Over-delivering on your house cleaning is a touchy subject. There are pros and cons to over-delivering on the cleaning services promised.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives us a look at the risks vs. rewards of over-delivering. Even if you’re speed cleaning, the message you send your clients is “I don’t respect your tight budget, so I’ll just pay it forward.
If the client can’t afford your maid service, you enable them when you give more house cleaning than paid for.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (Training for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (A resource hub for all things cleaning.) HouseCleaning360 (List your cleaning business and find some clients.) And Savvy Perks (benefits for small business owners and their employees.)
“Who collects the money for house cleaning? Should my employees accept payment? And what if the maid or house cleaner sees how much the client is paying for house cleaning? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company but losing employees because they think they’re doing all the work. And they should be making all the money.”
Who collects the money is a great question and Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru tackles it today. As a cleaning business owner, you have to collect money for house cleaning service but who collects the money is up to you.
You can accept payments online and your clients can pay by credit card. And if you accept credit card payments your employees will never see the money. Bill collecting is part of every job transaction and should be seamless.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) Savvy Perks (employee benefits you can offer your house cleaners.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cleaning supplies.) And HouseCleaning360 (a business network connecting homeowners with house cleaners and maids.
Stuff breaks. But who pays when stuff breaks on a house cleaning job? Do you pay as the cleaning employer or does the maid pay? And what if your independent contractor breaks stuff?
“I had a house cleaner come clean my space and he was doing speed cleaning… and he broke a mirror. I get it, stuff breaks. But who pays when the maid breaks stuff?” A common question we ask a house cleaner today.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives cleaning advice and pro cleaning tips for broken stuff.
Today’s cleaning channel sponsors are HouseCleaning360.com (List your maid service and find cleaning jobs.) Savvy Perks (Employee discounts for small business owners.) Savvy Cleaner (House Cleaner education.) And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub of books, articles and cleaning supplies.)
“Do you have a sample contract for house cleaning? I’m trying to grow my cleaning business and wonder what my contract should say. Any cleaning advice on company policies or rules and regulations in a sample contract would be helpful.”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru in today’s Ask a House Cleaner gives you a sample contract. Along with pro cleaning tips on your letter of agreement and tips on a welcome packet.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House cleaner training.) HouseCleaning360 (connecting homeowners with house cleaners and maids.) Savvy Perks (employee benefits for house cleaning business owners.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cleaning stuff and the sample contract mentioned.)
Religious stereotypes are nothing to keep you from house cleaning. When a customer says “Clean my space and respect my religious stereotypes.” It’s usually because their religion and beliefs honor the tradition of a clean house.
Angela Brown, the House Cleaning Guru in today’s Ask a House Cleaner digs into religious stereotypes. Clean with me on today’s pro cleaning tips and allow your customers to worship how, where or what they may.
Our sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (house cleaner training.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning stuff.) HouseCleaning360 (list your business and find leads.) And Savvy Perks (An employee benefits program for small businesses.)