Don’t Have Enough Money to Run a Cleaning Business

Don’t have enough money to run your cleaning business? We Ask a House Cleaner ways to make ends meet as a house cleaner without having a full-time job or a part-time job on the side. 

If you don’t have enough money at the end of the month and bills to pay, it may be time as a maid to start your own house cleaning company. 

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on business startup if you don’t have enough money but have a burning desire to succeed. 

Starting a new business if you need money is a great way to pay your bills and be a savvy cleaner.

Today’s sponsor is https://bedicalcare.com. They provide mattress encasements to protect you from bedbugs, dust mites, moisture, and allergens. #BedicalCare
If you don’t have enough money at the end of the month and bills to pay, it may be time as a maid to start your own house cleaning company. 

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on business startup if you don’t have enough money but have a burning desire to succeed. 

Starting a new business if you need money is a great way to pay your bills and be a savvy cleaner.

Today’s sponsor is https://bedicalcare.com. They provide mattress encasements to protect you from bedbugs, dust mites, moisture, and allergens. #BedicalCare

Separate Vacuums for Clients with Pets

Separate vacuums for households with pets vs. no pets? House Cleaners and maids want to know if one vacuum will do or is separate vacuums a must?
We Ask a House Cleaner about seniors and clients allergic to dog hair, cat hair and pet dander.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says you can carry and empty the vacuum between each house cleaning job. But it’s a lot of wear and tear on your body and time spent in maintenance.
If you have a house with canine hair, you may want to use the customers equipment and not spread germs.
Today’s sponsor is HouseCleaning360. A referral network for House Cleaners. Do you have your fan page? https://HouseCleaning360.com

Clients Who Work From Home vs. House Cleaner

Clients who work from home vs. chatty maids is part 2 in our Ask a House Cleaner debate. Clients who work from home is the customers perspective. Homeowners feel they get a bad rap for wanting to remain at home during a house cleaning for medical reasons.
Clients who work from home told Angela Brown, they prefer to keep to themselves. If they don’t retreat, they get bombarded with questions and conversation starters from the maid.
A savvy cleaner is flexible with their cleaning routine.
Want to find a savvy cleaner? https://HouseCleaning360.com our sponsor can help you do just that. They can also help you find a pet sitter when you are away.

Live in the Wrong Place to Clean Houses

If you live in the wrong place to clean houses should you commute or move? We Ask a House Cleaner how to create a cleaning hub if you live in the wrong place.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on lots of houses in a neighborhood to grow your cleaning business. If you live in the wrong place like a rural area you can choose a new territory. Market your cleaning business or maid service as a savvy cleaner and work smart not hard.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com where you don’t have to be a clean guru to find one. #HouseCleaning36

Chatty Cathy – House Cleaners Point of View

Chatty Cathy from the house cleaners point of view. This is the first of a two-part series on Chatty Cathy or Talking Tammy, Victim Vickie or Whining Wendy.  What it boils down to is house cleaner training. Is there room for a Chatty Cathy? And what to do if your clients are lonely, talking, visiting, or want to be friends.

We Ask a House Cleaner about boundaries and expectations and human interaction from customers who work at home.

Tomorrow we cover the client’s perspective and how they feel about cleaning vs. chatting.  

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips and a method to get your work done.

Today’s sponsor is #HouseCleaning360 where you can grab a fan page for your cleaning business.