“I have a two-hour minimum for house cleaning. And I’m trying to grow my cleaning company but a customer is like ‘can you clean my space? I can only afford one hour of cleaning’ and that’s not worth the money. Should I have a two-hour minimum?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru digs into two-hour minimum policies. Even with speed cleaning, you’re not going to make a dent in one hour of cleaning. She gives pro cleaning tips on today’s Ask a House Cleaner cleaning channel.
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“How do you price your service for house cleaning? I mean I want to build my cleaning business but don’t even know how to bid a house cleaning job. Is there a secret to price your service?”
We Ask a House Cleaner common questions and Angela Brown answers. How do you price your service and set your rates? How much should I charge for house cleaning on a walk through? How do I grow my cleaning company when I give a job estimate? Is there a bidding calculator to help me when bidding on a house? What cleaning advice or tips do you have when a customer asks “Can you clean my space on a budget?”
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“Do you have an extra charge for extra people if you come clean my space? Or is there an extra fee for pets?”
We Ask a House Cleaner if you should have an extra charge for extra people. Because if there is more work you need more money. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says don’t advertise an extra charge for extra people. It’s tacky.
“If I were trying to grow my cleaning business or maid service, and you can’t do speed cleaning, you’ll have to raise your rates. Prices go up when the clients cleaning expectations change.”
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Bidding variables for house cleaning estimates are the hot topic of the day. Homeowners ask, “how much does house cleaning cost?” And the answer lies in bidding variables.
House cleaners and maids ask, “How much should I charge for maid service?” Bidding variables.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on questions to ask. A savvy cleaner knows what things to look for and how to price a job. We cover all that today on Ask a House Cleaner.
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A rate increase is inevitable and house cleaners raise prices for 2018. How much of a rate increase depends on the maid service or house cleaner, inflation and their cleaning schedules?
You have to have a rate increase if you want to grow your cleaning business because your income depends on it. You don’t get any more hours in the day. So, your only option is a price increase and flexibility of houses you clean.
We Ask a House Cleaner how to market your cleaning business knowing rates will be going up. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares tips.
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