General Cleaning Issues - Floorcare, car valeting, buying and selling businesses, pricing, staffing, market research, etc.
Posted by leon (leon), 12 January 2004in an earlier post u replyed sayin start of in 1 section and flurish in your opinion which way would be the best to look at. commercial /domestic thx would appreciate any advice from others in here on the best route to take with little funding
i know it is more a case of which suits me but would be nice for a little help from the pro,s thx
Posted by petra (petra), 12 January 2004dommestic work is your bread and butter money, well it is here in kent, WE charge £10 per local, for general daily clean, commercial you need to win the work..that is the hardest bit, apart from retaining, so advertise for both, but the domestic market is easier to get the work.
Posted by Ian_G. (Ian_Gourlay), 12 January 2004Petra,
Could you clarify We charhe £10 per local?
Is that £10 a clean or £10 an hour
Do you supply cars or vans to your cleaners.
or do you pay travel expenses?
Posted by petra (petra), 13 January 2004no £10 per hour, sorry busy week
No do not supply cars..they use their own, but I pay fuel allowance.
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