someone-or a team of trained residential cleaning employees to come over their house and scrub everything from top to bottom?
As a matter of fact, I don’t personally know any busy dual-income families who’d be willing to pay someone to come out to clean their homes in order to save them time.
“Joel. You’re being awful sarcastic today.”
Cleaning Services Are Needed
When I refer to cleaning services, not only am I talking about residential cleaning services. I’m talking about commercial cleaning services too. And not just commercial cleaning services that focus on office buildings and the like.
For instance, did you know that there are cleaning franchises that provide the types of services that all businesses need when a natural disaster strikes? Have you ever heard of SERVPRO?
SERVPRO has been around a long time. (Since 1967!) They have over 1,700 franchises. They’re territories are pretty much sold out. Read about the company.
FYI: Rainbow Restoration is another franchise that provides disaster cleanup services.
My point is this: When you’re trying to find the most profitable franchises around, don’t dismiss an entire franchise sector because of a pre-conceived notion you may have.
New Report On Cleaning Franchise Opportunities
The team at Franchise Direct has done it again.
They’ve put together an entire report on Cleaning Franchises-the 2017 version. And it’s worth a read.
Unless you’ve closed your mind to this sector of franchising.