Editor's note: This article was excerpted from our Cleaning Service start-up guide , available from Entrepreneur Bookstore. And that's why few industries can claim the variety and depth of opportunities that professional cleaning can. The cleaning industry has two primary market groups: consumer and commercial. The consumer arena consists primarily of residential maid services, along with carpet cleaners, window cleaners and a variety of other cleaning services required on a less-frequent basis. The commercial arena is dominated by janitorial services, which typically provide a wider range of services than maid services, along with other cleaning companies, such as carpet and window cleaners that target businesses rather than individual consumers.
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Whether it be for homeowners or commercial real estate operators, starting commercial carpet cleaning is a big business. It is one of the most profitable cleaning businesses you should consider if you have what it takes. This is a multi-billion dollar industry that continues to grow. Reading on, you will find the basic steps to take to realize your dream.
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Are you thinking of starting a cleaning business where you can become your boss? What is holding you back from starting your own cleaning business? Finance, the courage to start, a team, or what? Starting a cleaning business for some people might be a difficult task to do, and to some other people, it might be the opposite.
If you are interested in making a living as a carpet-cleaner, writing a carpet cleaning business plan is the conventional way to go about starting up. A formal business plan is required for any business seeking capitol from investors. However, the main reasons to write one is so you can define your business objectives, design your brand, and start a marketing campaign. You can really only tell that you have reached your goals if you know what they are.