From Franchise Direct:
“There are two main divisions of the cleaning industry: commercial cleaners (janitors and cleaners) and residential cleaners (maids and housekeepers). Commercial cleaning franchises clean places such as offices, buildings or retail stores. Residential cleaning franchises specialize in tidying things around the home such as cleaning floors, bedrooms and bathrooms.”
Franchise Opportunities In The Cleaning Industry
Who doesn’t like a clean house? Or a clean business?
Now, not everyone can afford to have their house cleaned. But a good number of people can afford the service. Why do you think there are so many residential cleaning franchises?
And if you own or operate a business-especially a business that deals with the public, having a clean place isn’t an option. Like a restaurant.
What does this mean for you?
If you’re looking for a franchise to own, and haven’t thought to look into a cleaning franchise, maybe you should.
Because if you take a pass on at least looking at cleaning franchises because you think you’re the one who will be doing the actual cleaning…stop. Don’t assume.
Because in almost every case, the franchisees don’t do the cleaning. Their employees do.
I know what you’re thinking. It’s going to be really hard to find people who want to get down and dirty…to clean homes and businesses. But is it?
What if-after talking to people in the industry, you learn that finding and employing people isn’t that bad?
That said, maybe it is rather challenging to find employees for your cleaning franchise. So what? Do you think it’s easy to find employees for any type of business these days?
Get The Facts: 2019 Franchise Direct Report On Cleaning Franchises
Owning a cleaning franchise may or may not be right for you.
But there’s only one way to find out.
You need to get the facts.
Check out the Cleaning Franchise Industry Report 2019 from Franchise Direct. It’s one of their best franchise reports to date.