You can make more money even in a down economy, by beefing up the services that you offer with your janitor service business. One of the easiest ways to do this, is by finding out what services your current customers might be paying someone else to do, and then come up with a competitive quote to help them lower their cost of doing business and at the same time increase your bottom line. It turns out, that there are some easy add-ons that you can give your janitor service company
One of these add-ons is cleaning carpets. Now, you are probably very used to clean carpet. You come in every day, and vacuum them and make sure there is nothing that gets stuck in them. But you can also clean carpets, upholstery, and drapes. If the company that is hiring you, like the quality of work that you do, there is no reason for them to shop elsewhere. While your employees are already at the jobsite, they can charge for services and increase your bottom line. If you need to, you can start a carpet cleaning add-on with just using a portable carpet cleaner. After you have been able to upgrade a lot of your customers, you may have a crew that is specifically dedicated to cleaning carpets.
Another easy add-ons that you can do with your janitorial business, is to do window cleaning. Window cleaning is actually fairly easy. You can train an employee on how to be a professional window cleaner, in just a matter of a few days. In addition, what I love most about this add-on, is that it does not cost you anything to start. The materials are super cheap for interior window cleaning. All you need are squeegees (one wet and one dry), clean towels and possibly a razor blade. If you are cleaning exterior windows, it would also be a good idea to get a ladder with adjustable legs. These are just some of the ways you can make more with your janitorial business.
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Make More With Your Janitor Service Business by Steve