Learn about the Savvy Cleaner Team that brings you the blogs and podcast behind Ask a House Cleaner.  Free daily tips to improve your house cleaning and grow your cleaning business.

About The Savvy Cleaner Team

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About Angela Brown – The House Cleaning Guru, CEO, Savvy Cleaner

Writer, Blogger, Author, & Content Creator. She has final say on all products produced at Savvy Cleaner. She is in charge of social media, marketing, and media appearances.

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About Patrick Oberer – Chief Financial Officer, Savvy Cleaner

Pat is responsible for advising all purchases, income, earnings and investments.

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About Savvy Cleaner Training & Certification (Paid Training)

In beta testing now. Coming soon to the public – Subscribe here for early bird announcements and discounts + Free Cleaning Tips, Tricks & Time-Saving Hacks

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About Ask a House Cleaner

Ask a House Cleaner is a daily show where you get to ask your house cleaning questions and we provide answers. Learn how to clean. How to start a cleaning business. Marketing and Advertising tips for your cleaning service. How to find top quality house cleaners, housekeepers, and maids. Employee motivation tactics. Strategies to boost your cleaning clientele. Cleaning company expansion help. Time-saving Hacks for DIY cleaners and more. Hosted by Angela Brown, 25-year house cleaning expert and founder of Savvy Cleaner Training for House Cleaners and Maids.

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The House Cleaning Guru: – DIY Cleaning Tips for non-professionals (Free Tips)

The House Cleaning Guru is a blog and YouTube series by Angela Brown. Here she answers questions for the DIY Cleaning crowd. If you have cleaning questions and need advice – you’ve come to the right place.

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The Magic Marketing Mix: Grow Your Cleaning Business

Here you will learn all about social media. We’ll show you how to build out your company website, and how to optimize it for SEO. We offer insider secrets on content marketing. And we have an in-depth study of the best advertising to grow your cleaning business.

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The Inner Circle: Private Facebook Group

Angela moderates a  Private Facebook Group for Professional House Cleaners as a place where you can ask questions, vent, troubleshoot and network with other housekeepers and maids.  None of your clients, friends, or family will see the posts.

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“How fun to see how “International” we are!!!! What a lesson for the world “Whether we made the mess or not – Let’s clean it up TOGETHER!!!”, right??? You will find the most generous; non-competitive bunch of folks EVER on this site. There’s NO problem or issue you’ll come across that someone hasn’t seen. You’ll get a variety of suggestions, and you can go for the one that works for you.  Welcome!!!

 – Lori LaBarge Wilkerson

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Why Training Matters:

  1. You have to know what you are doing if you are going to own a cleaning business.
  2. Don’t get sued for damaging somebody’s appliances or floors because you used the wrong detergent. Learn what the right solutions are for various surfaces.
  3. You don’t want to spin your wheels trying to figure out how to grow your cleaning business.
  4. You don’t have to figure it out through trial and error.
  5. Nobody says you have to figure it out by yourself. Please don’t. 
  6. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel.
  7. You don’t have to waste years in search of success.
  8. We’ve paved the road. The wheel exists. It’s on a wagon. The wagon is rolling towards success. All you have to do is hop on, and we’ll give you a ride.
  9. We are here to make your life easy, successful and productive.
    Our motto: Work smart, not hard. Enjoy the benefits.

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What Others Say About Savvy Cleaner Training

My business busted at the seams: Angela’s system helped me get more clients in three months than I’ve been able to get on my own in three years. And I did it without paying a dime in advertising. I’ve been spending on average $20 per lead from HomeAdvisor.com for house cleaning leads, and then there is no guarantee that the leads will convert to sales. It cost me on average $100 per conversion.
With Angela’s system (and I followed it exactly as she instructs) in three weeks I was fully booked, and by the end of three months getting so many referrals, I had to hire two more house cleaners to help me with the extra business flooding in. The “Fast Track to Success” training program is worth EVERY PENNY I’ve ever spent in business!

– Margaret Parnella, Sunshine Cleaners

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Testimonial from Book Fan – How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company

I never do trials or beta testing, and I don’t pay for training: After going through Angela’s book “How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company” and I saw the section on worksheets – I downloaded the free worksheet and edited it with my information. I started using it on my existing house cleaning accounts. My first week of using them I made $300 in tips. I turned around and purchased the entire “Fast Track to Success” program Angela offers because I saw how much money I made from changing one little thing in my business – I can only imagine how much I will make by following the rest of the program.

– Melonie Kent, House Cleaner

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Testimonial from  Company Owner and House Cleaning Trainee

0 to 38 in 30 days: “I’ve been in Corporate America my entire working career and was watching my youth and my dreams vanish due to the daily grind. I was intrigued by Angela Brown’s challenge that I could earn $500 a week working part time hours. I made some changes at the office and kicked back to a part-time schedule at work and gave house cleaning a try also part time, using the “Fast Track to Success” program. My first 30 days went gangbusters – I booked 38 clients (random and regular accounts) that allowed me to quit my full-time job and focus full time on my new house cleaning business.

It was a challenge for a minute changing my mindset from a white collar to a blue collar job – but when I considered I was earning the same money, saving 2 hours a day commuting, no office politics and virtually no stress, I’m proud to say: I own my house cleaning business now, and I’m loving it.

Michelle Wolf, Owner, Wolfs Wicked House Cleaning

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