Should I charge by the room for house cleaning? Or is it better to charge by the job or by the hour? House Cleaners and Maids want to make sure they are not leaving money on the table when bidding cleaning jobs.
“How much to clean 5 rooms?” Don’t you hate it when homeowners price shop house cleaning? How much to clean 5 rooms? Can you even give a fair price or a cleaning estimate without knowing more details?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says when someone asks “How much to clean 5 rooms?” They are asking for a sales pitch. If you give a cleaning quote sight unseen there’s no price negotiation. The homeowner can’t do a price comparison because they don’t know what you offer.
If you’re a house cleaner or maid, you’re in sales. Start selling.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (Maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (Create your business fan page so customers can find you.) Savvy Perks (A benefits program for house cleaning business owners and their staff.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub of cleaning resources.)
“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?”
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (Training for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub of really cool cleaning stuff.) And HouseCleaning360 (where you can list your business and get leads for cleaning jobs.)