American Janitorial Cleaning Services Association

Starting A Cleaning Business:

Easy, Cheap & Profitable

Janitorial commercial cleaning is a good business to start. It is easy and inexpensive to start. There is a high demand for services. And an excellent earning potential. 

High Demand: There is a high demand for commercial cleaning services. Work is readily available. During the day there are a vast number of homes, buildings, facilities, and properties that require cleaning and maintenance. And nightly, empty offices need to be readied and refreshed for the next day. 

Recurring revenue: Commercial cleaning contracts are typically recurring, which means that business owners can expect to have a steady stream of income.

Low overhead costs: The overhead costs for a janitorial commercial cleaning business is very low. The main expenses are typically labor and cleaning supplies.

Scalability: A janitorial commercial cleaning business is relatively easy to scale up or down, depending on the needs of the business owner.

Flexibility: Business owners can often choose their own hours and work schedule, which can be appealing to people who want to be their own bosses.

Why start a janitorial cleaning business in the current market?

  • The economy is growing: The US economy is currently growing, which means that businesses are more likely to invest in commercial cleaning services.
  • The demand for green cleaning services is increasing: Many businesses are now looking for green cleaning services that are environmentally friendly and sustainable.
  • The janitorial commercial cleaning industry is relatively recession-proof: Even during economic downturns, businesses still need to keep their workplaces clean and sanitary.

Here is what the American Janitorial Services Association provides:

Business Plan: Our business plan will help you to define your goals, identify your target market, and develop a marketing strategy. We also provide your website and social networking platforms, and designs, logo, and customized ads. — We have a uniquely engaging business building strategy that sets you above your competition. 

  • Incorporation and Insurance: Are starting out as a “Sole Proprietor” who employs ‘independent contractors; or are you forming a Limited Liability company (LLC) and hiring full-time employees? Does your state require you to obtain a license to operate a commercial cleaning business? You also will need liability insurance to protect yourself in case of accidents or injuries. – We assist you in making these important decisions and accomplishing them. 
  • High-quality Cleaning Equipment: Having the right equipment is critical to providing your customers with the best possible service. – We save you money by having pre-negotiated greatly reduced prices from suppliers across America. 
  • Selling Your Services: Networking, Advertising, and Online Marketing must be unique and engaging to be effective. Positioning your business as elite and better than your competitors is the key to enduring success. – Our exclusive method has worked sensationally for many dozens of entrepreneurs. 
  • Excellent Customer Service: Providing excellent customer service is essential to retaining your clients and keeping them happy. – After decades of experience, we have prepared a plan that creates enduring loyalty among owners and their employees.
  •  Certifications: We provide OSHA certifications in a variety of associated courses related to commercial cleaning. Know how to clean the professional way.
  • Training: How to acquire clients. What to say. How to bid and how to close. Creating your sales portfolio. How to hire. How to clean. What to clean. And how to grow your business and increase your success in the janitorial commercial cleaning business.

We have assisted over 150 Americans in 42 states in getting their own cleaning business started. It is our pleasure to do so. It can dramatically change a person or family’s life for the better!

Reach out today and see if this is the right decision for you. Set your appointment today.

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