Should you clean for friends and family? And should you offer a friends and family discount? What do you do when they ask “Can you come clean my space or come clean with me?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says friends and family don’t make good cleaning clients. Her expert cleaning tips say don’t work for family. There’s too much baggage and chaos to do speed cleaning and get on to the next job. And you may never get paid.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House cleaner training and certification.) HouseCleaning360 (List your cleaning or home service business and homeowners can find and hire you.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub where you can find cool cleaning uniforms.) Savvy Perks (an employee benefits program for cleaning business owners and their employees.)
Auditions for house cleaning are not a new thing. Turns out that all cleanings are auditions.
A customer wants to know “When you come clean my space should I mention I’m holding auditions?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru in today’s Ask a House Cleaner says even your job estimate is a showcase. Always put forth your best effort and do your best work.
Don’t audition for the job and once get it, slack off or get lazy. You should try harder to win and keep every job.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (Training and certification for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning stuff.) HouseCleaning360 (connecting homeowners with house cleaners.) And Savvy Perks (Your new employee benefits program for small business owners.
How do you upsell to party hosting from house cleaning? I’ve got a client who wants me to do party hosting for their Passover party and I don’t know how to price hosting. I’m trying to grow my cleaning company and a job like this (if we can get the terms of agreement right) would be a gift.
What pro cleaning tips would you give to a maid upselling party hosting from a clean?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru on today’s Ask a House Cleaner talks party clothes. Tips, gifts, cleaning and being a designated driver.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (Maid Service Training.) Savvy Perks (Employee benefits for small business owners.) HouseCleaning360 (Find an awesome house cleaner.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub of really cool cleaning stuff.)
“Top to Bottom Drag and Drop Spring Cleaning” is a way to upsell your cleaning business during the slow times.
The drag and drop, clean my space, junkyard run with donations, junk metal, and a trash load will pay your bills.
We Ask a House Cleaner how to build my cleaning business? And Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says “Drag and Drop.” It’s like speed cleaning for deep cleaning and involves the removal of junk, waste, clutter, and debris. You remove odds and ends from your client’s attic, crawl space and under the house with a rental van and a team.
Today’s sponsors are HouseCleaning360.com (a hub connecting house cleaners with homeowners.) And Savvy Cleaner Training for house cleaners.
How do you turn one-offs into repeat customers? Every house cleaner and maid service wonders. One-offs can be a great way to grow your cleaning business.
We Ask a House Cleaner tips and cleaning advice during the initial walkthrough to set realistic expectations.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says one-offs come when you massage your database and ask for the sale.
A savvy cleaner will create ongoing customers from a one-time cleaning.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection, HouseCleaning360.com and Savvy Cleaner Training for housekeepers.