How to rebuild your cleaning business after a move is a common question for the moving business owner. If you’re moving to a new location you don’t have to reinvent yourself – just establish new clients.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru notes you have transferrable skills. The secret of starting over is to realize the struggles of being in a new place are mostly in your head. You’re not starting over from scratch with house cleaning. You’re just starting over again.
Your move to a new city is just a new location. Your bank accounts, business rules, and experience all continue as if nothing happened.
Move out cleanings can be a good source of revenue for maids, or they can be a nightmare. Today on Ask a House Cleaner we cover quick tips and house cleaner rules to make the move out process easier for everyone involved. With a move out checklist, the homeowner can make sure they don’t disconnect the electricity or the water too soon. We provide you with the move out instructions you can provide your client that will ensure you get paid for the cleaning you do, and land you a referral to the new tenant.
Ask a House Cleaner Should maids or house cleaners help clients move? Do you charge the same money or more for a move? Do you bring anything else besides cleaning supplies? The House Cleaning Guru, Angela Brown shares best tips for the most productive move for your clients.