About the Guide
The commercial cleaning industry has long been known as a highly competitive industry. Many would-be cleaning company owners are attracted to the profession precisely because of the perceived low barriers to entry. After all, anyone can buy cleaning products one day and begin posting ads for their cleaning services the next. The problem, of course, is that this proposition drives customer expectation for low-cost service across the entire cleaning industry.
However, that approach to entering the industry also identifies a clear strategy for competitive differentiation. Companies that seek to command higher prices must first make investments in their own success. Those companies that are able to wisely invest time and money in their own operations can better set their business apart — and improve their chances of long-term success.
Over the next four pages, we’ll identify long-term strategic investments that you can make upfront to help your cleaning company save on operations, overhead, and labor costs.
To learn more about the investments successful cleaning companies make to ensure long-term growth, download our guide.